Merry Christmas from Best Practice

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On behalf of all of us here at Best Practice, I would like to wish you a happy and healthy break. We hope you have had a great year in fitness and in health. If yours wasn’t optimal, not to worry, let’s aim for a great 2013 because each year there is renewed hope and we all get the chance to re-set and aim higher than the last year.

Check out our slide show of the past year in photos. We will be aiming to have more photos of more of you in action next year.  Life Be In It! “Useful fitness and all that!” If you don’t remember how to earn you ‘shameless marketing’ singlet you just have to join us in an event we do next year.

I am super keen to have the best photo change slide show competition next year too. Something like this! Think what it could mean to you to transform yourself in 2013. It doesn’t have to be cheesy like this one but no one can deny what that change has done for this guy’s life. May be I am just a sucker for a great soundtrack but change is constant and changing in the right direction should be the plan for all of us!

NB: The personal training appointment side of things is shut down from Dec 22 and we are back in to it Jan 7. Small group training will return that week also but will be by appointment though for the first 2 weeks of January. The gym will be accessible for members during pool opening hours over the entire break. Check out the Valley Pool website for more information on those times.

Many cool new things coming next year including My zone which will be our awesome tracking and accountability tool. Check out a short you tube video of the system in action.

See you in 2013 folks! Thanks again for being part of the best practice community.

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