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One of the most popular questions discussed this time of year in kitchens all across the U.S. is, how much should our Thanksgiving turkey weigh? Will a 13 pound bird be sufficient or should we go with the 15 pound bird this year? Hey, this is important stuff! Whoops. Did someone say, “stuff” – as in stuffing and stuffed?
Millions of Americans struggle with the questions of “how?”, “how often?” and “how long?”
Are mice really giving up cheese? If you are thinking, “Why, this is absurd”, then you would be correct. This is not some new government mandated health and wellness initiative aimed at creating healthier eating habits for our cute, little rodent friends. It is, however, a metaphor designed to illustrate the frustration millions of Americans experience when it comes to getting and staying fit.
When was the last time you checked your Smartphone for an incoming email, text message or social network update? Be honest. Five minutes? Three minutes? Once, since you started reading this article? Your answer may bring an amusing chuckle or it might bring about a startling realization of the power of the digital age and our submission to its allure.
Imagine you are standing in line at your local grocery store and a friend, whom you have not seen for some time, spots you and immediately comments on how fantastic you look. “What have you been doing?” the friend inquires. You humbly respond, “Oh, I’ve been working out with my new personal trainer. She also trains Julia.” Curious, your friend asks, “Julia who?” Mustering every last ounce of humility, you respond, “Why Julia Roberts, of course!” Eureka!
Many Oro Valley residents are dealing with the frustration of their gym simply closing its doors. Here today, gone tomorrow. Others are dealing with the frustration of purchasing a gym membership for a gym that still has not opened its doors.
Koko FitClub, located at 10785 N. Oracle Road, is offering parents the opportunity to get their kids active this summer with Camp Koko, a four-week camp where boys and girls, ages 13-18, will learn the proper ways to exercise and eat. The first camp runs June 3rd through June 27th and the second camp runs July 8th through August 1st.
When you fuel your body each day to handle all the tasks you need to do, follow a few simple tips to optimize the nutritional value of daily intake.
Koko FitClub is changing the way more and more Americans exercise. As Gary Durrenberger, Tucson Area Developer jokingly puts it, “Traditional gyms are like a saddle maker trying to design the latest and greatest saddle. Meanwhile, Koko FitClub just came to town in a brand new Cadillac!”
For the past few months, the big question for Sun City residents was, “Will it pass or fail?” On Jan. 31, the ballots were counted and the question answered - it passed. The proposed multi-million dollar fitness facility was approved. The new question is, “When will it open?”
Ready to make 2013 the year you get fit and start leading a healthier lifestyle? Already into fitness, but bored with your current regimen? Not seeing results? Koko FitClub has the answer.
Koko FitClub, owned by long time Tucson businessman Gary Durrenberger, is on a mission to change lives by changing the way Americans exercise. Finally, there is a way to get a fast and effective workout that helps you reach your fitness goals without having to turn your life upside down. Koko’s patented Smartraining System™ is like having a world-class personal trainer coaching you every time you exercise—at a fraction of the cost. The patented technology makes sure you’re always doing precisely the right exercise, the right way, at the right pace, for the best possible results. All in just 30 minutes or less!
Rachel Rulmyr works out at Koko FitClub about four times a week, which she says has helped her tennis game.
While some spend more than an hour a day at a fitness facility and pay for a personal trainer in addition to a gym membership, others have been using Koko Fitclub in Oro Valley for less money, less time, and are getting the same, if not better, results.