Cambridgeshire charity Steel Bones is looking for amputees to join fast growing fitness club

PUBLISHED: 10:31 20 December 2017 | UPDATED: 10:31 20 December 2017

Cambridgeshire based charity Steel Bones is appealing to all amputees across the East Anglia region to join their fast growing Fitness Club.

Cambridgeshire based charity Steel Bones is appealing to all amputees across the East Anglia region to join their fast growing Fitness Club.

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Cambridgeshire based charity Steel Bones is appealing to all amputees across the East Anglia region to join their fast growing Fitness Club.

The fitness programme launched on September 27, takes place every Wednesday from 7-8pm at Inspire Fitness Gym, Mildenhall.

Every week the club addresses nutritional education, healthy lifestyle essentials plus a simple functional exercise programme appropriate for each participant.

Marc Pitman, a member of the Steel Bones Fitness Club, said: “As an amputee, I am interested in keeping healthy and fit.

“For years I have searched for a fitness club that could support my needs but I couldn’t find one that catered for people like me, with a disability.

“I then discovered the Steel Bones Fitness Club where other amputees are being coached by Steve Morley, an instructor with experience working specifically with special populations.”

The first session is free, and the following 5 sessions will be charged at £15.00 per person, covering all costs.

To book a place at the Steel Bones Fitness Club, email hello@steelbone.co.uk or call 07809 244895.

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