Everybody’s Gym gets behind St Barnabas

Jonny Packard gets on his bike at Sainsbury's. He's pictured with Paul Bryan, Vikki Allen, Kate Wilson and Julie Ward. Photo (NIKKI GRIFFIN) SG070213-444NG
Jonny Packard gets on his bike at Sainsbury's. He's pictured with Paul Bryan, Vikki Allen, Kate Wilson and Julie Ward. Photo (NIKKI GRIFFIN) SG070213-444NG
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Everybody’s Gym has not only been promoting awareness of the importance of fitness and wellbeing but also raising money for a very worthy cause, St Barnabas Hospice.

St Barnabas Hospice is Lincolnshire’s leading independent hospice committed to providing the highest standard of medical and nursing care for patients living with a life threatening illness.

Last year it supported and cared for 2,000 patients and their families across the county.

The hospice offers free care but relies on voluntary donations to ensure it can continue providing these services which is why Everybody’s Gym is donating part of all new membership fees to the charity.

Jonathan Packard from Everybody’s Gym cycled for hours in Sainsbury’s over the last week demonstrating how easy it is to incorporate a little exercise into your everyday lifestyle.

Fitness instructors from Everybody’s Gym were on hand to provide advice and guidance on how to improve your fitness with the offer of a FREE consultation to improve your wellbeing.

Everybody’s Gym prides itself on welcoming all ages, shapes and sizes, and no matter what your fitness level is the staff strongly believe that they can help you achieve a level of fitness that will not only make you feel better but will bring long term benefits in reducing the risk of weight related diseases such as diabetes and heart disease.

The team from Everybody’s Gym were on hand at the supermarket to give help and advice on how to get moving and improve your health but if you missed them at Sainsbury’s, why not pop along to Everybody’s Gym at 1 Bedford Place, Spalding, PE11 1AZ, or call 01775 522012 to book in for a free consultation?