GETFIT Fitness Centre
The GETFIT Challenge has grown from strength to strength since its inception in 2008 and its participants have achieved some fantastic results, including improved fitness levels, body toning, muscle strength and weightloss.
The Challenge runs for a 12-week period, during which time participants attend a 1-hour group training session once, twice or three times a week. The sessions include a combination of cardio and weight training exercises aimed at increasing fitness levels and improving muscle strength or tone. The sessions are run by trainers who monitor correct form and encourage participants to ensure optimum results are achieved. The group training sessions are a great way to stay motivated and maintain high levels of enthusiasm!
An eating plan is given to everyone who signs up and this encourages participants to adopt a simple “healthier” way of eating to help them reach their goal weight. Qualified professionals offer nutritional advice to participants throughout the Challenge. The GETFIT Challenge venues in Gillitts and Umhlanga have teamed up with the Luscious Wellness Café to offer participants healthy meal options for their convenience.
The GETFIT trainers currently conduct over 100 sessions at venues in Gillitts, Westville, Glenwood, Durban North and Umhlanga. The GETFIT venues offer various time slots, morning and night, to suit our clients’ needs and availability. The Original GETFIT Challenge is not only a personal goal programme, it is also a competition, with cash and prizes to the value of R100,000 on offer to the most successful participants! Categories include Biggest Transformation in under 40, over 40 and over 50 age groups, Best Physique and Fittest Male and Female, to name a few.
In addition to the KwaZulu-Natal branches of the Original GETFIT Challenge, GETFIT Jozi has been running a very successful Challenge in Johannesburg since May 2012 and GETFIT Port Elizabeth and GETFIT Pietermaritzburg will be launched in September 2013 and January 2014 respectively.
The sessions include a combination of cardio and weight training exercises