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Mansfield Fit Camp Offers Free Community Exercises

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  Original Published: 7/19/2014

Ocie Hill Neighborhood Center played host to Mansfield Fit Camp, a free community exercise group that holds meetings at both Ocie Hill and Malabar Middle School's Mehock Field. 

Jessica Luttrell, founder of Mansfield Fit Club, explained its purpose.

"It brings people together in a healthy, positive way," Luttrell said. "We have no negativity. No negative words. We don't like 'I can't', 'I'm fat', We don't allow any words like that because this is about empowering people. It's about making people feel important, needed, positive, and just happy."

Exercises include lunges, sprints, bear crawls, jumps, and more. The group meets every Saturday morning at 9 AM, and on Monday nights at 6 PM. 

   
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