Now is the Time to Lean Up
Free 8-Week Wellness Program for Area Residents
Now is the time to take advantage of a great opportunity to change your life and get healthier. It is time to Lean Up!
“Lean Up” is designed by fitness professionals for people who have had a lifelong struggle to be fit and healthy. This is a life-changing program for those who need it most.
Those individuals selected for the 8-week fitness program will participate in a small group boot camp three days a week, meet with a personal trainer once a week, attend a nutrition and motivational group meeting, and enjoy other fitness activities at one of 10 participating sports clubs. In addition, “Lean Up” team members receive a membership at their host club. From September 12 through November 4, 2016 selected participants will enjoy free, unlimited access to the club and all its amenities.
At www.LeanUp.net you can read first person accounts about how this program has inspired past participants to change their lives.
All area residents are welcome to apply. Selected applicants will offer their most compelling reasons for wanting to dedicate themselves to this life-changing commitment. Those deserving participants will receive the program absolutely free. Anyone 13 and over is welcome to apply, although individuals under 18 must obtain parental consent. All selected participants must receive medical clearance from their health care provider.
Applications are available for Lean Up 2016. This free wellness program, now in its 8th season, is for area residents seeking to get healthier and more fit. The program, which begins September 12, 2016, is open for all to apply, but limited to 225 participants.
Applications are available online at www.LeanUp.net or at participating Spare Time Clubs. The deadline to apply is August 31, 2016. So come on people -- Let's get lean!
Apply on-line at www.LeanUp.net and at the following area locations: Gold River Racquet Club in Gold River, Rio del Oro Racquet Club or Natomas Racquet Club in Sacramento, or Johnson Ranch Racquet Club in Roseville. Look for other locations for your area.
Spare Time Clubs owns and operates 13 multi-purpose sports clubs located in the Greater Sacramento Metropolitan Area, Lodi and Oakley. Founded in 1973 by William M. Campbell III and his wife Margie, Spare Time Clubs specializes in providing state-of-the-art fitness programming, sports facilities and individual services for every member of the family.