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Stick to Your Healthier New Years' Resolution With This Personalized Online-Gym Membership
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Stick to Your Healthier New Years' Resolution With This Personalized Online-Gym Membership

As noble as new years resolutions are, the fact of the matter remains that most people dont keep them. As successful as early January looks, most of us will have fallen back to our bad old habits come February, and by the time March and April roll around well be pretending we never even made a resolution to begin with. Unless, of course, we set a real plan and stick to it -- maybe with the help of a Fitterclub Personal Training 5-Year Membership.

As noble as new years resolutions are, the fact of the matter remains that most people don’t keep them. As successful as early January looks, most of us will have fallen back to our bad old habits come February, and by the time March and April roll around we’ll be pretending we never even made a resolution to begin with. Unless, of course, we set a real plan and stick to it -- maybe with the help of a Fitterclub Personal Training Membership.

Fitterclub isn’t like other workout routines that demand you change everything about yourself -- instead, it personalizes a routine to your habits and needs based on a simple questionnaire. Then you train 30 minutes a day, five days a week, and change your cooking habits to react to special healthy recipes that they design just for you. There's no need to worry about a gym’s schedule or commute or maintaining your routine while traveling, because you can access all the custom-tailored details of your routine from anywhere, at any time, on any device.


Thanks to this special promotion you can get a 1-year membership for $19 (Orig. $119.99), 3-year membership for $29 (Orig. $359.99), or 5-year membership for $49 (Orig. $599.99) of Fitterclub Personal Training.

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