A report by the health charity Nuffield Health found the average waist measurement for women is almost 5cm larger than the recommended healthy size of less than 80cm. Researchers says it could lead to higher risk of cancer, diabetes and fertility problems.The report says that:
57% of women have a larger than healthy waist size 52.5% have a body mass index that exceeds the healthy rangeWomen in the north of England have the largest waists, averaging 87cm
Cheerobics® - in partnership with Russell Athletic, wants to extend a challenge to kickstart a healthier 2013: try the Cheerobics® 6 Week Challenge and in return, we will give you a free book and a free hoodie!
1) Take a picture of yourself in some workout clothes that can show us your starting point (we don't need to see the face if you don't want to). Take note of your bust, hips and waist measurement.
3) Attend a Cheerobics® class or do the DVD twice a week (or one of each) - and follow the guidelines of Be Fit, Be Happy: The Keynotes. Do this for 6 weeks
4) Take a picture yourself in the same clothes as the first photo, and take note of your new measurements.
5) Send us your before and after pictures with a short testimonial and your before / after measurements. Email all this to email@example.com along with your postal address to where we can send your Russell Athletic Hoodie.