Watsonville Police Activities League Helps Kids Stay in Shape

Kids and parents are learning to live healthy lifestyles.

Contributed by the Watsonville Police Department:

The Watsonville Police Activities League (PAL) has partnered with Frontline Personal Training to provide Watsonville PAL youth ages 11-18 an opportunity to get fit. All instructors at Frontline Personal Training have volunteered their time to give back to the youth in the Watsonville PAL program.

Watsonville PAL held a 6-week program that provided youth a structured training session which emphasized health, fitness and an opportunity to build relationships with positive mentors. The team of instructors provided a platform for youth to enjoy getting fit through this six-week program.

Over the course of the program, Watsonville PAL served 28 kids. All the children that participated were recognized at a closing ceremony on Thursday, March 14. During this ceremony, Frontline Personal Training presented participants' parents with Gold’s Gym passes to enjoy getting fit themselves.

Watsonville PAL and Frontline Personal Training will be starting a second session on April 2. Anyone interested in joining the program can call Watsonville PAL at 831-763-4146 to register. Space is limited.

For more information on Frontline Personal Training check out: www.frontlinepersonaltraining.com.

randy March 24, 2013 at 03:38 PM
Great job PAL and Frontline personal training. And SUPER job participants. Very proud of all


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