RTB Fitness Club: It’s never too late to start your fitness journey
Round the Bays 2023, New Zealand’s biggest fun ride, is set to take place on Sunday, March 5, and to get you ready things Launch RTB Fitness Club. It’s an 8-week training program designed to get you fit and motivated to play sports with a like-minded community, whether you tackle the action in person in Auckland or virtually. Each week, we’ll bring you stories to inspire and educate you along your fitness journey. Join the RTB Fitness Club here.
RTB Fitness Club may have been seeing members on a fitness journey for a month now, but trainer Bevan James Isles says it’s never too late to join in and start hitting goals.
While the program is designed to get Aotearoa fit to match in time to run The Round the Bays tour in Auckland in March, that exact date doesn’t have to mark the end of anyone’s journey, says Eyles.
And for those who sign up now, while you won’t complete the full program in time for a fun run, you can easily take part and incorporate it as one of your scheduled training days.
And no matter when the program begins, the program’s benefits will extend beyond race day in March, he says.
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For those already on the program, participants actually see the benefits in the first four weeks.
The video components of the programme, a member of the club’s Facebook community said, “really support your mentality until you get back in shape,” while another said it was great to know she’s on her way to being healthier before January is over.
A program can yield a wide range of benefits, “regardless of when you start,” says Ailes.
“The program will always work.”
In addition to the full 8-week program, Eyles offers weekly Q&A video sessions, and a private Facebook group has an active community of members supporting and encouraging each other through their own journey.
“There were some really great comments on the Facebook page,” he says.
“When you feel part of a community, you feel accountable, but you also feel like you’re adding value,” he says.
Members not only support each other’s successes, Ailes says, but discuss their struggles, which helps keep everyone on the right track.
“These people have never met each other, but they are all really supportive of each other… Shared experiences are really important things in life.”
“You’ll get fitter and healthier, but it’s actually a reality show where you can lay the foundations [of a healthier lifestyle]. “
And in the end, no matter when they started, the program is designed to enable people to form long-term habits.
And this, he says, has no final date.
“You will learn to believe in yourself. You will learn that you can handle the difficult moments in life.
“Eventually we feel better about ourselves when we make better choices.”
What is RTB Fitness Club?
things He launched the RTB Fitness Club with trainer Bevan James Isles to help Kiwis get excited about fitness, build long-term habits to stay motivated and connect with a like-minded community. Whether you’ve purchased your entry to join us on the day in Auckland, or are booked to participate virtually – you’re welcome to connect and also be part of this club. Once you have purchased your entry to the race, you will have the option to also join the RTB Fitness Club.
For $25 you will get:
An 8-week walking training program, walking for running or just running
Weekly how-to videos with Bevan
Weekly Q&A live with Bevan
Ingredient for strength and stretch to help protect you from injury
Access the exclusive RTB Fitness Club Facebook group
The first 250 people to join the club will receive a free Under Armour T-shirt. Join the club here.