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Snap Fitness in Pinchbeck kicks off May fitness challenges as part of Mental Health Awareness Week



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A 24-hour gym has kicked off a month-long series of activities as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.

Snap Fitness, which opened at Wardentree Lane in Pinchbeck late last year, held an all-day event on Tuesday to get the fun under way.

Members are being asked to donate £5 to take part in a number of challenges throughout May. These involve completing a 2000 metre row, a 20km cycle and a 5km run.

Assistant manager Rob Harris takes part in a weightlifting challenge
Assistant manager Rob Harris takes part in a weightlifting challenge

A new strength challenge has been added too - Snap Fitness assistant manager Rob Harris is pictured above giving it a go.

The male and female competitors who record the best times and results will be rewarded with free membership for one month.

Manager Ruby Parvez said: “Members have loved getting involved.”

Ben Lilley in action
Ben Lilley in action

The Pinchbeck gym is one branch of a national club, which is aiming to raise £50,000 for the Mental Health Foundation throughout the rest of this month.

Ellie Forster at Snap Fitness
Ellie Forster at Snap Fitness
Rob Harris shows his strength
Rob Harris shows his strength
Snap Fitness opened in Pinchbeck late last year
Snap Fitness opened in Pinchbeck late last year
Ben Lilley rows to success
Ben Lilley rows to success
Striding towards better mental health
Striding towards better mental health
A month of challenge days at Snap Fitness to raise mental health awareness
A month of challenge days at Snap Fitness to raise mental health awareness


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