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Julie Burke

Lives In: Perth (yep, in the city!)

Career: Engineer

Age: 20’s

Member Since: June 2012

My Goals

I train to become a better person, both mentally and physically. I read a quote recently that said “I love it when people ask me what I'm training for. I just smile and say I'm training for life." I train to feel better, look better and act better. I have recently started meeting with a trainer to set a few short term goals that I’m working hard to achieve. One of them is to do unassisted chin-ups. That’s turning into a real challenge (see above).

Training

Usually in the evenings when the traffic dies down so the commute from the city isn’t too bad. Early mornings and I don’t get along very well.

First Class

I bought a Scoopon that I found on the internet. I was going to a big box gym in the city, was incredibly bored and needed a change. Not having a car at the time, I got on the train after work and managed to find Round 1. I almost turned around about 10 times out of fear and not knowing where I was. The only class I could fit around the bus schedule was Body Work and was warned multiple times before I started it would be hard. I later learned that it was not a typical Body Work class: it started with 100 thrusters and 100 full sit-ups. Brutal! The sit-ups gave me a huge carpet burn on my ass for the next week. But was I hooked? Hell yeah.

Most memorable class
Tanks a few weeks back was memorable. We had to do Power Cleans and bike sprints and it was a challenging class. What made it memorable was the support and camaraderie by everyone involved. I don’t think I would have gotten through it if it wasn’t for the moral support and encouragement to get it done. And that’s special. You can’t find that at most gyms.
Favourite exercise
Anything to do with lifting/squatting/using a heavy barbell. There’s something very empowering about laying it back on the rack or throwing it down on the floor and knowing that you couldn’t lift that a few weeks or months before. Especially if you’re grunting like a lady :-) Taking out all my anger and frustration throwing punches at a heavy bag is fun too.
Most hated exercise
Burpees. They suck. Period. I think they’re hard because it’s impossible to cheat on them! And chin-ups. But I will get them soon.
Advice to share
Push your boundaries, good things happen outside your comfort zone. Whether it’s making the decision to join the gym, getting through a killer class, doing pushups on your toes instead of your knees, keeping the RPM above 120 on the bikes for a whole minute or going for extra weights and hitting a Personal Best, your body is a machine. You’d be surprised what it can do and how good you feel after you do it.
Natalie Johnson

Natalie Johnson

Lives In: Bibra Lake

Career: Accounts/Office Manager

Age: 40’s

Member Since: Christmas 2011

My Goals

I have been training forever, I just love working out. I’ve always had personal trainers and been a member of a gym. It wasn’t until November 2011, after a rather disturbing incident happened to me, that I decided to put myself first and do something I had been wanting to do for years. I decided to have a crack at body sculpting and my first competition would be in May 2012. I started with a trainer in January who helped me with a nutrition plan and weights program and along with the Round 1 Boxing classes I went from 78kg and 28.5% body fat to 65kg and 10.3% body fat in 5 months. My goal is to see just how far I can take it and compete in the figure division in September, 2012.

Training

I have always trained at 6am, it fits in with the kids and school and work and I find I have more energy first thing in the morning. Its probably just what my body has become used to, but it works for me. Plus the added bonus of training first thing in the morning is greater fat burning potential and I’m left feeling energised for the rest of the day. So much so that I have been able to go back in the evenings and do another work out.

First Class

I was actually scared to death going into my first class. A friend and I gave moral support to each other and went together. I was shattered afterwards, but it felt great just the same. It was such a huge eye opener for me I thought I was fit. I was doing mini triathlons in 2011 and after doing just one Round 1 Boxing class, I realised I wasn’t as fit as I thought. And I was hooked, I knew it would help me achieve the results I was wanting to. My friend however didn’t return.

Most memorable class
They are all as memorable as each other, mainly for the pain involved. But if I had to pick the worst it would be when doing the sleds. Completely insane, they just didn’t want to slip across the floor at all. I think I came close to spewing in those classes.
Favourite exercise
Call me insane but my favourite now is actually the burpees. I think I’ve done so damn many since going to Round 1 that I actually do love them. I used to find them so difficult and taxing (and I never used to do them with the pushup either). Things do get easier the fitter, stronger and leaner you get though.
Most hated exercise
Hate with a passion chin ups. They are just so damn hard. My goal is to be able to do them unassisted but using the bands makes it so much better.
Advice to share
My main motivation at the moment is proving all the lies we are getting fed about nutrition. And proving that at any age you can achieve your health, fitness and body shape goals. But I have had a few other motivators over the years. After having my kids 17 years ago I almost hit the 100kg mark on the scales, at the same time my brother was diagnosed type 1 Diabetic. I saw that as a sign and got my ass to the gym. In April this year my daughter had heart surgery for an hereditary condition which I do also have but doesn’t cause me any trouble due to being fit and healthy. People that know me and have seen the huge changes I’ve gone through constantly ask me what I did, how I did it and what sacrifices I’ve made and how much have I had to deprive myself. Drives me insane! I have not felt or been deprived in any way or made sacrifices and done things that I couldn’t sustain for life. I’ve simply gone back to basics and removed all refined carbs, grains, refined and artificial sugars, dairy, soy, plastics, makeup products containing parabens and all those bad chemicals, alcohol and only eat fresh organic meats and vegetables, eggs, nuts, filtered water and take essential minerals like magnesium and zinc. These are the only things our bodies need to survive and can use efficiently. I eat every 3 hours and certainly don’t go hungry at any time. I still go out every Saturday night for dinner and have my cheat meal, but I do still stick to the healthier options. I don’t have cravings, don’t have sleep issues and don’t have stress issues. I am actually the fittest, healthiest and leanest I’ve ever been in my whole life right now and feel absolutely fantastic. Not once in this whole process have I plateaued and in fact I am still losing weight and body fat. Just from what I have learnt myself with constant research and reading and putting things into practise and listening to my body, you can spot reduce, you can live without carbs, you can achieve what you want with a bit of hard work and determination. Oh and ladies, you must, must, must include a weights program into your workouts. Stop talking so much through the classes and work harder.
Stephanie Marshall

Stephanie Marshall

Lives In: Hammond Park

Career: HR/Payroll

Age: 20’s

Member Since: September 2011

My Goals

Get back to my pre-baby weight & become more toned. To be stronger, fitter and healthier.

Training

Between 3 to 5 times a week. Monday, Wednesday & Thursday evenings and Friday and Sunday mornings. I like to do a variety of classes – Boxing, Bodywork & One Minute Rounds. If I can get someone to babysit my son I always try to squeeze in an extra session here and there.

First Class

Loved, loved, LOVED my first class. I remember feeling so sore and satisfied that I had done a good workout. Beginners classes are a good way to gauge how fit you are before progressing to Boxing for Fitness and Body Work. Although I considered myself “fit” playing netball and swimming, my body said otherwise after those first few classes! My sister Vanessa and I did Beginners for a month before we felt ready for a Boxing for Fitness class. After doing Boxing for Fitness for a month we then decided to ‘attempt’ Bodywork which we also loved (and hate from time to time haha).

Most memorable class
Doing the “No Rules” Friday Night Bodywork “100” class. Hardest class I think I have ever done in order to receive 2 signatures for the April Challenge. I was so proud of myself to achieve what I originally thought was impossible and complete not 25 but 26 classes within the month!
Favourite exercise
I like most exercises – ab work, squats and using the speed ball and combo bags would be my favourite. You know you are getting fitter when you can bridge continuously for 2 minutes, talk and not break into a sweat!
Most hated exercise
What else?! - Spin bikes of course! No matter how much time I spend on them they never seem to get easier - Chin ups – no explanation needed - Burpees – although I should be awesome at them now considering how often I seem to get given them!
Advice to share
I love the Round 1 Motto “Get It Done”. Even if you have zero motivation from the moment you walk into the gym the energy and enthusiasm is infectious! But a word of caution - If you happen to train near my sister and I, chances are you will be roped into doing extra burpees or whatever other punishment the trainers deem necessary in order to ‘try’ to stop us from talking.
Emily Baldwin

Emily Baldwin

Lives In: Atwell

Career: Owner of Snips and Clips Dog Grooming

Member Since: January 2012

My Goals

My life changed when I had my daughter Chloe’ in 2004 she to this day is the most beautiful caring child anyone could want I then married my husband in 2009 and finally after years of trying with the awesome technology of IVF we had our little cheeky son Charlie in December 2010. During my pregnancy I completed a dog grooming course, my husband and I started our business in September 2010 and have never looked back. I love what I do every single day & are very pleased to have a successful growing business. I’ve never been one to stick to exercise or a diet until around October 2011 since then I’ve lost 21kg and now nearly at my goal weight. I have many goals so here are a few: To be at my goal weight, be able to do chin ups, be able to double skip, be able to overcome my random fear of box jumps, be able to bridge for 2+ minutes one day join in the tanks crew- would love to lift weights like they do! Complete my first Tough Mudder in Sydney September 2012 & continue to exercise so I can live a healthy and positive life with my family.

Training

Started off with 2 of the beginner’s classes then within week’s I was doing 4 class’s a week at 8pm. Now I usually make 7pm and the 8pm class’s Monday-Thursday, 6pm Friday’s and if I can fit a weekend class in I come down to. I also like to jog outside of R1 and continue some weight training 4-5 times a week- people often think I’m nuts but I don’t see it as something I have to do I truly enjoy what I can achieve. I do double class’s as Body Work is different to Boxing For Fitness I enjoy both class’s and benefit from them.

First Class

From memory a Tuesday 8pm class with what I remember Michael & Jason- it was packed no doubt lots of new years resolutions. I had no idea what I was doing as I could barely hear with everyone talking, but I just kept on going I was to scared to stop. I could barely walk the next few days hahaha.

Most memorable class
I had a bad day and I wasn’t in the mood to have anyone in my face. I am pretty sure Michael remembers this one as he kept on digging and digging at me until I was doing dips and he kept saying extend your legs… Come on Em, EXTEND YOUR LEGS. I stood up, cracked it and balled my eyes out, a day later I ended up with gastro for 5 days so I’m sure he was thinking I wasn’t going to return. But I picked myself back up and got on with it.
Favourite exercise
I’ve grown to like squats- in my mind I say ‘better legs’ so I tend to do squats as my daily routine now. I also love to jog outside of R1 as it’s my time alone with no one else there.
Most hated exercise
Most hated exercise for me is the spin bike, no matter how much I use it I still hate it as much as the first day I sat on one. The seat is the most uncomfortable thing I’ve sat on which doesn’t help, I’m in pain as soon as the first peddle spins around, need I say more! Well cheating is pretty easy to do especially sitting at the back hahaha, but I generally do the pace they say and just do what I can.
Advice to share
I think the first time in my life I actually love to exercise this is thanks to Round 1, I found doing the same thing over and over at the gym was so boring I also didn’t know how to use most of the equipment and felt intimidated walking to the weight area with all the muscle men. At Round 1 not only are every class different they are fun, challenging and you also have the trainers there to help you I now know how to use weights and feel confident walking into the weight area.
Ian Burgess

Ian Burgess

Lives In: Success

Career: Operations Supervisor

Age: 40’s

Member Since: March 2011

My Goals

I am married to the most wonderful lady and we have two beautiful children. Apart from annoying people at Round 1 I like to surf. I have just been through my mid-life crisis which saw me buy my first skate board. If you meant 'training goals!', well I am currently focused on next year’s Tough Mudder Challenge. Apart from that I simply want to maintain a healthy level of fitness so that I can enjoy life to the fullest.

Training

Because I’m a shift worker the classes I attend are a little all over the place. I try to be at the gym 5 to 6 times a week and also like varying my class times so that I get to train with a variety of people. That way the same people aren’t being annoyed by me all the time. Share the love.

First Class

It was a Saturday beginner’s class with Jason. I don’t remember a lot about the structure of the class (probably had a few wall sits) except the uncontrollable shacking after doing the bridge for about 20 seconds.

Most memorable class
Friday April 20, 2012 at 7pm - 'Anything Goes' Body Work for a double signature in the April Challenge. It was memorable for two reasons: 1/.By a mile the hardest class I have ever participated in. 2/. There are certain people I love training with because of their positive attitude and commitment to working hard. Most of those people were in this class making it a very positive and memorable environment.
Favourite exercise
There are 2: 1/ The bridge because it takes a lot of mental strength and I am mental. 2/ Muscle ups because I can’t do them. Strange hey! One day.
Most hated exercise
Burpees, No explanation required, everybody understands.
Advice to share
Train hard, smile, be friendly, give positive encourage to other people, and most importantly have a good time. Also don’t be shy to come and say hello, I am always up for a chat, especially when we are supposed to be doing burpees.
Ross D

Ross D

Lives In: Melville

Career: IT

Age: 30’s

Member Since: October 2010

My Goals

Lose weight, build cardio endurance, and generally become fit.

Training

Currently train mon – fri approx 3-4 times at the 5PM classes, and will attempt to sneak in a Sat and or Sun morning class! Will be converting to the morning 6AM classes to give them a go.

First Class

I felt pretty pumped to get into it, went a few previous ‘boxing for fitness” classes at other clubs, but from first impression and general vibe of Round 1 Fitness felt welcoming and supportive. First class was an awesome experience, immediately after I knew that this was the best place that was going to meet my goals of losing weight, building on my cardio and generally becoming fit. So I signed up for a 12 month membership!

Most memorable class
I think it was like my third or fourth class when I really went “all out” to see how far I could push myself. It was the closest I’ve come to almost spewing – and for me that felt great, getting to that point where I felt that I couldn’t go any further!!
Favourite exercise
I enjoy the bag work/ body exercise mix up. Ie 20 punches on the Heavy Bag, then 2 pushups; 20 punches on the light bag, then 2 burpees, etc
Most hated exercise
The up, halfway, down slow pushup! “Pushup Positions: Down, Halfway, Up, Halfway, Down, Halfway, Down, Halfway, Up, Down, Halfway” - for the duration of that round, usually like 2-3mins!! (Note being that this usually will be the last exercise of the session!)
Advice to share
Consistency – the only way to get results is to stick at it! Any exercise that you think is ‘too hard’ to do will be a test and seem impossible, but the next time you do that same exercise it’s just that ‘little bit’ easier.
Carly Allen

Carly Allen

Lives In: Success

Career: Administrator

Age: 20’s

Member Since: April 2011

My Goals

Weight loss and this year I will reach my goal!

Training

Always aim for 5 times a week and I’ve always been a 6pm class girl, because I finish work at 5, I always feel like I have more energy after work. I also do the occasional 6am class, I love the feeling that I’ve done my class for the day if I go at 6am, but I don’t always feel like I can give it my all that time of the morning as I’m still half asleep.

First Class

I remember my first class with Jason on a Saturday. I dove straight into a NON-beginners class, I was nervous as anything, I only just got through it without throwing up. I couldn’t walk properly after the class and took me about 4 days to recover after it and I blamed Jason for days! I remember saying to my friend Jacinta who convinced me to come, How do you do this 4-6 times a week? But 10 months later I have never looked back!

Most memorable class
The most memorable class was during the October challenge, I was just overcoming the flu and by accident went to a bodywork class on a Friday night, I asked Sean to time my 2 minute bridge at the end of the class which was one of targets, with sweat pouring off my face I did it without cheating! That actually was the most memorable month, completing those 25 classes while having people at work telling me I was crazy and my body needed a rest. It turned out it didn’t need a rest and I got my t-shirt!
Favourite exercise
Reverse crunches, because I can always feel it the next day and speed ball, because I get better and better each time I do it.
Most hated exercise
Sprint starts!!!!
Advice to share
I learn’t very quickly that smart ar*e comments don’t get you very far in a class, don’t complain because the guys and Leila will just make you work harder again. I’m learning to listern and get the job done. I can always whinge to my husband when I get home.
Jackie Searies

Jackie Searies

Lives In: Oakford

Career: Dog Groomer, Equine Bowen Practitioner

Age: 40’s

Member Since: June 2011

My Goals

When I first came to Round One, I was looking to lose the weight I had slowly gained over the course of a few years. I had always been an athletic person through my teens and 20’s, but as is the more than common story, as I got older, my exercise slowed down until it was nil. Too tired, can’t be bothered, too busy etc etc, were the excuses until I realised I had put on about 11 kilos. While I recognised I wasn’t obese, I certainly wasn’t happy with myself and wasn’t comfortable at all. I felt old and weak. I went in search of a gym that I would love going to enough to stick at it, because I didn’t want to feel like I was dragging myself to go, but that I was happy to go. I tried 4 gyms in my area until someone told me about Round One. I was hooked from my very first class! Not only have I lost the weight I had put on, but I feel STRONG! I no longer feel old and sloppy. I feel fit and young again. My goals have changed from wanting to simply lose weight to now wanting to be the fittest and strongest I can be. I am starting to love the muscle definition that Round One has given me. At first I was a bit unsure because I was listening to people who had never stepped into a gym in their lives, but now I love it. At the encouragement of another member (thanks Rebecca Harris) I have listed some small 3 months goals that include things like 5 continous handstand push ups, bench press body weight and 5 toes to bar amongst others. I am starting to realise the importance of goal setting. I am currently putting together a list of 6 month and 12 month goals.

Training

I try to get to Round One 6 days a week with Saturday being my only day off. Sundays is usually 8.15 and Fridays is 7am and I try for the TANKS at 4pm on Wednesdays,but apart from that, I just get there when I can and work around my kids and husband schedules. I try to have 2 weights sessions within those 6 days.

First Class

I remember my first class really well .I was at work and was determined to make the 1 o’clock class on a Friday. I finished work in time but nearly backed out because I was so nervous going by myself. I had a shoulder injury from one of the other gyms I had tried and was one step away from using that as an excuse not to go, but told myself I was being silly and to just do it! When I turned up there was this muscly fit looking guy behind the counter (Mike) that had quite obviously just done a class and looked like he had been through the wringer. I thought “if he looks like that, what the hell am I going to look like?!” I mumbled something about not being here before and he took my money and made me sign my life away. All the while I was one step away from running out the doorlike a scared rabbit! Once the class started I was in my element! Nothing like being able to punch the crap out of something and get all your frustrations out! I was hooked! I soon realised that there was much more to Round One than punching a bag though and I that’s why I love it!

Most memorable class
Most memorable class apart from all the TANKS classes (every one of them is memorable) was a Bodywork on a Friday morning a couple of months ago. It was 8 minutes rounds and the first 8 minutes was on bike which was memorable all by itself! We worked with a partner in this particular class and I was partnered with Karz. It involved rounds of one person doing a weights circuit and one doing pushups for a minute then swap for a round of 8 minutes, one person punching and one bobsled for a minute then swap for a round of 8 minutes and one punching with the other running a lap of the gym then swap all for 8 minutes. Apart from the fact that it was the first time I really thought I was going to vomit, I remember on the last round we had about a minute to go and we were exhausted. Mike was standing over me trying to push me to get back before the bell went so Karz would have to go again with the bobsled. I was looking at Karz who was just as ruined as I was and thinking “either work hard and make Karz go again and risk vomiting, or slow down and cop Mikes wrath” Well, I put head down and bum up and both Karz and I survived! Although we did name that particular session “Death by Bodywork”.
Favourite exercise
I don’t really have a particular favourite as such because I do pretty much like all of it, but I do love the rings, whether it be pushups, fence pulls or even dips. I think its because I feel strong doing them.
Most hated exercise
I have recently discovered a big weakness of mine is the cross trainer. Won’t say I dislike it but definitely a weak area. Not fond of Kettlebells either for the same reason. I feel very unco with Kettlebells.
Advice to share
The only advice I can give anyone is never to think you “can’t” do something. “Can’t” is what your head tells you when it doesn’t “want” you to do something. I am trying to rid the word “can’t” out of my vocabulary. “Oh crap” is still there but “can’t” is slowly going! Just get out there and give it a go no matter what it is!
Sophie Forte

Sophie Forte

Lives In: Yangebup

Career: Stay at home mum of 2/Beauty Therapist

Age: 20’s

Member Since: August 2011

My Goals

Initially I started coming to Round One to lose the extra weight gained after having my second baby. I started coming when she was 5 weeks old, I was that keen! I thought that I would come until I was back down to pre-baby weight, then I wouldn’t need to come anymore. Since I started, my whole attitude to training and eating has changed. I now know that this isn’t a temporary part of my lifestyle; it’s the new me. When I’m back down to my desired weight (which I’m hoping to achieve by the new year), my next goal will be to maintain the weight and be fitter than I’ve ever been. I’d love to have definition in my muscles, which is something I’ve never had before.

Training

I started with just one class a week, then 2, then 3, and then 4-5 as each week passed. In the month of October 2011 I’m coming 6 days a week. I can only make it to the 8pm classes during the week and I attempt a double session on Saturdays and Sundays at 10am and 11am. I love coming so often, because I get to do classes with all of the awesome trainers each week and I feel fantastic after each class.

First Class

I will always remember my first class. It was a Sunday with Sean. I was feeling good about it, not too nervous. I warned him that I was going to be completely useless at everything as it was the first exercise I’d done since highschool (almost 10 years!). And I was. I couldn’t skip for more than 30 seconds and my punches were slow and weak. Also I didn’t get anywhere near keeping up on the bikes and that was gear 14 at 100rpm. When I got home that day, exhausted and very sweaty, Joe asked me how I went and I said ‘That was the best thing I’ve ever done!’

Most memorable class
I have to say, the most memorable class for me was when I attempted my first double. I had been doing the ‘normal’ boxing classes for a week or two and I thought I’d give the double a go. I think it was a Sunday and Mike was taking the class. I got through the first one ok and I was pretty chuffed with myself going into the second one. But unfortunately 2/3 of the way through the second session, my body and mind gave up and I ended up walking out in tears. I was a bit embarrassed, but I don’t think anyone noticed. This made me even more determined to finish 2 classes in a row and I think I achieved it a few weeks later.
Favourite exercise
I love the shields. I like that I punch as hard as I can and the shield doesn’t move (not that the heavy bag moves much when I punch it!). I also like how it’s heaps softer than the other bags, so it cushions the impact on my knuckles. I have always enjoyed skipping, because it gives me a great cardio workout and I was very proud when I did my first double skip. I actually enjoy reverse crunches for some reason. Especially now that I can do them without my hands!
Most hated exercise
The list of exercises I hate keeps getting smaller as I get fitter. I pretty much hated most of them when I first started. I’m hoping one day I won’t hate any of them. Although I’m pretty sure bikes, rings, wall sits, ab wheels and burpees will never reach my top ten favourites!
Advice to share
My advice is to forget what you think you can or can’t achieve and just go into the gym with an open mind. Once you get rid of your excuses, it’s amazing what you can do. Never think ‘I can’t do this’. Always say to yourself ‘I really suck at doing this right now, but if I keep practicing I will become AWESOME at it’. Watch what you eat! It’s amazing how many calories are in the foods we love. It’s all very well working hard at the gym, but if you get home and binge on junk every day you will never see good results. It’s worth working out calories in your food so you have an idea what you should be avoiding or keeping to a minimum. Keep at it! There will be times when your motivation goes out the window or your mind isn’t in the right place when you work out, especially when results take their time. But if you keep working out as hard as you can and you keep watching what you are eating, the results will come. It took me 6 weeks before I noticed any changes in my body. And that was when I was coming 3-5 times a week. Since I started 3 months ago I have lost 6kgs and I look and feel awesome!
Corrie-Ann Andrews

Corrie-Ann Andrews

Lives In: Hammond Park

Career: Assistant Company Secretary

Age: 30’s

Member Since: Officially since May '11 but have been around since the beginning

My Goals

When I first started boxing I still had 8 kilos to lose after having my twins almost 4 years prior. Ideally I wanted to go back to the way my body was before I had my boys but I knew that was going to take hard work and commitment of a balanced diet and exercise regime. Round 1 Fitness has helped me to change my body shape to the point where I have dropped the last 8 kilos and I can now comfortably fit back into my size 10 clothes. I am more confident, happier, fitter, stronger and healthier than I have been in a long time.

Training

Currently training 4 days a week usually Mondays or Tuesdays 6pm, Thursday 6pm (one minute rounds), Friday (6pm) and Sunday mornings.

First Class

I don’t really remember my first class in too much detail. I know it was really, really hard, that all I wanted to do was learn how to hit a bag solidly and that I was completely stuffed after the class. But I loved it and made sure I came back.

Most memorable class
It was the one minute rounds around the time where Michael went through a period of setting really high targets to hit in one minute per station. Good thing was I did actually hit most of the targets; bad thing was that this was the first class I vomited. So what made this memorable? – When I walked back into the class I was met at the door by Michael who joked that at least I was keeping the birds well fed. I have to admit at least it made me smile.
Favourite exercise
I love when we do running in the class, ab wheel (which I’ve only conquered in the last 6 months) and most recently Inch Worms.
Most hated exercise
Can’t say I’m a fan of burpees and absolutely loathe the bikes, any level, any speed!!!
Advice to share
Try to commit to a set amount of training sessions a week with a good diet and stick to it. Everyone has a busy lifestyle. You need to make time to exercise if you want results. At least once a week try to do something different within your class eg: if you normally do your push ups on your knees, try to do a few on your toes each rep and then build on that. It’s the baby steps that will get you to bigger and better things. It’s an amazing feeling to do something automatically in a class and stop and think ‘Hey I couldn’t do that a month ago and now I do it without too much effort.’
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