A Hull wellness coach has teamed up with a former professional rugby league player to bring a unique fitness experience to the city.
The 24Fit Challenge – being led by Nikki Blowers and Pete Fox – is designed to not only improves fitness levels, but it increases the metabolism, and, in turn, burns fat.
The free classes, which are being held at Wolfreton Lower School, in Willerby, are run in four week programmes and comprise of eight physical training classes, two Xtreme fitness challenges, fitness evaluation and coaching.
Nikki, who is also Herbalife consultant, said: “The 24Fit Challenge will appeal to a lot of people, both men and women alike. We’ve got just under 50 signed up for the first block and are now taking bookings for January.
“There are three strands to 24Fit; namely good nutrition, an exercise programme and body composition testing.
“I’ve been heavily involved in the wellness industry for a number of years now, and, joining forces with Pete to launch 24Fit marks an exciting new chapter for me.
“Pete was a professional rugby league player and health and fitness has, and continues to be, a way of life for him. Our areas of expertise are complementary and offer class goers a complete fitness package.”
In addition to launching the 24Fit Challenge, the pair will be offering their advice and services at a ladies only evening being held at Priory Park Mercedes Benz dealership, on Thursday, where Pete will be giving a 15-minute demonstration.