DKnine Fitness Newsletter (21.08.2020)
DKnine Newsletter 21.08.2020
Good afternoon everyone! We are moving into our 3rd week of re-opening here at DKnine and we are so thrilled with everyone’s responses. We have welcomed over 10 new clients onto our 6 Week Programme and we’re so excited to see their results. We continue to follow all of the government guidelines, providing a fun, friendly and most importantly, safe environment for the over 30’s of Cardiff to exercise in.
Weeks Left of The Year
What are your goals for the rest of the year? Believe it or not there are 19 weeks left. If we take a week off for christmas this leaves us 18 weeks to see some awesome results – that is our 6 week course 3 times over! We recommend 3 sessions a week alongside healthy eating and a serious dose of motivation. If you are ready to put the work in, we are ready to help
Sweet Potato Fritata Recipe
Do you struggle with breakfast? Here’s a recipe you can prep the night before ???????? And it looks so so tasty. Give it a try and let us know how you get on
Shoutout to Our Brilliant Clients
Our clients no longer view exercise as a punishment. They have joined DKnine and LOVE it. They feel:
More confident ????
Stronger immune system ????
More energised ????
Less brain fog ????
Improved digestion ????
Stronger – physically and mentally ????????
No one is forcing them to exercise and eat well…But they choose to do it, for all of the above reasons ⬆️
Are you ready to join us?
WE ARE OPEN
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????800+ healthy recipes & meal plans
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…and much more!
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