Central Region: 6 schools participate in just ended SHS Fitness Challenge by Dreamland Sports Plus and Kasapreko Co. Ltd


This Melo and Rambo high school fitness challenge has taken place in the Central region with over thousands of students participating in this year’s edition.

The tour started on Thursday the 2nd of November at the Winneba Senior High School where the Headmistress and other staff members were in attendance.

Here, over 2,500 students turned up to participate in this year’s event. They were all in excitement as they rushed out to enjoy the aerobics session which is designed to help them stay fit and also to prevent certain diseases or illnesses.

After the aerobics session, Rambo, Melo Cola and Melo Orange were shared to everyone freely and some shirts were giving as well.

On Friday 3rd November morning, Adisadel had their fitness challenge from 7:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.

In attendance were the headmaster and other staff members as well as students numbering about 3,500.

After the aerobics session, soft drinks from Kasapreko was shared to the participants after which they had other fun games.

On Friday evening from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm, the team stopped at the St. Augustine’s College also in Cape Coast, where the students had their take of the fitness challenge.

Here, over 3,000 students turned out to participate in the aerobics session. The headmaster and other staff members together were equally not left out.

Due to time constraints, just bout 30 minutes was used for the aerobics. The rest of the time was used for the sharing of drinks and other fun games.

Other schools that participated included Mfantsipim Senior High, University Practise and Wesley Girls Senior High.

Speaking with betterghnadigest.com after the tour, Mr. Emmanuel Olla Williams, CEO of Dreamland Sports Plus, the rationale behind the program is to inculcate the habit of regular exercising into the youth, particularly students.

He underscored the need for exercise and called on the management of various schools to encourage the students as well as the teachers to exercise regularly in order to stay strong and healthy.  “A sound mind is always found in a sound body” he added.

He said the benefits of exercise to the human brain and body goes beyond just the individual and that it benefits society to a larger extent.

Interestingly, at the end of each event, majority of the students called on the organizers to make the event a termly one since they enjoyed it so much and would love to host it over and over again.

They expressed their appreciation to the organisers, particularly to Mr. Emmanuel Olla Williams, CEO of Dreamland Sports Plus and Mr. Baffour, Sales Manager for Kasapreko sponsors of the event, not forgetting the hardworking instructors (Charles Obeng, Nana Yaw Boakye Noah, Portia, Mensah Enyonam Cynthia, Matilda Afful Efua).

The event was organized by Dreamland Sports Plus in collaboration with Kasapreko Company Ltd. producers of Melo drinks, Rambo drinks and awake mineral water