Small Steps to Big Changes!
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Join Sherri Sarrouf, owner of SLS Fitness Center, to learn how to make lifestyle changes stick, common misconceptions, and how the media can be confusing when it comes to diet and fitness. Learn the difference between fat loss, weight loss and how to focus on training smarter, not longer.
Sherri will cut through all of the hype and media confusion. You learn quick and effective tips for your exercise and diet needs!
This event is complimentary!!
Sherri Laffey Sarrouf, the owner of SLS Fitness Strength and Conditioning Center in Lowell, Ma. Since that time SLS Fitness has expanded to three locations and its main facility has grown from 7,500 to 18,000 square feet which includes Group Fitness training areas, Boxing, MMA, Yoga and Metabolic Strength and Conditioning, Team Athletic Based training, Physical Therapy specialists, Chiropractic services, raw juicing and organic protein shakes, food and holistic supplements. Ms. Sarrouf pioneered the concept of ‘class based’ functional movement. When SLS opened in 2010 the concept of having a coach in a group setting was a totally new to the fitness industry. The establishment of a intensive ‘30 minute’ workout coupled with the tenacity to hire the best certified and educated coaches has made SLS a top strength and conditioning facility in New England.
Ms. Sarrouf partners with Lowell General Hospital to be their public educator offering seminars on the importance of fitness.
Sherri Sarrouf is also the founder of the Fitness For a Cure fundraiser to benefit ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis TN. Fitness For a Cure has raised 4.6 million dollars for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital since its inception 19 years ago. What began as a $5,000 event in 1999 has grown to a $547,000 annual event supported by a committee of 100+ volunteers and the Lowell community. She has traveled throughout New England speaking to numerous groups, businesses and schools on behalf of St. Jude and was a 2016 finalist nominee for the prestigious Enterprise Bank Philanthropic Award for her work and dedication for St. Jude.
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