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Keeping fit with mFitness

Salaseini Moceiwai
Thursday, September 04, 2014

THE Vodafone mFitness team is visiting rugby clubs around Vanua Levu to instill into the minds of players the importance of keeping fit and healthy.

Last week, a group of fitness trainers underwent a training program to help them impart their knowledge to the community.

The training of trainers by Vodafone's mFitness co-ordinator Jekesoni Yanuyanudrua at the Northern Fitness Centre was aimed at ensuring proper exercise, diet and usage of gym equipment.

Vodafone Fiji Foundation executive Ambalika Kutty said the mFitness program aspired to bring about holistic difference in those who did training and wanted to see maximum difference in their physique and wellness.

"Jekesoni Yanuyanudrua, the Body Building's Mr Junior South Pacific, Mr Junior Fiji and youngest Mr Suva who holds 13 medals, shared with the gym boys the need to stay away from salt, sugar and oil," she said.

"He trained them on proper chest, squat, leg press, biceps, back, thighs and shoulders. He also emphasised on ways to focus on a particular part of the body for correct muscle building which provides for strength to move onto the next level.

"The main aim of Vodafone mFitness is to get people motivated," he said.

Mr Yanuyanudrua can be reached on free dial *797#.








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