Wyndham men are being encouraged to put down the chicken parmigiana and put on some runners with the Sons of the West Men’s Health Program back for another year.
Aimed at improving the physical and mental wellbeing of men in the West and delivered by Wyndham City and the Western Bulldogs Football Club, the program is now in its fourth year.
Wyndham City Mayor, Cr Henry Barlow, said Sons of the West could help men drop the weight they gained over the holidays and start 2017 in a healthy way.
“The Sons of the West program is completely free to take part in and is such a great way for men to kick start their health and fitness goals and make 2017 the starting point of a healthier life,” Cr Barlow said.
“The pre-season program starts in Wyndham on Tuesday 14th February, 2017, lasts for 10 weeks and encourages the participants to focus on their physical health and fitness in the lead up to the main program.”
“While all aspects of men’s health is a focus during the Sons of the West program, the pre-season will provide participants with a great understanding of the importance of including physical exercise into their daily routines.”
“Bookings for the pre-season sessions have been so popular this year that we will be holding them at two locations in Wyndham – the Werribee Masters Football Club in Wyndham Vale and Carranballac College in Point Cook.
“I encourage everyone who wants to make their health a priority this year to give the Sons of the West program a go and see what they can achieve when they have the know-how and support of others.”
The Werribee Masters Football club is located at the Wyndham Vale Reserve, 63 Honour Avenue, Wyndham Vale, and Carranballac College (Boardwalk Campus) is located at Corner of Foxwood Drive & Dunnings Road in Point Cook.
For more information contact Council’s Community Development Team on 9742 0777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.