Jumpstart Your Body

May 28, 2019
Physical inactivity is now identified as the fourth leading risk factor for global mortality, followed by being overweight and obesity. Staying fit and healthy is a life long struggle that requires motivation in abundance. From being able to swim that extra length, or run another kilometre to achieving your perfect curves. Finding that boost of energy when all you want to do is reach for the snooze button is what it’s all about, and that’s where we come in to assist you.


Whether you’re a gym bunny nursing your six pack, someone undergoing rehabilitation following a major injury or operation, or an average Joe or Jane wanting to improve your physical health and doing the Argus in under four hours, we’ve got something for you. The World Health Organisation now regards exercise as a treatment, and exercise prescription is an evidence-based way of treating illness and disabilities and ensuring wellness. They recommend that adults aged 18 – 64 should do a minimum of 150 – 300 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise per week.

Sign up for our scientific Fitness Assessment and Exercise Prescription Programme to benefit from regular interaction and monitoring, courtesy of one of our registered biokineticists and exercise facilities. And the sweetener? You can do this without having to pay gym fees


While you’re at it, you may want to start eating healthier too. If food were a drug, for sure we’d have rehabilitation centres devoted to treating it much like those for drugs and alcohol. We have help available! Get going by signing up for our Nutritional Assessment and Healthy Eating programme which provides consultation with a registered dietitian with a personalized healthy eating plan to help you achieve your goals, whether it be losing weight or eating correctly for health reasons, or following a top achiever sports nutrition programme. Remember, excuses don’t burn calories. Sign up today.

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