The Performing Arts for Fitness (PAWF) will be organizing its 4th fitness festival on November 24 at NEZCC ground in Dimapur of Nagaland.
The programme will be held at 2 pm.
This was announced by PAWF members during a press conference on Wednesday in Dimapur.
A report published on Wednesday by Nagaland Post stated highlighting about the event PAWF, CEO Talitemjen and MD Tainla Temjen stated that the event would be organized in collaboration with the Light House Church.
Talitemjen said, the event is aimed at creating an awareness about healthy lifestyle, to understand fitness, facilitate and educate the people that ‘fitness is a way of life’.
Nagaland, despite being a land of warriors, has fallen to the trap of the modern ‘couch potato lifestyle’ and that fitness or being healthy has taken a seat back thereby allowing diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, cancers, gallstones, osteoarthritis, breathing problem, asthma, kidney failure, mental disorder and even fatal heart diseases and strokes to destroy lives, said Tainla Temjen.
“And therefore keeping that in mind PAWF Nagaland was formed in the year 2015 and started a movement called fitter Nagaland,” added Temjen.
It has been reported that PAWF has so far hosted three fitness awareness programmes in Dimapur and Mokokchung.
It is expected that the event will provide a platform for local artistes to perform while stalls for local entrepreneurs will be set up.
As per the report, four schools will take part in the event.
Passes will be made available at the gate while the event is open to all age groups.
WeTheNagas on their Twitter handle on Friday stated that formed in the year 2015, PAWF has revolutionized the fitness movement in the State with its pet project Fitter Nagaland.
PAWF Nagaland to organize 4th Fitness Festival.
Formed in the year 2015, PAWF has revolutionized the fitness movement in the state with its pet project FITTER NAGALAND.
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— WeTheNagas (@WeTheNagas) November 23, 2018