Personal trainers at 1614 Aerobics and Fitness are helping clients reach their fitness goals by starting a new contest.
1614 Aerobics and Fitness in Bear, Delaware is offering an exciting weight loss and mileage contest to motivate members to get moving with their exercise goals. The contest is called the 1614 Five Hundred and it runs until February 27th. Interested participants can sign up as an individual or as part of a team.
Participants race to the end of the contest either with the amount of miles they move or pounds they lose. To sign up for the mileage contest, members can simply approach any gym employee at their earliest convenience. To sign up for the weight loss contest, see one of 1614’s certified trainers. These trainers will record participants’ body fat and monitor it weekly.
“Success is only accomplished through a well developed goal, clearly set objectives, and an organized plan,” stated Mike Womer. “Together we can exceed all of your goals and expectations. To do the impossible we need to see the invisible.”
The contest is named for one of 1614’s Personal Trainers, Alan “NASCAR” Bartocci.
“We first make our habits, and then our habits make us,” Bartocci stated. “Are you tired of diets and disappointment? I can help you achieve your fitness goals! I have personally changed my body drastically by committing to changing my lifestyle. I decided to change my life by altering both my eating habits, as well as my daily activities and as a result, I lost 80 pounds and 4 sizes.”
Winners in each category will receive prizes at the conclusion of the contest. The contest is designed to raise awareness for 1614’s annual 5k, which will be held on February 28th.
The mission of 1614 Aerobics and Fitness is to provide the opportunity to every person to be physically fit and continue to pursue their fitness goals in a clean, friendly, and positive environment. 1614 offers the widest variety of cardio and weight training in Bear, Delaware. Members can choose from several membership options to customize their own individual programs and maximize their workout. A variety of weights, machines, and classes are offered to meet personal needs.
Members can expect to improve in such areas as speed and agility training, aerobics, and weight training. 1614 also has special programs for members over the age of 55, high school and college athletes, and clients who need rehabilitation.
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