Kick Off New Year By Signing Up To A Snowdonia Fitness Challenge.

Kick Off New Year By Signing Up To A Snowdonia Fitness Challenge

Kick off the new year by signing up to a Snowdonia fitness challenge – it gets you focused and routine training will help get you to the end of dry January!

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Fitness Challenges North Wales 2019

Fitness Challenges North Wales 2019

There are lots of fitness challenges in North Wales this year and you’re not too late to get involved. Here is a list of Fitness Challenges North Wales 2019

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Snowdonia Challenge – Set your self a target in North Wales this year

Snowdonia Challenge – Set a target in North Wales this year

Snowdonia Challenge How’s that New Years resolution working out? If running or getting fit was one of yours, here’s an idea, Snowdonia Challenge. Why not enter a race of some kind. Set yourself a target to aim for. Invest in the idea by planning a holiday around the event. It’ll give your family something to look forward to as well. Book the time off work and tell your friends about your plans. That way you’ll be committed and less likely to find an excuse for seeing it through. Here are some options in North Wales for you. Coastal Trail Series – hard – 19th January 2013 You’ll have to be quick for this one as it’s only a couple of weeks away. But if you’re already in training and looking to kick start 2013 with a bang have a look at the Anglsey Coastal Trail Series. The Marathon and Ultra races are naturally only for the…

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