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Community Trust to launch 'Fit Hatters' health programme

Free 12-week health programme at The Kenny...

8 September 2020

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Next week the Hatters Trust are launching our second FREE 12 week health programme called 'FIT HATTERS' for supporters and the wider community who are looking to lead a more active life.

Fit Hatters is a free health programme for men and women aged 35-65 who are looking to lose weight, get fitter and improve eating habits.

The 12-week programme is delivered by coaching staff from the Hatters Trust at the stadium. You will meet Hatters fans just like you, who want to lose weight.

You’ll go behind the scenes at the club, learn about healthy eating and take part in an exercise programme, but don’t worry, people often say with FIT FANS they are too busy having fun to realise that they are exercising!

The main aims of the programme are to:

  • Improve your eating habits
  • Cut down on alcohol
  • Increase your activity levels – one step at a time!
  • Reduce your weight and waistline
  • Support each other to stay on track

Fit Hatters is a 12-week structured programme comprised of 45 minutes in the classroom and 45 minutes of activity sessions once a week, designed to create a long-term behaviour change to support more inactive people over the age of 35. The programme will show participants how to eat better, be more active and importantly stay that way in the long term. 

Fit Fans has helped 1000s of people – football fans like you – to achieve long-term improvements in weight loss, physical activity, diet and general wellbeing.

Are you aged 35-65 and want to lose weight and make a change? 'FIT HATTERS' is a FREE 12-week programme that will help you make better choices. Get your FREE place on our next course by simply giving James Hatch a call at the community offices on 01582 561 622 or email for further information.

Sessions will take place on Wednesdays starting from 7.00pm 16th September 2020 with inductions all next week at the stadium.

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