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TRY FUN CIRCUIT TRAINING WITH FIT4FC

By Matt Holden | 11/04/2014

Do you want to lose weight, improve your fitness and meet your exercise goals in a fun and professional environment? Give FIT4FC’s circuit training a try tomorrow!

The first personal training programme to be launched by a Super League club, FIT4FC is open to people of all fitness levels and is run by former Hull half back Anthony Thackeray, now plying his trade at Dewsbury.

Fitness circuit sessions are held twice a week at the Bonus Youth Performance and Community on Pickering Road every Tuesday evening from 6.15pm and Saturday morning from 9am.

They are priced at £4 per session or £30 for ten consecutive sessions. For more information, please email anthony.thackeray@hullfc.com or Tweet @thacks7
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BUY YOUR AWAY SHIRT AND 2015 PASS FROM A LEGEND

21/11/2014
Following the launch of the new 2015 away shirt, supporters will have the unique chance to purchase their jersey and season pass from a club legend or current Airlie Birds star in stores tomorrow.

PRESCOTT FAMILY PROUD OF 2015 AWAY SHIRT

21/11/2014
Having officially launched the 2015 away shirt, Steve Prescott's wife Linzi and sons Taylor and Koby express how proud they are to have his Foundation take pride of place on the new jersey.

PRESCOTT INSPIRED AWAY SHIRT UNVEILED FOR 2015

21/11/2014
Hull FC will proudly display the name of the late Steve Prescott MBE throughout next year after unveiling their brand new away shirt for their 150th anniversary season.
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