Welcome to the Gym
Let’s face it if you haven’t been to a gym before you might assume it’s a bunch of over-muscled cliques who are upset that you’re on their turf. Nothing could be further from the truth at Aspire Fitness. From day one we have prided ourselves on being a safe, fun environment that you can succeed in. Plain and simple.
Introduce people to Aspire Fitness
Class – Open Ended
Never the less it is easy to feel that way, which is why I am so excited about our Welcome to the Gym program. The idea is simple, a super small group for newcomers to the gym. Already been to a gym but curious about Aspire? Great come and join us. The workouts are short and for a beginner level. Nothing too complicated, just some simple movements to get you used to the gym, lift some dumbbells, maybe do some core work. We will give you a little taste of what being at a gym is all about. So next time you’re in a gym you will have the knowledge to help someone start their fitness journey and show them that it’s actually not that scary and can be a fun inviting place.
He’s the cutest trainer ever!Jason’s Mom
This is free for everyone new to Aspire Fitness, no obligation to buy anything. In fact, I will get the sales pitch out of the way right now, we love being people’s first step into health and wellness and would like to extend a 10% discount for your first month if you choose to sign up with us. We will gladly answer questions for you at the Welcome to the Gym class but it’s not about high-pressure sales it’s about you feeling safe in an environment you can reach your goals.
I thought it would be helpful if you knew a little something about me prior to signing up for this. The first and probably most important thing is that I feel I look pretty awesome in vests. I’m human, much like everyone who comes to Aspire. We are real people who rarely take ourselves too seriously. I started Aspire Fitness because I needed a job when I was 21, 15 years later here we are. The direction of Aspire has changed over the years but one thing has stayed constant, it is a safe place. What does that mean? I believe that everyone should get the ‘Norm Treatment’ meaning you should be welcomed at the door, even if it’s us shouting across the floor to welcome you, it is important that you know you are noticed and recognized. The added bonus of this is that everyone now knows your name and can easily introduce themselves to you. That’s what Aspire is all about, a community, making friends and being part of something. I have been fortunate enough to watch many friendships develop on the gym floor, I have been included in some of them but more often than not I get to sit back and smile as I see someone make a new friend who shares their passion for a healthy happy lifestyle.