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FRIENDS Health & Fitness is urging people to take time out of their busy schedules to look after themselves.

“If you are not healthy and happy in yourself, then you’re not really giving your family 100 per cent. Make a commitment to look after yourself in 2017,” Friends Health & Fitness centre manager Belinda Lewis said.

Friends Health & Fitness offers a number of programs and facilities to suit all ages and fitness levels, including personal training, small group training, classes, a fully equipped gym, cardio equipment, tennis courts, a 25-metre indoor pool, and a large spa and steam room.

Older adults are also catered for with classes that focus on functional movement skills and strength training.

“We have a range of membership options from short-term to long-term, with payment offered on a weekly basis through direct debit,” Mrs Lewis said.

“Casual visitors are also welcome, and child care is available to members during the week, from 9-11.30am, at no cost.”

Mrs Lewis said tennis was proving to be a popular activity among families but encouraged participants to book ahead to avoid disappointment.

“Swimming is also a favourite on the weekends and parking is easy, so you don’t have to worry about crowding,” she said.

Friends Health & Fitness has recently introduced a small group training program to its schedule.

“There are so many benefits to exercising with a group – it helps to increase motivation, builds commitment and it’s fun,” Mrs Lewis said.

“It’s also a great way to share the cost of personal training.

“For people who would prefer to work out alone, gym instructors are available to teach you how to use the equipment and develop a personal training program.

“We will help you achieve your goals and the workouts will be personalised to your needs.”

For more information, phone Friends Health & Fitness on 6210 2241.

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