Members of the Oak Dry Lining team based at the White City Living project in West London, have been taking part in a corporate team training challenge organised by St James for the Key4Life charity.
James Ho, Luke Duncan, Lee Gregory and Sam Milton (pictured) from Oak are completing various training sessions every day for 2 weeks as part of the F45 challenge. A donation will be made to Key4Life for our team’s participation in the F45 training challenge.
F45 Training is a global fitness community specializing in innovative, high-intensity group workouts that are fast, fun and proven to get rapid results for members.
For more information on F45 Training visit: https://f45training.com/
Key4Life is a British charity launched in 2013 to help reduce youth re-offending through the delivery of an innovative rehabilitation programme to those in prison and those at risk of going to prison. The charity is supported by Sir Bob Geldof, England Rugby Union players Anthony Watson and Jonathan Joseph, Travel writer/TV presenter Charlie Boorman and Jordan Stephens of the Rizzle Kicks. Since the charity started, 14% of those who have been through the Key4Life programme have re-offended, compared to the national re-offending rate of 64% in the year post release.
For more information on the Key4Life charity or to make a donation visit: http://www.key4life.org.uk/