Active Farmers Grenfell is launched

Active Farmers Grenfell launch was a great success. Photo supplied.

Active Farmers Grenfell launch was a great success. Photo supplied.

Local Grenfell personal trainer Kim Broomby and exercise physiologist Brett Causer have had a busy weekend facilitating the launch of Active Farmers at Grenfell.

The launch event held in Grenfell on Saturday June 10 at the Rugby Union Grounds provided local farmers and community members an opportunity to come together and find out what Active Farmers is all about, plus enjoy a delicious breakfast supplied by Grenfell Bring Healthy Back and cooked to perfection by Delta Ag!

Active Farmers General Manager Ginny Stevens, said she was extremely excited with success of the event.

“I couldn't be happier with the efforts of Kim, Brett and everyone who came along, 

“I believe Kim and Brett are going to provide a great service to the Grenfell community and will really make a difference to the physical and mental health of all involved, 

“I encourage the Grenfell community to get involved and support this excellent service, we especially need some more men!” Ginny said.

Active Farmers, a joint venture with Delta Agribusiness, aims to provide a service that helps improve not only physical health, but also mental health and the Grenfell Active Farmers group fitness classes provide an opportunity for farmers and the local community to come together, socialise, work on their fitness and naturally improve their mental health.

Delta Ag’s (Lachlan Fertilizers Rural) Grenfell branch manager, Anthony Dixon said, “We are pleased to support Active Farmers and the health and well being of our clients and members of the community.”

Kim Broomby is looking forward to meeting lots of Grenfell locals.

“I’m looking forward to sharing time each week to build on our physical and mental health"

Brett Causer, founder of Motion as Medicine advised he is happy to partner with Active Farmers for one of their weekly sessions in Grenfell.

“We Hope to encourage more people from the land, particularly our much loved farming men, to begin taking an active approach to their physical and mental health.

For more information about Active Farmers at Grenfell, plus to hear all about Kim and Brett, their services and timetable head to http://www.activefarmers.com.au/grenfell/

For more information, please contact:

Ginny Stevens on 0439 343 925 or Ginny@activefarmers.com.au

Kim Broomby on 0427 472 152 or Brett Causer on 0419 670 623

I’m looking forward to sharing time each week [with participants] to build on our physical and mental health

Kim Broomby - Active Farmers Personal Trainer