Saturday, September 1, 2012

September 2012 has arrived

Well... Its been a while since I have written on this blog. Things have been insane and amazing at Creative Conditioning's new training studio.

Summer is usually a slower time but we kept busy from the beginning of summer to the end and now with fall here there are several things coming into play.

Kids are going back to school and routine is about to come back into play again.

A few things we have going on at the studio are as follows...

1. More time slots are being opened up on the training calendar. What does this mean for you?
Well there will be more selection for time slots to train in throughout the week.

2. A couple more programs are coming into play. We are planning on introducing Yoga into our studio to balance out our high intensity training and conditioning workouts. At this time we are narrowing down our instructors and time slots for availability. The plan is to have 3-4 yoga classes a week.

3. Our nutrition planners have begun working on our first 30 day challenge for participants. Soon we will have a well balanced, high variety, meal selection plans for participants to incorporate into their lives. This is a plan that will get you to where you want to be and keep you there.

The one thing you have to keep in mind is that anything worth having takes time. This is not a crash diet to get you vacation ready in 30 days. This is a plan to get you healthy and ready for the rest of your life. This will be something that anyone can follow and if for some reason you cant then you just aren't at that stage yet to make the changes you need to.

4. New trainers will be joining us at Creative Conditioning. Check out the "Your Trainers" tab on the Creative Conditioning website over the next couple weeks and see who we are adding to our training team.

I am very critical of who will be training at Creative Conditioning and am not looking for people to just teach classes. The people I bring in to work with our students and community will be people I respect, trust, and admire as trainers and people.

Please post comments, questions or give us a call if you want to discuss what we are all about and why you should be training with us.

Have a great long weekend and see you soon.

Paul Dyck

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