Khamis, April 23, 2009

Looking good in politics

ALL women want to look good, fit, slim and charming, including those in the tough and rough world of politics.

So what better way is there to bring together women than a keep-fit and charm enhancement programme?

Hence, to bring together members of its Wanita and Puteri wings, the Cheras Puteri Umno division has come out with an exciting programme called the Slim Fit Challenge.

The Slim Fit Challenge is aimed at promoting a healthy lifestyle and combating obesity among members of the Wanita and both Puteri wings.

Sponsored:(From left) Zurainah, Sarina and Ong with some of the products from Dr Nano Lab Cel and Tupperware Brands.

Slim Fit Challenge chairman Zurainah Musa told a press conference last Saturday that Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, the wife of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, will launch the programme on April 27 at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Kuala Lumpur.

According to Zurainah, the programme took off earlier this month and will go on for six months. During the period, the 32 participants will have weekly aerobics sessions at the Cheras Umno building in Jalan Peel.

Also, the participants will go for weekly slimming treatments sponsored by Dr Nano Lab Cel. The slimming programmes are individually scheduled for each participant, taking into consideration each person’s body weight, height and fat percentage.

There is also a thorough cellulite and detox programme, and guidance on food and diet. The six-month programme costs RM12,000 per person.

Two other sponsors for the programme are Tupperware Brands and the Electronic Clinic.

The winner of the challenge will be based on the inches and weight lost as well as the overall look.

Zurainah said the programme was initiated to allow both Wanita and Puteri members to play and work together.

“We were thinking of an interesting and fun event for us to participate in together when we hit on the idea of a weight management and health programme. Considering obesity is an issue in our community now, we felt such a programme would be most appropriate,” she said.

“The programme seemed encouraging, especially when the participants can see before-and-after results of the exercise and slimming regime. Being healthy and slim also add to a woman’s confidence,” Zurainah said.

“We didn’t want just a health talk programme but something practical that allows us to feel and see results,” she said.

Zurainah said after the six-month programme was over, health talks and seminars would be organised as a follow-up to encourage the participants to lead a healthy lifestyle.

Also present at the press conference were Cheras Puteri Umno chief Sarina Sharif, Dr Azizah Ahmad from the Electronic Clinic and Dr Nano Lab Cel advertising and promotions manager Ong Sau Wai.

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