David Haye Box & Tone

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Win a Signed Copy of David Haye's Box & Tone DVD

David Haye has won world titles at two weights but YOUR level his main concerned these days, thanks to his fitness DVD.

David Haye's Box & Tone provides the perfect workout to all abilities and one could be coming your way thanks to our competition.

The former world heavyweight champion is giving away a signed copy of the DVD to five lucky winners.

And the Hayemaker says everyone who gets the DVD will be a winner.

"This is for people who have done NO training, or have trained before - I've really tried to cover as many aspects as possible," he said.

"I teach you how to box, the basic punches, the jab, the uppercut, the cross. We do it in a class format where I'm leading the class.

"Everything's done to music, it's got people behind me doing different things at different levels or because me, so you can pick out someone that is at your level and work at the same pace they're working at.

"People want to, and always ask how to, get into shape in January, so get the Box & Tone to find out!"

For more to check out www.hayemaker.com. .

CLOSING DATE: Friday 8th February 2013 23:23

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