The individuals who work out at Revolution Fitness Clubs in North Haven say there is something entirely agreeable about the environment. It is state of the art with the most recent fitness equipment, yet it is the quality training gave here that draws individuals from distant locations abroad.
23-year-old Kelsey Butler-Waitkus is a software engineer in the male-dominated defense industry. She wasn’t athletic growing up. Right around five years prior she began lifting weights and now contends in powerlifting competitions. She appreciates the physical quality she has picked up and the certainty it has given her in the working environment.
“Especially for young women to have that confidence. To be able to go and translate things like lifting into their daily lives is so beneficial,” she says.
43-year-old Tina Caplan lost sixty pounds in the previous year and says she is currently off of her tension medication gratitude to quality training. “There is nothing like hitting a three hundred and twenty-five-pound deadlift first thing in the morning. Nothing else you’re going to do all day long is going to seem daunting after that,” says Caplan.
Paul Milano is the trainer at Revolution Fitness Clubs. He appreciates considering the increased trust in individuals as they get stronger. “People often think of strength training as a means to get physically stronger but the benefits to strength training go way outside of the gym,” says Milano.
All through the January Revolution Fitness Clubs is running a “Use it or Lose it” program. The expense is $100.00. If somebody trains twelve times within 30 days of joining they can apply that amount toward all the more training sessions at the gym or a Revolution Fitness Clubs membership.
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