SHERMAN, Tex -- Many people have taken up a "health" kick to get into shape, which will help them look and feel better.
AnyTime Fitness in Sherman will be hosting several seminars to help people with specific questions and goals related to fitness.
To commemorate their first year in Sherman, AnyTime Fitness will be holding two health and wellness seminars. One will be Thursday, April 17th, and the other will be the following Thursday, April 24th. The first will be for women only and will feature women's fitness guru Danny Russo. He has been all over TV and has been linked to celebrity fitness. Our second seminar will be for any parent wondering what they can do to help their children lead a healthy lifestyle, and keep them off the path to childhood obesity. Both will be free of charge and open to the public. You do not have to be a member of the gym to participate.
Call (903) 892-4000 for more information.
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