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Marshall The Troops - Body Turns 10

Marshall The Troops - Body Turns 10

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When:

  • Thu 18 May, 12:00pm

Where:

Sylvia Park Shopping Centre, 286 Mt Wellington Highway, Mt Wellington Show map

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

Website:

Cotton On Body

This May, Cotton On Body will bring the latest health and wellness craze to women around the globe, with the Body x Fitness Marshall tour making seven stops across four countries, to celebrate the brand’s tenth birthday.

Hailing from Philadelphia, USA, the Fitness Marshall (aka Caleb Marshall) has gained global attention and his dance workouts, choreographed to the hottest songs, have received 120 million YouTube views.

From May 18 - 31, the Body x Fitness Marshall Collaboration will travel the world, delivering outrageously energetic (and sweaty), free public shows in South Africa, Singapore, New Zealand and in Australia.

Each show will include an hour of cardio dance workout to the latest pop music that will be a whole lot of fun, while suitable for everyone, no matter their fitness levels or previous dance experience.

Cotton On Body and the Fitness Marshall share a common goal of empowering women to love themselves, just the way they are, with Marshall claiming that dance has a way of unlocking inner confidence and helping people find their most powerful self.

Customers can register to attend the cardio dance party in their city at the website from Monday 8 May, until sold out. Attendance is free but places are limited.

In another Fitness Marshall first, Body will offer one lucky, would-be dancer, the chance to star in an official Fitness Marshall video simply by visiting Body’s Facebook page and uploading an audition clip from Wednesday 26 April.

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