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Group PT Feedback 2017

Group Personal Training / Boot Camp Feedback Results Thank you to everyone that took the time to provide us with valuable feedback on our Boot Camps and how we can improve our services to you all. Below is a breakdown of the results, the improvements we will be looking to make as well as the winners of our prize draws. I am a member of MV Health and Fitness because... Achieve a certain fitness goal Socialise, meet new people, train in a group enviornment Lose Weight, Tone Up, Get Stronger Maintain / Improve Fitness Level Rating our Boot Camp Sessions Scale of (1 - 10) rate our Boot Camp Sessions overall. 1 - Terrible 10 - Love It, Best Thing Ever. Rating (1-10) Average Score (8.93 out of 10) 8.93 Enjoy MOST about Group PT... Variety Positive Atmosphere Sessions are Always Different The Results I have gotten so far :) Support & Encouragement from Everyone Fun, Trusting Environment Being Pushed / Challenged Trainers are all personable and approachable The people in the groups. Love the MVFit Community Enjoy LEAST about Group PT... The Airdyne Bike Running lol Classes I like are offered at limited times That bloody bike! Dubious music selections The sled kills me Non-structured Sessions Can get repetitive at times 10,000 Rep Workouts. Race to do as many reps rather than timed exercises What type of sessions / workouts would you like more of? [...]

R U OK? 2017

R U Ok? Suicide Prevention 2017 R U OK? Day is an annual day in September (today, 14/9) dedicated to remind people to ask family, friends and colleagues the question, "R U OK?", in a meaningful way, because connecting regularly and meaningfully is one thing everyone can do to make a difference and even save lives. We have built a fantastic fitness community here at Moonee Valley Health and Fitness and we are proud to support R U OK? Day and promoting their cause. By encouraging meaningful conversations about mental health and wellbeing, R U OK? strives to create better connections among peers, helping to improve support networks for those who are struggling, and ultimately prevent suicide. How to start the conversation and ask R U OK? Often we don’t ask because we’re not sure how. These conversations can sometimes be difficult, so it’s important to learn some ways to approach the situation. The R U OK website (https://www.ruok.org.au/) provides detailed resources to guide you through the process, along with lots of great ideas for creating conversations at school and in the workplace. Exercise & Sport Science Australia (ESSA) - Mental Health Client focused exercise plan becomes crucial not just for the short-term benefits on mental health, but more importantly the long standing effect exercise has on overall mental health and wellness. Exercise, when provided suitably, and in a way that is specific and individual to the needs of the client is an excellent addition to other treatment for the ongoing journey towards good mental health. If you know of someone in your life who is wanting to commence exercise, but is suffering from some mental health challenges, or [...]