Exercise opportunities were limited during the lockdown, but a Nanaimo sports performance centre found a way to get people moving and also make a difference for charity.
Prime Sport Performance and Therapy recently presented $3,000 to Loaves and Fishes Community Food Bank.
According to a press release from Prime, during the early stages of the pandemic, the fitness centre created a mobile app with a five-week training plan that people could do at home without any equipment. The program cost was by donation, minimum $20, with all proceeds going to Loaves and Fishes.
— Nanaimo Bulletin (@NanaimoBulletin) August 11, 2020