We work with each client on an individual basis in a private setting, focusing on achieving long term results through uniquely challenging and constantly varied workouts.
The key to improving fitness is not in simply doing the training, but is in understanding how one is responding and adapting.
We focus on conditioning, body composition and enhanced appearance while avoiding injury and plateaus.
ning then modifying the program to meet individual requirements.
Meaning, we adjusts the programs exercise intensity, volume, resistance, rest, positioning and effort based on the client's natural physiological response.
* addresses social issues affecting black women and their families * offers seminars & workshops * free tutorial program open to all residents of Brampton * Black History Month events * ongoing support and sisterhood * partner in sponsoring the Caribbean Pavilion at CarabramAreas ServedBramptonEligibilityAges: 16 year(s) and up
Membership open to any women who subscribe to the aims and objectives of the Congress.
Fees Membership - $30/yr/person
Free tutorial program Sat, 10 am-12:45 pm, Notre Dame Secondary School (Rm 118 & 119) Grade 1-12 * volunteers will help students with problem subjects, projects, etcMailing AddressPO Box 41522
230 Sandalwood Pkwy E
Brampton, ON L6Z 4R1Office Phone905-789-1551Websitewww.cbwc-ontario.org/brampton.htm
Primary ExecutivePatricia Challenger, President; Phone: 905-793-9908Alternate ExecutiveDonna Thorney; Phone: 416-571-9484Established1989