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Fit My Day is much more than personal training and outdoor group fitness.
It offers you the support and motivation to be efficient and effective with your exercise and encourages you to be the very best version of you. We are passionate about teaching people that staying fit and healthy can fit into your life, and can become a way of life.
If you want to reset, kickstart or challenge yourself - we’ve got all bases covered.
“I have gone from being someone who loathed exercise into it now being one of the favourite parts of my week”
“Being part of Fit My Day is good for my mental, social, emotional and physical health. The coffee and chat after is good too!”
“After a year of training at Fit My Day, I had reached my personal goal of losing 8kg and was feeling fitter and stronger than ever. “
“Once I started training with Angie, for the first time in my life I started to really enjoy exercise”
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On Saturday, I ran 28kms. I ran 22kms, jogged 4kms and painfully shuffled the final 2kms. So it got me thinking…here’s the good and bad side to running!
Many people want to improve their health and fitness and yet year after year it never happens. It’s not until the “I want to” becomes “I will” that the action happens!