Wow February 2024….. already!

Welcome to February at The Klub! As we dive into the second month of the year, we are excited to bring you another edition of our newsletter packed with exciting updates, fitness tips, and special events happening at The Klub.

New Year, New Goals

We hope you’re still going strong with your New Year’s resolutions! If you’re looking for some extra motivation or guidance, our team of experienced trainers is here to help you every step of the way. Whether you’re aiming to lose weight, build muscle, or improve your overall fitness, we’ve got the tools and expertise to support your journey.

February Class Spotlight

This month, we’re shining the spotlight on our new Flex n Flow class! Join us for a blend of strength and stretch training with resistance bands. It’s the perfect way to improve flexibility, build muscle tone, and de-stress after a long day. On the timetable every Thursday 4:45pm

Valentine’s Day Special

Show your body some love this Valentine’s Day with a special offer from The Klub! Treat yourself or your loved ones to a gift of health and wellness with our discounted membership packages. Stay tuned for more details on how you can take advantage of this limited-time promotion.

What’s happening

We are planning a fun packed year with social and charity events. So please keep your eyes peeled as this year is going to be jam packed.

From charity Spin a Thon to a Run the Runway.

From a Klubbers 50th Mud Run at Errol to a summer social sorree.

From a new hillwalking group to our end of year Christmas Party.

2024 is going to be epic!

Thank you for being part of The Klub family! We are grateful for your continued support and commitment to health and wellness. Here’s to a fantastic February filled with sweat, smiles, and success!

Stay strong,

KK and the Klub fitness team xx

What a difference a year makes.

             Fiona’s Journey: A Year of Dedication and Growth at The Klub

It’s been a remarkable journey witnessing Fiona’s transformation over the past year at The Klub. From her first tentative steps into the klub to becoming a pillar of dedication and inspiration, Fiona’s commitment to her fitness journey is truly amazing.

Just one year ago, on January 5th, Fiona embarked on her fitness journey with determination and a willingness to push herself beyond her comfort zone. Despite the initial challenges and uncertainties, Fiona embraced the supportive environment of The Klub with open arms, eager to embark on a path of self-improvement and wellness.

What sets Fiona apart is her unwavering dedication and perseverance. Week after week, she showed up, ready to give her all in every personal training session. Whether it was sweating it out on the treadmill, hitting the weights, or challenging herself with new exercises, Fiona approached each session with an unparalleled level of focus and determination.

But Fiona’s dedication extends far beyond the walls of the gym. She’s not just committed to her own fitness journey; she’s also a beacon of encouragement and support for those around her. Especially her family, encouraging them to come along to be a part of the klub fitfam. She also offers words of encouragement to a newcomer or celebrating the achievements of her fellow gym members, Fiona’s positive energy and unwavering support uplifts the entire Klub community.

What’s truly remarkable about Fiona’s journey is the progress she’s made both physically and mentally. She’s not just getting stronger and fitter with each passing day; she’s also growing more confident, resilient, and empowered. Through her dedication and hard work, Fiona has proven that anything is possible with determination and perseverance.

As we celebrate Fiona’s incredible journey, let us all be inspired to push ourselves beyond our limits and embrace the transformative power of fitness. Whether you’re just starting out or well into your fitness journey, Fiona’s story serves as a reminder that with dedication, passion, and unwavering commitment, anything is possible.

Here’s to Fiona and her unwavering dedication to The Klub – a shining example of what it means to live life with purpose and determination. We can’t wait to see where the next year takes you, Fiona. Keep shining bright!

Our Klubber Sam is turning 50………..

                                 Let’s celebrate a klubbers big birthday.

Sam Russell is turning 50 and in a way of celebrating she is inviting all her Klub fitfam to take part in the Errol Mud Run on Saturday 22nd June 2024. Sam is hoping 100 friends can join her in donating £10 each to help fundraise in memory of the amazing Robert Muirhead.  Target to raise £1000 to a chosen charity of Roberts family. Just giving page will be set up and all money collected on here for registration will be transferred over.
As we celebrate Sam’s dedication and spirit, let us all be inspired to approach our own fitness goals with the same level of enthusiasm and determination. Together, we can achieve incredible things and create a community where everyone feels supported, encouraged, and empowered to live their healthiest, happiest lives.

Next time you’re at The Klub, be sure to high five Sam and tell her you have signed up !

Sign up here

Just hanging around………..

                                 The Benefits of Hanging in Exercise.

When it comes to exercise, we often focus on movements like lifting, pushing, and squatting. However, there’s one underrated yet incredibly beneficial exercise that tends to fly under the radar: hanging. Whether it’s from a bar, rings, or even a tree branch, incorporating hanging into your routine can yield a myriad of benefits for both your physical and mental well-being.

Builds Upper Body Strength: Hanging engages a variety of muscle groups in your upper body, including your forearms, shoulders, back, and core. By hanging and supporting your body weight, you’re essentially performing a form of isometric exercise that helps strengthen these muscles over time.

Improves Grip Strength: Hanging exercises require you to grip onto a bar or other apparatus tightly. As a result, your grip strength improves, which can have a positive impact on various other exercises and daily activities that require grip strength, such as lifting weights, carrying groceries, or even opening jars.

Stretches and Decompresses the Spine: Hanging allows your spine to decompress and elongate, which can help alleviate compression and tension that builds up throughout the day, especially if you spend a lot of time sitting or standing. This can contribute to better spinal health and posture over time.

Enhances Shoulder Mobility:Hanging involves a full range of motion for your shoulders, helping to improve flexibility and mobility in this crucial joint. Over time, regular hanging exercises can help prevent shoulder injuries and improve overall shoulder health.

Promotes Joint Health:Hanging exercises can also help lubricate and nourish the joints in your shoulders, elbows, and wrists by promoting synovial fluid production. This can contribute to better joint health and reduce the risk of conditions like arthritis.

Mental Health Benefits: Hanging exercises, particularly in outdoor settings, can provide a sense of freedom and connection with nature. The act of hanging and swinging can be fun and exhilarating, releasing endorphins and reducing stress levels.

Incorporating hanging into your exercise routine doesn’t have to be complicated. Start with simple hangs and gradually progress to more challenging variations, such as pull-ups or leg raises. Experiment with different grip widths and hand positions to target different muscle groups and keep your workouts varied and engaging.

Whether you’re looking to build strength, improve flexibility, or simply add a new dimension to your fitness routine, hanging exercises offer a multitude of benefits that shouldn’t be overlooked. So, next time you’re at the gym or out for a stroll in the park, don’t hesitate to hang around and reap the rewards of this simple yet effective exercise technique.

Wanderers are heading to the hills.

                                 Wanderers Hillwalking and Rambler groups

From April we are introducing a Sunday Walking group.

Ramblers: Shorter walks on a Sunday afternoon. Distance 7 – 10 km and 2 – 3 hours duration. Meeting at The Klub and aiming for a 13.00 departure. Aimed at folks who would like a walk with a bit of variation and some scenery but not TOO many ups and downs (there will be some smallish hills).

Hillwalkers: Longer more sustained mountain walks for experienced walkers again on a Sunday. Distance 12 -24 km and 4 – 8 hours duration aiming to climb Munros on each occasion. Meeting at The Klub and aiming for a 10.00 departure (but may have to leave earlier for longer walks).

Kit:Both groups will need walking boots and a waterproof jacket or cagoule as a minimum. Hillwalkers will require sufficient food and water for a day on the hills and additional warm clothing.

In order to get an idea of potential numbers if you’re interested can you please get in touch.

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