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Left to right: Karen Brady, Nikki Brown,Jo Hall, Debra Geard, Diane Allan, Jo Brooks LADIES ENCOURAGED TO GET JOGGING A


n Abbots Langley mother is encouraging ladies that have never attempted to run to the shop to „get jogging‟ after starting a women


only jogging club. Debra Geard, of Abbots Road, started up UcanJog2 after speaking to


a number of mums at her children‟s school, who were looking to get fit, but didn‟t know where to start. With over 20 years in the fitness industry, Debra decided to start up


the jogging club in the summer after taking time out of work to take on the role of full-time mum. “I started the jogging club in August with a few friends, and it has


grown steadily with nobody dropping out since and with a fantastic success rate. I am very passionate about getting women into jogging as it is a great way to exercise with excellent health benefits” The group now attracts around 30 members over six sessions per


week, with Debra hoping to increase that number further over the coming weeks and months. “As well as aiming this group at women that have never jogged


before, there are also sessions for women who are already jogging but prefer not to jog alone, especially in the dark evenings. “For those starting out the idea is to combine power walking and


jogging, gradually increasing the jogging and lowering the walking” With the winter months ahead of us, Debra wished to encourage those


interested in joining the jogging club to contact her as bad weather does not mean the sessions will not go ahead. Debra holds six sessions over the course of the week and information


as to where and when they take place can be viewed on her website www.ucanjog2.com. You can also contact her by calling 07772 467231 or emailing debra@ucanjog2.com Quote My Abbots News to receive your Free Trial Session.


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