What were you doing this time last year?
I know what I was doing because yesterday I celebrated 1 year of it.
Last July I, with a group of other local business owners, launched a new chapter of the BNI networking group in Reading. It was a poignant moment, we had around 28 founder members and we formed a very supportive, friendly and collaborative group very quickly.
We meet weekly and the main aim of the organisation is to support each other in the search of recommendations and referrals for business.
Each week we meet to get to know each other a little better. Find out a bit more about their businesses and support them further. As we’ve got stronger as a group, the energy has rubbed off onto others and we’ve attracted more members wanting to do the same.
Steady, constant, regular effort.
It got me thinking about the last 12 months and what’s happened in the pursuit of people’s health goals.
Take one of our clients from Henley camp.
He joined us last July looking to start exercising regularly in an attempt to make some positive changes to his life.
With regular attendance, good effort and consistency he’s more than been repaid for his efforts. His weight is down in excess of 2 stone. There’s no comparison to his fitness and strength from last July to now and his blood pressure is so reduced he’s either off the medication or on a much reduced dose.
Steady, constant, regular effort.
When we chose a new vision for ourselves it can seem far away and unachievable at times. We may not want to start at all for fear of the journey ahead. However, when we make the steps to steady, constant and regular effort it always pays off.
Whether you are saving money, losing weight, paying off a debt, renovating a house, keeping the weeds at bay, getting fitter, improving flexibility or growing a business group it’s the steady, constant and regular effort that will get you there.
- What have you done before that shows you that you’re capable of this?
- What would you like to improve by using this approach?
- How are you going to start?
I wish you luck whatever it is, just remember though, start today, because the next year will pass anyway.
The end of June brought our complimentary Sunday sessions to a close. With effect from this week we have an online only Sunday membership for anyone wanting to log in at 9am each week.
But for those who’d like the regular commitment to 2 sessions a week we also have a new Lifestyle Membership giving you access to any 2 sessions a week of which Sunday could be one of them.
Both of these are available via the links or if you’d like more details about how we’re helping people use Fit Camp sessions online during lockdown you can email us in the office at firstname.lastname@example.org where we can help you find the right package for you.
Online events upcoming…
Sunday 5 July: 20.00 (zoom) | 7 Steps to Sound Health
Come and listen to Kathryn Wakefield speak to us about how to use sound and vibration to change how you feel about your health. Kathryn is a holistic coach, behavioural change specialist and sound therapist who has spent her career studying people. You can log in HERE on Sunday.
Tuesday 7 July: 19:45 (zoom) | Getting back to your Authentic Self and getting what you want
Become the master of you – Julie Provino will help you understand thought patterns and how we communicate within ourselves and how in turn we perceive our interactions with others. Connect with your conscious/unconscious mind.
How can we break the cycle of negative thinking/negative habits Increase your circle of influence and increase your circle of control.
If you feel run down, deflated after the last couple of months, that you have lost that special vavavoom; if you feel that you have lost control and are stuck, if you’d like to be more focused and positive about your future, this workshop will be for you. You can log in HERE on Tuesday.
Tuesday 14 July: 19:30 (zoom) | Metabolic Balance – What, how who?
How has lockdown impacted your health?
* Are you more aware that you need to look after yourself?
* Do you want to optimise your health to balance hormones, energy and weight fluctuations?
* Would you like a bespoke plan, that’s backed by Doctors and based on real food?
At this online event Heidi will explain:
* What it is.
* How it works.
* Who it’s for.
* Who it’s worked for already.
Please register on this link:
All these events are free to attend.
FastTrack Fit Camp is an outdoor fitness business with the focus on improving people on the inside so they feel good on the outside. In 2019 FastTrack Fit Camp became a Social Enterprise and committed to distribute a minimum of 50% of profits back to community environmental projects each year with the goal of helping our local citizens feel good whilst being outside too.