Don't weight!

PUBLISHED: 18:15 29 May 2008 | UPDATED: 22:00 26 October 2009

Marita keeps you fit

Marita keeps you fit

WEIGHT loss programmes seem to be everywhere at the moment. With the summer sun attempting to force its way through the grey clouds hanging around Times Territory, people are looking to firm up their bodies for their holidays. However, there is one weight

WEIGHT loss programmes seem to be everywhere at the moment.

With the summer sun attempting to force its way through the grey clouds hanging around Times Territory, people are looking to firm up their bodies for their holidays.

However, there is one weight loss plan that assures participants a healthy way to shed the pounds by strictly following the intricate rules.

The System 10 programme run by Watton-at-Stone resident Marita Morrissey outlines a metabolism plan while also assigning the participant an exercise plan.

Marita, who became the only franchisee in England when she bought part of the Irish company last year, had spent over a decade as a fitness instructor.

She claims that at present much of her business is through word of mouth but believes that it is only a matter of time before the programme she has to offer "takes off big time".

The fitness fanatic, from Perrywood Lane, said: "It is a way of keeping healthy and also getting your metabolism realigned.

"With our company, your body type is found out through a questionnaire.

"We combine an exercise and eating plan so that we can get provide each person with a fitness programme that ensures they easily burn off the food they eat.

"I have had a good reaction from people in the area and people seem to want to feel good about themselves."

Marita covers the whole of East Hertfordshire and travels to people's homes to discuss the plan.

She also travels to people's gyms to monitor their progress if required.

To find out more go to www.system10.eu or email maritamorrissey@system10.ie


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