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If you Google “how to start a workout routine,” you’ll see some great advice from renowned sources.

For example, the Mayo Clinic has five steps for you, with instructions under each heading:


  1. Assess fitness level.
  2. Design program.
  3. Assemble equipment.
  4. Start.
  5. Monitor progress. 


We’re not going to argue with the Mayo Clinic! But those five steps are really far from simple for the average person.


For example, most people don’t know how to assess fitness, and even fewer know how to design a program and monitor progress. 


And while you can start a program with minimal equipment, fitness equipment isn’t cheap. So if you buy anything, you want to make the right decision. But what do you buy?


We want you to start a fitness program in 2022, and any activity is better than no activity. You can literally start with a short daily walk. Increase the distance a little every day, and you’ll see some progress!


We Can Help You Start Working Out!


We are experts in assessing fitness level, designing programs and monitoring results. It’s what we do every day.


We also have all the equipment you’ll ever need. We can even help you with Number 4 (“Start”) because we can motivate you and inspire you. To be honest, that’s our real super power: making fitness fun. 


What’s not fun is trying to figure it out on your own. Ever tried to change a tire, assemble a barbecue or create a spreadsheet without the right knowledge and tools? It’s frustrating! 


We promise to completely eliminate frustration and give you the perfect plan to help you accomplish your fitness goals—any fitness goals. We’ll even tell you how you’ll know you’re making progress—and how to speed things up.


The Mayo Clinic is 100 percent correct: “Starting a fitness program may be one of the best things you can do for your health.”


If you need any help to kick start your fitness journey: Click on Join us and fill up the form

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