Asafa launches online fitness programme

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Asafa launches online fitness programme

Thursday, November 07, 2019

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Former 100m world record holder and current Guinness record holder for the most sub-10 runs, Asafa Powell, has launched a fitness membership platform to help people around the world take control of their health and fitness goals.

Powell, whose aim was to “create a space that was accessible for persons at all levels of fitness”, said the platform, called Asafa Fit Life, will also provide hands-on guidance on workouts and nutrition.

“Health is our greatest asset,” Powell said in a statement today.

“Having over a decade of dedicated workout and nutrition experience as an athlete I felt it was time to share that,” he added.

The services offered on the website ( include a 12-week fitness plan, nutrition advice, as well as recipes and fitness videos.

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