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Fitness to a "T": Shaun T headed to NS for Dal 200

- April 5, 2018

Shaun T at work. (Provided photo)
Shaun T at work. (Provided photo)

Shaun T has quite the CV when it comes to fitness.

He’s created international best-selling programs, shared the stage with Adam Lambert and Val Kilmer, landed roles on TV shows and movies like Six Feet Under and Beauty Shop, and danced with Mariah Carey. He choreographed for USTA’s Arthur Ashe Kids Day, the NCAA Final Four Halftime Show and the movie Bring it On: All or Nothing.

Now: he’s coming to Dalhousie.

Shaun T will bring his transformative and inspiring fitness experience to Dal as part of the university’s 200th anniversary celebrations. On September 22, 2018, the Faculty of Health will host Shaun T for a huge community workout and motivational talk at the Halifax Convention Centre. It will be his first time visiting Canada’s East Coast.

An inspiring motivator and creator of best-selling fitness programs INSANITY, HIP HOP ABS, FOCUS T25, CIZE and more, Shaun T is known for his skill to inspire others with the confidence they need to live life at their best. He is currently on a global tour for his new book T Is for Transformation.

Shaun T’s workout will be part of a broader fitness expo featuring the latest in mental and physical wellness. In addition to the workout and motivation, attendees will be able to browse the expo featuring local fitness vendors and experts from Dal and beyond showcasing a broad range of topics — from athletics to recreation and rehabilitation.

Tickets are now available for purchase for the not-for-profit event. (Any proceeds generated beyond costs will be directed to Dal’s new PhD in Health Scholarship.) For more information, visit the Faculty of Health website.


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