With all of us being encouraged to continue to practice social distancing, it's more important than ever to get active for our wellbeing. With gyms closed and workout equipment seemingly sold out everywhere, people are searching for creative ways to get active.
Kelsey Davidson, founder of Alive Fitness, offers home workout videos delivered by the Alive Fitness app. This interactive experience involves a series of 20-30 minute workouts that are guaranteed to make you sweat. Curated with the busy individual in mind, each session maximizes time and effort to make the most of your experience.
Alive Fitness also offers personal training, and fitness, business, and lifestyle coaching. Accountability is the name of the game, and Kelsey ensures you stay motivated with check-ins, answers to any of your fitness and wellness questions, and custom program creation.
The community's response to the Alive Fitness workouts has been inspiring. Over 100 women committed to the "Apart Together" 30-day challenge this May on Facebook. Being part of something bigger has allowed everyone to feel plugged into something special without having to be together physically.
If you live in Airdrie and want to get involved, the Alive Fitness app can be set up via registering on the alivefitnessandwellness.com website or can be connected through the GetInTheLoop app, available for Apple and Android devices, or email [email protected].