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Want to get your body summer ready? Now's your chance! Sign up for the 2019 Little Elm Mayor's Fitness Challenge!
This annual challenge, started by Mayor David Hillock in 2015 is an intensive six-week program that begins on Monday, March 25 and runs to May 3.
Fitness & Wellness Supervisor Kylie Menocal is excited about this year's event.
"This year's MFC will feature some new programming and features, such as a Golden Hour 5K, Social Nights, and Kids Zumba," Menocal said.
The cost to participate is $25 for individuals and $65 for families. The family rate covers six members residing in the same household. Family memberships require one or two heads of household and other participants must be under 23 years of age.
After registration, participants will undergo a preliminary fitness assessment and are encouraged to join the event's Facebook group for support.
Those participating in the program will set personal goals for weight loss or fitness and will receive weightloss tips, wellness coaching, workout instruction, and nutrition advice. Additionally, participants will receive a 30-minute free personal training session, T-shirt, and swag bag.
Prizes and giveaways are part of the weekly support.
The Mayor's Fitness Challenge will kick off on Saturday, March 23 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Little Elm Recreation Center, 303 Main St.
The family-friendly Kickoff will feature official weigh-ins, refreshments, giveaways, vendors, personal trainers, and fitness demonstrations.
Register online here, in person at the Little Elm Recreation Center, or at the Challenge Kickoff on March 23, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.