A leader in fitness

Fitness Leader of the Year Award for trainer Kim Bond.

  • Oct. 25, 2012 3:00 p.m.

The BC Recreation and Parks Association (BCRPA) has presented Surrey resident Kim Bond with the Fitness Leader of the Year Award for her work and dedication as a fitness leader that inspires and motivates the participants in her classes.

BCRPA Chief Executive Officer Suzanne Allard Strutt said Bond’s passion for fitness and her dedication to contributing to the overall health of the province is illustrated through the variety of work she does.

“As a fitness leader and personal trainer, Kim continually provides motivation, inspiration and the proper training to participants of all fitness levels.”

Bond is the owner and group fitness director of Everyday Athletes Inc.

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