Sheffield fitness programme a healthy success

Thirteen Sheffield women have come to the end of their 12 week A Hearty Life programme with SHINE Health Academy.

Thirteen Sheffield women have come to the end of their 12 week A Hearty Life programme with SHINE Health Academy.

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A group of Sheffield women are toasting their health after completing a 12-week programme promoting a better lifestyle.

Thirteen women took part in A Hearty Life programme run by Shine Health Academy and sponsored by food chain Subway.

Hazel Whitely who lost over a stone and a half, with Kath Sharman

A group of 13 women in Sheffield have come to the end of their 12 week A Hearty Life programme with SHINE Health Academy thanks to a grant from Heart Research UK and sandwich franchise SUBWAYAE stores. Thirteen women joined Kath Sharman and the team from Shine Health Academy a community-based, not-for-profit limited company based in Sheffield to celebrate, receive awards and share their successes with each other and what they had learnt and done to improve their lifestyles and heart health.
There were plenty of activities to teach the women about their hearts and the impact 

that an unhealthy lifestyle can have from dancing, skipping, sessions on blood pressure, 

cholesterol levels, emotional eating and bingeing.

Hazel Whitely who lost over a stone and a half, with Kath Sharman A group of 13 women in Sheffield have come to the end of their 12 week A Hearty Life programme with SHINE Health Academy thanks to a grant from Heart Research UK and sandwich franchise SUBWAYAE stores. Thirteen women joined Kath Sharman and the team from Shine Health Academy a community-based, not-for-profit limited company based in Sheffield to celebrate, receive awards and share their successes with each other and what they had learnt and done to improve their lifestyles and heart health. There were plenty of activities to teach the women about their hearts and the impact that an unhealthy lifestyle can have from dancing, skipping, sessions on blood pressure, cholesterol levels, emotional eating and bingeing.

Women took part in activities including skipping and dancing and sessions on blood pressure and cholesterol.

 

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