Wellness coach Sharon Collins has thrown down another challenge.
Wellness coach Sharon Collins has thrown down another challenge. Contributed

Lose weight and win cash

IF you’ve been looking for that little bit of motivation to get fit and healthy, wellness coach Sharon Collins may have what you are after.

After the success and amazing response to her last weight loss challenge, she has decided to hold another one, and the biggest loser won’t only win by achieving their weight loss goals, but will receive a cash prize as well.

Sharon said the fantastic results had left a wonderful feeling, and the community support group had been a great inspiration for challengers.

She said the Gympie region was “shrinking”, with the last challenge’s winner losing 19 kilograms in 10 weeks.

“Gympie and surrounding areas are well on their way to looking and feeling amazing,” she said.

“It is the ongoing support, education and advice that really make a difference to people achieving their weight loss goals.

“The winner of the last challenge walked away 19kg lighter in just 10 weeks. How incredible is that? In total, the group lost well over 100kg.”

Sharon said running a challenge was a great experience, as she had met some remarkable people with great personalities.

“Not only do you get to lose weight and look good but you also get to feel great as well,” she said of the program.

Inquiries and bookings contact Sharon on 5485 2320 or email her at sharon.communitywlc@gmail.com.

Cost $35 for six weeks. The money goes towards running the event and prize money for the winner.

Gympie Times


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