On the 23rd Of February students arrived at Orange International College in Melbourne, they gathered into to the Sydney room to attend the Fitness First Workshop: A walk-in event hosted by Fitness First on Collin Street. Students were eager to find out their body composition, body Information to find out their body fat and muscles mass, and personal trainer advice to help them improve and achieve their personal health and fitness goals.
Students were first welcome by the Fitness First speakers and personal trainers: Hayley, Ed and Ed. Ed the main presenter is a gridiron coach and college athlete, currently coaching Melbourne University Royals & Colts gridiron team, thus having great insight and experience in fitness training others. He provided information to the students about the benefits of exercise, effecting overall academic performance, health & happiness.
Fitness First also brought with them an automatic, precise height measurement machine and Inbody scanner to scan and analyze the students body composition, usually a Fitness First service valued at $40 per person. Students one at a time hopped on the height measurement machine, when given their height they hopped on the In-body scanner to enter their details: heights and age to take a 60 second body analysis. After the analysis was taken, their body information was printed on to paper.
Afterwards all students had the chance to talk one on one with a personal trainer. Taking into account their results of their body scan, current Lifestyle, health condition, and current exercise preference for the personal trainers to interpret and give each student tips and advice on exercise and healthy eating needed to achieve their personal fitness goal.
Fitness First wrapped up, offering an exclusive 20% off student gym memberships, only for the month of February (Offer still available at Fitness First on Collin St, present your OIC student card. Ends 28th of February). A couple of were well interested to get their health on track and signing up with Fitness First, getting a great deal.
All in all students enjoyed the workshop, amazed with their body analysis information and taking home valuable information to help improve their overall fitness and health.