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Sweaty Saturday - FREE Workout in the Park
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Date: May 10, 2014
Time: 9:45 am - 11:00 am

Location: Show map
Stumptown Park
120 South Trade Street
Matthews, NC 28105

Contact: Monica Young
Phone: 704-614-2555
Email: info@getfitwithmoyo.com
Site: http://www.getfitwithmoyo.com/#!events/c6k0\

Sweaty Saturday - FREE Workout In The Park

9:45 am - Meet The Trainer / Q&A
10:00 am - Total Body Workout
*All levels & abilities are encouraged to participate*
Sweaty Saturdays are FREE Total Body workouts, offered the 2nd Saturday of each month. Everyone in the community age 12+ that is interested in a fun workout is invited. Kick your weekend off right, have fun, be surrounded by great people, and burn tons of calories!

What to Wear: A smile, workout clothes & supportive shoes. We recommend wearing layers! What to Bring: Great enthusiasm, a water bottle, a towel/mat for ground work, AND your friends and family.

For more information or to Reserve your spot: http://www.getfitwithmoyo.com/#!events/c6k0 or 704-614-2555




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