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Alix Herren

I kept seeing the sponsored ads on Facebook and thought this would be an interesting thing to try. So about a week after I turned 26 I finally decided to commit to starting a new journey to get stronger at HIIT Fitness.

The studio is not like a gym at all and because of that I kept coming back. I had just started a new job and just started HIIT so I was trying to get into a new routine and it was tough. However coming to studio would always put me in a good mood thanks to the awesome coaches.

Exercising has never been too much of an issue for me, it's food that I struggle with. My mindset was never in the right place to get on board with eating healthy and I would justify it because I was exercising regularly. I lost about 3kgs in my first year at HIIT through exercise alone and I built up some muscle and could feel myself getting stronger week by week.

When lockdown happened, I now had the time to truly focus on me and change things up. So I did. I doubled up on different kinds of workouts and finally sorted out my eating habits. The weight kinda melted off and I finally saw results. So healthy eating habits are definitely the most important thing if you want to see results. The best news was when the studio opened again! I was too excited to start HIIT workouts again… It had been months. I wanted to see what results I could achieve now with these workouts.

Believe it or not the assessments are the biggest difference in these programmes. They are like motivations every few weeks to check your progress. Your coaches are also your biggest supporters during your assessments and during the constantly changing workouts. You can feel they want what is best for you and push you just enough for you to achieve it.

The sense of family and community is great! You can get inspired by so many people.

The vibe and music in studio keeps you going during the workouts and coaches energy and support keep you coming back.


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