Thu | Jul 19, 2018

A fun and breathtaking FitFest

Published:Wednesday | March 28, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Henry Graham and Cecil Beacon representing the ‘Veterans’ in bodybuilding.
From left: Davina Barrett, women's physique, Christina Gonzalez, womens bikini, strut their stuff on stage.
Sweet Energy Fitness’ Anthony Kepple (left) and Robert Whyte lead the high-energy aerobics segment.
Randy Myers reps for Myers Fitness rep.
‘Veteran’, Andrew Henry, samples tea from Kendel.
Patrons giving their all during the FitFest Fitness Party and Expo.
Sanity, one of the ‘Millennials’ on stage during the FitFest Fitness Party and Expo.
This contestant makes it look easy while competing in the push-up competition.
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Body By Kurt Fitness recently held its inaugural FitFest Fitness Party and Expo in New Kingston under the theme 'Veterans vs Millennials'.

Body By Kurt frontman Kurt Dunn described the high-energy vibes atop the Emancipation Car Park as "fun and breathtaking", as he encouraged fitness enthusiasts to look out for the summer edition to be held on July 28.

With a strong presence from title sponsors Spartan, along with associates Hilyte, Kendel, Fit 4 Life, Ensure, KIG, Vigorton2, FHC, Kool FM, Happy Ice, Western Sports, FLOW, FitnessJunkies, Thia's Juice Bar, Natural Fitness, BCIC Heart Foundation and Jamaica Red Cross, 16 instructors led the large turnout through a series of activities after Dunn guided patrons through the pre-warm-up.

From stick aerobics to Latin, dancehall to yoga, patrons were kept moving throughout the event. Even during the breaks, competitions such as arm-wrestling and push-ups kept the energy high.

Instructors included Sweet Energy Fitness, Mad Andru, Sparticus, Steve Ming, Lipton Lee, Sanity, Grand Master Brian, Karel, Jason, Keith, Oral, Donovan, Myers Fitness, Andro Henry, Endeavours Dancers and Dave.