ACHIEVE YOUR PERSONAL BEST. DO STUFF THAT MATTERS FOR YOUR HEALTH.

This February the challenge is ON. Achieve Your Personal Best.

In the world of athletics there are many notable statistics: area best, country best, world best … but the most important one for you, is Your Personal Best!Because life is short and is important to do stuff that matters. The list of “stuff that matters” can be argued on and it is different for everyone.

At Club Rhythm, we argue though, that taking care of yourself is something that does matter. If you care about your loved ones – stay healthy and strong and you will achieve Your Personal Best in fitness, and in life. “Taking care of ourselves” takes courage, commitment, and willingness.

Given the nature of our busy lives, it’s not so easy, logistically or emotionally, for us to make and keep our self-care commitments. It’s not about doing it right or perfectly, or even about following some detailed plan to a tee.
It’s simply about remembering that we deserve to take care of ourselves, and when we do, it not only nourishes us but also allows us to be available for important things and people in our lives.

Mike Robbins from his book Nothing Changes Until You Do.

Eat Well. Move Well. Think Well.
Do stuff that matters for your health and see below all the details on how to join the challenge!

YOUR PERSONAL BEST – CHALLENGE DESCRIPTION

If we were to tell you that this months challenge will benefit your heart, improve your balance, strengthen your bones, and help you lose weight all while making you look and feel better, wouldn’t you want to get started? Then JOIN NOW!

  • Attend Pilates everyday, 4th Feb to 1st March.
  • Every session increase the load and resistance with the props / weights provided.
  • Practice daily mindfulness exercise and self-awareness as you walk, eat, breathe.
  • Eat a healthy / balanced diet. Watch your portions. Remove sugar and alcohol.
  • Record your result at the end of the session.
  • Join the celebration and prize ceremony on 2nd March.
JOIN THE CHALLENGE
self care is not selfish