‘Useful fitness’

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Sustainable change, habit and results
Sustainable change, habit and results

Went for a ride with some clients today. Wow, what a fraternity of active people out there resplendant in their lycra in the early hours of the morning! We did the river loop which is about 35km’s. We took it pretty easy led by a serious cyclist, Dan from Jack Van Riet’s firm. We were joined by clients, David Heath and Michelle Leversedge along with another work colleague of Jack, Greg. Well done to all. You know this kind of thing is the reason we do what we do on the computrainer. You got get out there and do real stuff in the real world. Useful fitness is one of our drivers here at Best Practice. It’s great to look good in the gym, but what do you do with it?

 

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