Win a workout with Sally Fitzgibbons

20th April 2017

General News

After surfing the Ripcurl Pro, one of Australia’s most iconic surfing competitions at Bells Beach over Easter, Aussie pro-surfer Sally Fitzgibbons will head to Geelong to share her new All Australian Beach Body workouts with locals at a special live event.

As a massive Geelong Cats fan, Sally has chosen their home ground, Kardinia Park, as the location to unveil her surfing-inspired workouts in Geelong on the evening of Thursday April 27 – and we have three double passes to give away including access to the event, a goodie bag consisting of organic health products and seven days free access to Sally's All Australian Beach Body app. They’re valued at $40 per double.

The AABB Live workout will involve a warm-up session followed by a 45-minute workout mixing strength, functional and cardio exercises suitable for men and women of all ages and fitness levels. To find out more about the event head to All Australian Beach Body

If you’d like to enter our competition to win a double pass, email your name and phone number to by 11am EST on Monday 24th April.

Winners annouced via email on Monday 24th April at 5pm EST.

Terms and Conditions: Competition closes 11am EST on Monday 24th April, 2017. Winners will be randonly drawn at 3pm on Monday 24th April 2017 at Henley Properties, 395 Ferntree Gully Road, Mount Waverley 3149. 3 x double passes to win. Each prize includes 2 x general admission tickets to workout with Sally, 2 x goodie bags consisting of organic health products and seven days free access to her All Australian Beach Body app, each prize valued at $40. Winners will be notified by email by 5pm Monday 24th April, 2017.

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