DKnine Fitness Newsletter (12.07.2020)
DKnine Newsletter 12.07.2020
Good afternoon everyone.
We hope you have all had a nice weekend in the sun after a very rainy week here in Wales. Luckily, the weather never gets us down! We run outdoor 1-2-1’s come rain or shine…thanks to our trusty gazebos, motivated clients and our trainers Jon & Mike ????????
We’ve also had some super yummy new recipes come in. We can’t wait to try them. These add to the other 800+ recipes we have on our members site ????
Sunday Morning Workout
The workout can be done from the comfort of any room in the house ???? All you need is a little space to be able to move around…and have fun!
Join us live next week or drop us a message to come and do an outdoor workout 1-2-1
Things You Need To Do To Lose Weight
Don’t overcomplicate it! Fast fixes and not the way forward. You are not looking for short-term results. We work towards long-term lifestyle changes ????
Our pets! We recently asked our DKnine Members to post the funniest or cutest photo of their pet…We had a great response. And we think its worth sharing ❤️
Are you ready to join us?
We are over 30’s body transformation specialists here to support you through this period of isolation. We believe the best way to keep your body and mind healthy is through fitness and regular online socialisation.
P.S. Did you know if you sign up to our programme you get a 2-week FREE trial at DKnine Cardiff when we re-open?
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