PreKureME - Lockdown Edition!
Immune-boosting self-improvement</br>in self-isolation.</br>Emerge better and healthier than you went in.</br>Join our 21-day health challenge for FREE.
21 days | team challenge | points system | world-class instructors
Self-improvement in self-isolation
Now more than ever, you’ll want to be focusing on prevention and your health. Our PreKureME Lockdown Edition is a 21-day immune-boosting health challenge to bring you out of isolation better than when you went in.
We believe prevention is the best medicine, and during COVID-19, a healthy lifestyle is the best thing you can do for yourself and your family, right now.
We will focus on:
How it Works
- You begin PreKureME with your team on Thursday 2nd April. As a community, we’ll move towards the finish line together, as we support and uplift each other every step of the way.
- You receive daily guidance for 21 days from a supportive community, regular check-ins, regular Facebook lives from our faculty, and private groups.
- Get points daily for food, fitness, sleep, learning & fun.
Immune-boosting FUN that impacts your HEALTH for GOOD.
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Because if you tell 1 person, who tells 1 person, who tells 1 person, and that happens 14 times, 14 people would know about PreKureME LOCKDOWN EDITION.
BUT if you tell 2 people, who tell 2 people, who tell 2 people and that happens 14 times, 16,384 people would know about PreKureME LOCKDOWN EDITION.
Crazy right? Imagine the health-changing impact that would have on our communities right now.
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Grant is the Director of The Human Potential Centre at AUT University and is a highly respected public health academic with all the boxes ticked in a high-achieving career. Grant has published more than 300 academic papers and is the co-author of four best-selling books. Grant is renown for his ability to translate complex science into plain English. Grant believes in putting the public back into public health and is a driving force in challenging outdated gudielines.