Cloverdale gym fundraising for Workout to Conquer Cancer

Three circuit classes will be offered Saturday morning

Gator’s Gym (#103-17670 65A Avenue) will be hosting a fundraiser for Workout to Conquer Cancer 2016 this Saturday.

The BC Cancer Foundation’s Workout to Conquer Cancer is on April 2 and will feature a “day of upbeat group exercise classes” to raise money for life-saving cancer research.

People wanting to join Workout to Conquer Cancer can either sign up individually or create a team.

Gator’s Gym, which is putting together a team, will be offering three classes on Feb. 20 at 6, 8 and 10 a.m.

One-hundred per cent of the drop-in fees will be going toward raising money for the foundation. There is also a donation box. According to their website, a drop-in is $20.

The classes will be like circuit classes, including one-third of core training, one-third of cardio and one-third of weights with an emphasis on weights.


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