What We're Supporting

you cant outrun a bad diet

Thanks to a joint initiative with LAFM and Nutrition for Life, we are helping you and Fairsy with our new campaign “You can’t outrun a bad diet”.

Over the next few weeks, you along with the LAFM staff will have the opportunity to participate in an interactive on-air campaign with Rob Fairs and the Nutrition for Life team to demonstrate and promote good health and nutrition within the wider community.

Simply register your details below to participate. Registrations will be open from Tuesday 13th June 2017 until Friday 7th July.

On Thursday 20th July, Fairsy will announce the selected participants for the campaign!

The campaign will be active for six weeks from Monday 24th July until Friday 1st September.

The program will incorporate progress reports, activities, healthy eating plans and interactive sessions which may involve exercise activities. For the finale event there will be a one hour health talk by nutritionist Danielle and her guest speaker. Other participation programs will also be on offer.

If you feel making a change simply register your details below.

Make sure you consult your doctor/physician before taking part particularly if you have any underlying medical conditions or concerns.

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Terms and conditions
By registering you have agreed that you are fit an able to participate and been cleared by a qualified medical professional.
LAFM take no responsibility for injury in both physical or mental capacity.
LAFM does not endorse this campaign as the only singular method of staying fit and healthy.
LAFM takes no responsibility for the outcome of weight loss of this campaign but rather the focus is to encourage a community engagement whilst being aware of some methods that may assist in health and fitness.

 

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