St Mary's Centre
By David Lindsey - 10th April 2018 11:00am
Haddenham Tyrefighters Weight Loss Group is still going strong and is soon to enter its 5th year.
The Tyrefighters group meets at the Medical Centre on the Saturday mornings when the building is open anyway, usually twice a month. Group leader David Lindsey lectures on different aspects of weight loss and the meetings start at 9.00am and finish at about 10.00am.
Membership is entirely free of charge and there is absolutely no obligation.
You may decide to go for a slow but steady weight loss if you just want to lose a few pounds, or for the turbo-charged option if you have a definite amount you wish to lose by a target date such as a wedding, or indeed a combination of the two -- it's up to you.
The system is very successful and gimmick-free. It doesn't dish out recipes containing things you've never heard of, it merely shows how simple changes to your lifestyle can bring about very satisfying changes to your weight and level of fitness.
In order to help you achieve your goal it uses two "secret weapons". The first is a nine-inch plate and the other is an easily- learnt technique of mental imaging which can be of great assistance in getting the pounds off.
Why not come along and meet our very friendly group? You will be made most welcome and future meeting dates are always published on this website.
For those who rely on old school print media for their sources of information, Tyrefighter dates can usually be found in Go Local magazine and the Haddenham section of the Bucks Herald.
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