10,000 steps a day
That’s the challenge we set all our clients
Not everyone took part, but they ones who did?
They absolutely smashed it
Couple problems though
Firstly, some people didn’t have fitbits or phones that could track steps
Because they didn’t have the aforementioned (great word) gadgets that track steps
Some went out and bought them
Some people didn’t want to spend a fortune on a real fit-bit though
(they cost around 100ish pounds)
so, they opted for??
A ‘Shit-Bit’ instead!
Not a big deal you say?
It’s only a step counter, so why should you spend £40-£100 on it
I get it, snowflake
Not everyone has £100 odd to toss around
That’s not really where I’m going with this though
The reason I’ve been calling them ‘Shit-Bits’ is because they keep on breaking
or just refusing to count steps
I think not, my friend
See, there’s an old saying that goes along the lines of
“If you pay peanuts…you get monkeys”
Dunno who came up with that weird saying but it’s very true
If you pay for something that’s cheap you’re going to get a cheap service.
Which is why I hate when we get messages on our FB page saying…
“How much per session?”
The thing is, we DON’T charge ‘per session’
What the hell is a ‘session’ going to get you anyways?
Fudge all, that’s what!
We offer the FULL package
– and banter of course 🙂
If you’ve had a PT before and you didn’t get all of that
I’m afraid to say you got ripped off
Unless of course…. you paid peanuts
This is why we created our group training programmes (bootcamp & ‘Girl Who Lift’)
Because we know how expensive our PT packages are and not everyone can afford it
So we run a group programmes which are a fraction of the price of 1-2-1 personal training.
Plus you don’t just get accountability from myself & Paul…
You’ve got other members of your group
and another 70ish in our private members only group
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
Peter ‘premium?’ Kolatowicz