So, Adam wants a testimonial.
He claims he’ll publish whatever I write – good or bad.
Adam is a very confident man…
Lying on my back at 0930 on a Monday morning throwing ten Glute Bridges before I’m properly awake, I find myself staring at a now familiar ceiling and reflecting that I’ve been coming here to Unit 1 for a year.
I don’t really do gyms. (I’ve pretended in the past, and spent a lot of money not going.)
I definitely don’t do a 60-mile round-trip on a Monday morning to go to the gym. (I’ve got 5 gyms within 3 miles of my house – why would I go to Bury?)
I certainly don’t do hyperactive, enthusiastic young men yelling at me to do more burpees in less time. (Except somehow now I do do. And what’s more I like it, and have no intention of stopping.)
I’ve been a member of plenty of gyms for a year or more over the last two decades. The unique thing about this one, is that I actually attend it. I am fitter and happier and healthier than I have been for a long time.
Attending REV is not like anything I’ve ever done before. Classes are small. Classmates are supportive and motivated. The sessions are usually enjoyable, often very hard and always rewarding.
We have four instructors, each with their own style. They can all walk-the-walk and they genuinely want all of us to succeed.
If you want to, you can have your statistics monitored. If you don’t want to, you don’t have to.
If you want to, you can get results-driven, evidence-based diet and nutrition advice. If you don’t want to, you don’t have to.
REV is built round you and it’s up to you. And, just like your mother told you – you get out what you put in. It’s engaging, addictive and fun. When has the gym ever been fun?
Joining REV has changed my life. It’s changed lots of people’s lives.
It could change anyone’s life if they let it.