Win a month’s online training

win a month's online training

By Renate Engelbrecht

Sat, May 09

You can be the lucky winner of a month’s online exercise program (valued at R500) from Alive & Balanced.

Alive and balanced giveaway

The prize includes 3 workouts per week and you can live anywhere in the world to qualify for this prize as it is online. You can repeat the exercises on the platform as many times as you like during the month of your prize.

To enter:

  • Follow Suitcase & Chardonnay on Facebook and Instagram and Alive & Balanced on Facebook and Instagram.
  • Share the competition on your stories on Instagram and tag both Suitcase & Chardonnay and Alive & Balanced.
  • Find this competition on our Facebook and Instagram pages and tag 3 friends on Facebook and 3 friends on Instagram who will be interested in winning the prize.
  • Subscribe to Suitcase & Chardonnay’s monthly newsletter in the form below.

*Terms and conditions apply. Competition closes on 15 June 2020. Winner will be announced on our Facebook page.

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