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YMCA Helping Invercargill fight Diabetes

Wednesday, March 15, 2017 | Ruby Spinks reports: With one in four New Zealanders being diabetic or having pre-diabetes.The YMCA is rolling out a programme to help people prevent and manage the disease, and registration is now open for the Invercargill group.

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Jumpstart goes National in 2017

Happy New Year!
We have some exciting news!
Following the successful pilot programmes in 2013. In 2017, Jumpstart Is proud to be expanding...

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Jumpstart Wins at NZ Exercise Industry Awards

We are very pleased and proud to be able to share the exciting news from the NZ Exercise Industry Awards, on the weekend. 

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Josephine Lio Listing

Meet Josephine

What started out as being a friendly support, resulted in her joining the Jumpstart programme...

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Joanne Currey Listing

Meet Joanne

At the end of 2014, Joanne Currey received life-changing news. She had been diagnosed with diabetes, and told she was a “walking time bomb”.

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Iona Liddell Listing

Meet Iona

The day after Iona Liddell had a heart attack, she was diagnosed with diabetes. It came to her as a huge shock.

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Tina Devi Listing

Meet Tina

Feeling unhealthy and unhappy with how she was living, Tina Devi knew it was time to make a change. Read her inspiring story.

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Meet Steve

Steve's advice for other’s, "Starting exercise is the hardest part and needs the most motivation. Start at a light intensity to build a strong foundation".

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Meet Jason

Watch how Jumpstart helped change Jason's attitude towards his health with type 2 diabetes.

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Chris Kanuta

Western Leader: Chris Kanuta has shed 60kg with aqua aerobics

Chris Kanuta is inspiring others to do aqua aerobics after losing 60 kilograms!

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