Abbotsford participants in the 2020 Total Makeover Challenge.

Total Makeover Challenge 2020 is now underway

Participants focus on fitness, health and personal growth

The 2020 Total Makeover Challenge is now underway.

The challenge is presented by Shape Your World Society and presenting sponsors Steve Nash Fitness World and Shoppers.

Over the next four months, challengers will participate in three segments that focus on fitness, health, personal growth, development and beauty makeover. After each segment, voting will determine those who move on to the next round.

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The first segment has started and runs through to Feb. 29. Online voting takes place from Feb. 21 to 25 at At the end of voting, there will be 15 challengers remaining.

The second segment runs seven weeks, from Feb. 29 to April 22. Online voting runs April 10 to 14, after which the top five challengers will be determined.

The winner will be chosen after the end of segment three, which runs from April 22 to May 25, with votes cast from May 15 to 19.

The winner will be announced at the finale Shape Your Vogue Fashion Show on May 26. Prizes include a getaway trip for two, a one-year gym membership, a boudoir photo shoot, one-year unlimited tanning and more.

The women selected for the 2020 Total Makeover Challenge in Abbotsford are: Davinder Aujla, Kerri-Lynn Chartier, Mandi Friesen, Kal Gill, Ashleigh Henczel, Lynne Karey-McKenna, Rebecca Merkley, Pauline Miles, Andrea Neyedli, Tina Palmer, Jaynie Potocky, Jen Romero, Amarjit Sandhu, Christy Sandison, Jamie Scoville, Alexis Scoville, Stefany Tunshell, Tammy J Ward, Chani Webster, Amber Widman, Tracey Voisey Williams and Lori Witmer.

The challenge also takes place in Chilliwack and Langley.

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