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Switch back to exercise

“We want to get children and families moving again in a fun way!”
Stacey Holland

AS A FITNESS guru, Stacey Holland understands the importance of keeping fit and healthy, particularly during a pandemic.

“Covid-19 has helped us all realise the benefits and privilege of being healthy and keeping fit,” Holland told the Saturday Star.

“It enhances the functioning of our immune system and boosts our mental health and functioning. It’s an activity that fosters both relationship-building and self-awareness.”

Holland, a TV presenter and health

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