A woman has won an online fitness challenge where she is forced to wear a t-shirt that says “fit means nothing”.
The 30-year-old from Leeds has been working out with fitness trainer Sam Brown since January after her son suffered a stroke.
She said: “I had a stroke a few months ago and I felt like I was just about done.
She said she was wearing it as part of a fitness challenge to raise awareness about the condition.””
I started wearing a t.shirt with the slogan ‘fit means everything’ and Sam’s response was to put on a shirt and say ‘I’m a fit woman’.”
She said she was wearing it as part of a fitness challenge to raise awareness about the condition.
“It’s just a message to get people motivated and to encourage people to work out,” she said.
The woman’s partner, Sam Brown, from Sheffield, said he was “thrilled” with the response.
He said: I was really excited to see it.
It’s about a message that we can all get along and support each other.
“I think that we all have a bit of an attitude that we’re all equal in the world, and that we should all be encouraged to go for fitness.”
You don’t need a shirt to do it.
I think that the t-shirts have really helped me out.