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Kick start health goals with Be Active Be Alive 2020

Be Active Be Alive 2020 is about to begin in the Bundaberg Region.
Be Active Be Alive 2020 is about to begin in the Bundaberg Region.

If you need an excuse to work on your health and fitness, Bundaberg Regional Council's free Be Active Be Alive program is about to begin.

Starting from Monday, 3 February the Be Active Be Alive Program will deliver 160 free fitness activities undertaken in local pools and parks across the region.

Zumba teacher Bec Grotherr is part of the 2020 program and said Be Active Be Alive was a great opportunity for people to try something different.

“I have been an instructor for nearly four years and have been teaching in Bundaberg for two,” she said.

“Zumba is a Latin-based dance program but it is so much more than that.

“It is fantastic because it is a great work out, it is fun, it's really good for fitness and is a great way to meet new people.”

To view the full Be Active Be Alive Program click here.

Information will also be available at Council Service Centres, BRC website, libraries and pools and distributed through key networks.

No prior registration required, just turn up and sign on for the free activity.

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