Chiswick Fitness Company Organises First "Chocolate Amnesty"

Urban Vitality combines reducing your waistline with helping the homeless

The Chocolate Amnesty Bootcamp session will take place on Sat January 4th at 0903 – 1030 at Turnham Green, Chiswick.
Participation is free, as long as you donate some Chocolate! The session is fun, interactive and suitable for all levels of ability.
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Chiswick Fitness Company organizes first Chocolate Amnesty” Chiswick Personal Training company, Urban Vitality, are looking to help Chiswick residents burn off the Christmas excess AND help the homeless, with Chiswick’s very first “Chocolate Amnesty” on Saturday 4th January.

The “Chocolate Amnesty” was organised by Personal Trainer John Limpus, who’s company, Urban Vitality, will offer a FREE Bootcamp exercise session in exchange for your leftover Christmas chocolates! The Chocolate will then be given to Emmaus House (A West London based homeless charity), in order to help them liven up their desserts and give people living on the streets a treat!

The more you give the better!

John Limpus said, “Whilst we all have good intentions in January, sometimes that leftover chocolate can hang around the house and make things a little harder! The strategy of having a “Sugar Clearout” can drastically reduce the amount of will power you need to succeed and can make a real impact to the morale of those less fortunate during winter.”

The session is suitable for all abilities and designed to make exercise feel fun, interesting and show fast results. Sessions are just 45 minutes long and are part of a month long Bootcamp Program designed to help you drop a clothes size in as little as 21 days.

Ian Breen, organiser at Homeless Shelter Emmaus House said; ‘We are grateful for any help we can get and the chocolate will make a welcome addition to the desserts we provide.

“This time of year can be really hard for people who are living on the streets, and chocolate can really lift spirits when it is cold. We survive solely on donations, so the food will be put to great use.”


December 18, 2013