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PHOTOS: How Lucky Mbabazi’s first edition of her fitness class went down

Lucky Mbabazi’s first ever fitness event dubbed Lucky’s Groove Back saw hundreds of participants descending down to Lugogo at the Startimes Stadium, the home of KCCA Football club.

Lucky’s Groove Back is an event she started after many questions of how she manages to keep in shape even after giving birth to four children. It is common that many women lose shape when they give birth to even one child but it is not the same for Lucky Mbabazi who decided to leave fellow women envious.

To give back to her social media followers, Mbabazi chose to charge Shs20,000 for everyone who felt like they should come and join her as they worked out.

At exactly 4.00pm, it was already seen that the event would not disappoint even on its debut. Revellers came dressed in their workout outfits ready for workout that was being conducted by different fitness coaches like Gerry Opoka who took them through Zumba.

Robert Ddamulira of Robbie Fitness took charge of the aerobics and other physical fitness sessions.


The ground was filled with mainly the corporates who cannot wait to show up for the second edition. Mbabazi after the event told Sqoop that the number was overwhelming and that the demand was so high which made her confirm the second Lucky’s Groove back for next month.

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