Buddy Up program coming to Plymouth

Sept. 13, 2017  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.

Plymouth Michigan News



Plymouth Arts and Recreation Complex (PARC) will host the popular Buddy Up Fitness Challenge this month.

The Buddy Up Fitness Challenge is a life-changing and innovative community health program that has helped hundreds of individuals in Wayne, Westland, and other nearby areas over the past four years, according to organizers.

The smash hit TV show “Biggest Loser” finalist, Buddy Shuh, leads the program and uses his life experiences to help individuals make reasonable, sustainable, and meaningful changes toward achieving a healthy lifestyle.

Participants are assigned teams, led by volunteer “Team Captains” who will mentor, inspire, and support their team-mates to success throughout the program. Research has consistently shown that support from others, “buddying up” can make the difference between success and failure with any fitness plan, organizers noted and com- munity support is the key component to the program.

Participants will meet every Saturday from 8:30 until 9:30 a.m. Sept. 22 through Nov. 11 in the Main Gym at PARC, 650 Church St., in downtown Plymouth, for 30 minutes of exercise and 30 minutes of nutritional education. Various types of workouts, from Strength Training to Yoga will be introduced to participants by certified fitness professionals.

The cost to participants is $50 and includes: five workouts led by professional trainers from Z Spot Fitness a program sponsor; eight weekly meetings providing information about fitness and nutrition along with healthy food samples led by Buddy Shuh; a “warehouse” boot-camp style workout; a before and after physical assessment; support provided by teammates, and led by a captain; a t-shirt; a binder compiling program information and special offers provided by local business and a free week of fitness classes from the Z Spot Fitness.

Online Registration is now available at https://PARC.reg- fox.com/buddy-up plymouth- 2017.

For more information, contact PARC at (734) 474-6792. Plymouth PARC is an IRS recognized 501©3 non-profit organization. Donations to the Plymouth PARC are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

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