4,000 Women Doing Aerobics For International Women's Day
Mar 08, 2010 16:56
Some 4,000 women gathered at the Ngee Ann City Civic Plaza last Saturday to participate in the Amore Women's Day Out event which is now into its seventh year. The event was held in preparation of the International Women's Day which falls this Monday, March 8th:
The organizers said regular exercise and maintaining an active lifestyle can have multiple benefits, such as improving a person's mental and emotional health. With more women leading busy lives, organizers hope to remind them that exercise is not a waste of time, but "a tool to achieve greater things in life".
It was truly a monumental occasion as these women from different generations and various walks of life gathered together to inspire women across the world and celebrate their achievements.
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