Nothing lifts up your spirits like hearing great feedback from you clients!
Today, we’d like to share with all of you a testimonial from our client, Saki, who has been a client with us (Active Red & Active Life Center) since June 2016!
Fitness is a journey. It is the same road that each of us will take, yet achieving unique results (depending on our own bodies) ultimately.
It was been 1.5 years since Saki started Kickboxing and Strength and Functional training with us! She has definitely reaped the benefits of exercising regularly and there is nothing more satisfying than having an improved quality of life (and a healthy baby;)) gained from consistent training.
If you’re not sure about the benefits of Weight Training (and even Weightlifting), read our post here to find out more about the extensive benefits you stand to achieve from it!
So don’t just ‘dream of getting fit’…
Go for it! And you can be rest assured that we will support you each and every step of your fitness journey!
Contact us at email@example.com or 8363 5661 to get started today! 🙂
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It’s the 3rd day of a New Year, how exciting is that?
Here’s why we should embrace New Year’s resolutions instead of fighting them:
1. Resolutions really can work.
Most New Year’s resolutions will be abandoned, it’s true. But some won’t, and can even change your life.
Take some time out to focus on 3 to 5 areas of your life you want to improve on.
It could be a weight loss goal perhaps, finances or perhaps another area you would work on.
2. Taking on too much might be the only way to find changes that really stick.
Maybe overcommitting isn’t such a bad thing.
No, you don’t need to become an entirely different person to succeed at your New Year’s resolutions. Ultimately, you just want to find a few good habits to stick with so you can be healthier long-term.
But how do you discover those habits? How do you fall in love with something new that’s good for you too?
Approach New Year’s as an opportunity to commit 100 percent to something you’re a little uncomfortable with and unaccustomed to:
Decide you want to try making healthier food choices.
Choose to go for a run every single day because you’d like to move more.
Wake up 30 minutes on Saturday/Sunday to get that extra workout in.
3. Working with others to accomplish your resolution together can be crucial to success.
Sure, New Year’s resolutions are popular. Sometimes it feels like everyone wants to lose weight next year.
But don’t let the fact that most people want to lose weight hold you back from actually losing weight. Embrace the popularity of the resolution instead—January is a great time to find others who want to do the same thing you do.
Get your gym buddies together and stay committed and have that accountability with your friends!
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