Fitness studio for busy people

StrongHearts Fitness recently opened in the Comox Valley.

StrongHearts Fitness recently opened its Comox Valley location at 4635D Madrona Pl. in Courtenay. The location is home to three new businesses — StrongHearts School of Movement, CrossFit Courtenay and MovNat Vancouver Island — that provide fun and challenging workouts that address all facets of movement and fitness. The location features dedicated warm-up and workout rooms and coached sessions six days a week to support the fitness goals of busy people.

StrongHearts Fitness features workouts for active people that guarantee to visible results in 30 days or less. The secret behind their training systems is a cutting edge combination of high-intensity CrossFit and KettleBell workouts with MovNat natural movement training.

According to Adam Morden CSCS, workouts feature “a whole body blast that challenges all aspects of your fitness from strength and mobility, to metabolic conditioning.

“These workouts combine the muscle building effectiveness of resistance training with the cardiovascular benefits of cardio training, and the mobility and mindfulness of a yoga class. Talk about the whole package. The result is an inspiring workout that will supercharge your metabolism for up to 48 hours. You will build lean muscle, gain cardiovascular conditioning and improve mobility. StrongHearts Fitness will help you overcome nagging injuries and chronic pain. You’ll get into the best shape of your life and have fun doing it.”

StrongHearts offers personal training, small group CrossFit classes, KettleBell fitness training and natural movement fitness sessions.

It also provides one-on-one coaching and Functional Movement Screen assessments so that nothing is left to chance when it comes to members’ goals.

Members have access to farmers’ market tours and nutrition seminars.

There is an eight-member limit per class to ensure personal attention. To activate a free one-week trial to test-drive the program, email info@strongheartsfitness.com or call (250) 897-0102 by Feb. 5 to reserve a spot.

www.strongheartsfitness.com

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