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3 lucky winners will receive a Danny Green Prize Pack valued at $225.00 which includes: a subscription to Danny’s 9 week program and a t-shirt!

This Father’s Day, support dad by being the healthiest dad he can be by winning him a www.teamdannygreen.com.au prize pack featuring 1x 9 week membership of World boxing champion Danny Green’s online health and fitness program.

Finally a simple Health and Fitness Program for regular Aussies.

Many fitness programs are too extreme, or just outright fads! Danny understands what works and has the track record to prove it – his 9 week program is designed to get you real results!

Please note this competition is open from 2nd August 2016 until 29th August 2016 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via Facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. R. HandleyNSW
  3. K. MatiasNSW
  • Supporting my husbands health means he will have more energy to spend time with our little boy. Being fitter means he can run around with him without it puffing him

  • Dad has had his up and downs with health but seems to be on track at the moment. I think its important for dads to be healthy for the mind and body.

  • My dad has passed away, but I would love this for my husband so he is fit, happy and healthy for me and our girls.

  • It means the world to me to support both my dad and my husbands health as they mean everything to me. Unfortunately neither seem to place too much importance on looking after themselves so my children and I try to encourage all the time.

  • ENCOURAGE (as oppose to nag) him: to be involved in some form of physical activity involving the family rather than being a passive participant watching sports on television; to exercise moderation in eating and alcohol consumption; that a healthy lifestyle will give him more energy for the ones he loves.

  • It means keeping him around longer to make memories and enjoy the good times.

  • He’s had a 5 bypass and he really needs to get his diet back on track, lucky to be alive so there’s no more chocolate or fatty stuff allowed in his diet!

  • This will allow him to get healthy & hopefully help his sleep apnea & give him the confidence to be able to run & enjoy playing with his kids. Pure confidence for himself

  • Not just for Dad’s but for Mum’s as well, we need to be healthy to keep up with the kids. From chasing them to looking after them.

  • There would be nothing worse in the world to lose a loved one to something preventable such as diet and exercise

  • Everything as having him around for as long as possible is a priority for me

  • It would mean that my dad would be around to watch his grandson grow up, and so that he can be around a lot longer then he is expected to be.

  • It means the world to us because he is our protector and we just want him to get back on the right track and finally be happy again. To be around for his family for a long time and enjoy life so much more. He is our life.

  • For him to be around to spend more time with – I love the good man. He is more like my bestest friend

  • My Dad has been my greatest male role model and support. I want to have him around for as long as I can, enjoying watching my girls growing up too.

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