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Free Gut-Busting Small Group Workout October 15 in Glendale

Oct. 7, 2011

Shake things up, get a full body workout, burn a ton of calories and fat, and receive superior motivational support and coaching– that’s what Achieve Personal Fitness (Achieve) Small Group Sessions can help achieve. “We’ve created a series of free sessions as an invitation to sample this new and super effective workout style,” said Catherine Andersen, coach and owner of Achieve Personal Fitness, Inc.

 

The October free session takes place October 15 at Achieve’s state-of-the-art facility in Glendale.

The Essentials:

 

Location: Achieve Personal Fitness Indoor Facility

4170 N. Port Washington Rd., Glendale (2nd floor, across from Home Depot and next to the Boelter Kitchen Store; entrance doors face Olive Street).

 

Date: Saturday, October 15

 

Time: 11 a.m. – 12 p.m.

 

Registration: To register, visit Achievepersonalfit.com or

(required) call 414-312-8891

 

What to Bring: Water

 

More about Small Group Training

Small group training sessions are a way to work off pounds and get fit in a fun, motivational setting. The small groups, consisting of 12-15 participants, are led by certified instructors who use tools including Kettlebells, longshoremen ropes, tires, medicine balls, TRX, weights and other effective training equipment.

 

Also included are corrective movements, dynamic and corrective stretches, agility drills, core training and other cardio conditioning and full-body muscle-strengthening activities.

 

“Over a shorter period of time, your body will get stronger, your cardiovascular fitness will improve, you will burn calories and watch your body change in ways you never have before,” said Andersen. “Clients get stronger, tighter, have more confidence and are healthier and happier, even after just a few workouts, it is that effective. “

 

Small group coaching sessions are scientifically designed to boost metabolism, decrease injuries, increase strength, and function better with daily activities. It gets the metabolism revving while enjoying the personal attention of small group setting. Sessions include total body (strength), metabolic (cardio) and restorative training (soft tissue and stretch).

 

Andersen brings the expertise and knowledge she has gained through her extensive mentorships, learning from those who have been successful pioneers in training results. California’s Todd Durkin (Aaron Rodgers off season coach) as well as Alwyn and Rachel Cosgrove (contributors to both Men’s Fitness and Women’s Fitness magazines) are among her mentors.

Convenient morning, afternoon and evening sessions are offered. Visit the Web site, www.achievepersonalfit.com, for more information about class times and membership choices. Sessions take place at the state-of-the-art Achieve Personal Fitness indoor facility, which includes full service locker rooms and showers.

Achieve Personal Fitness, Inc. (formerly A-List Fitness, Inc.) is the parent company that also offers the award-winning Milwaukee Adventure Boot Camp, enjoyed by thousands of women and men since 2008.

 

Through Achieve, Andersen and her specialized team of coaches offer boot camp, small group and semi-private fitness programs. For more information about all the Achieve Personal Fitness offerings, visit achievepersonalfit.com or call 414-312-8891.

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