BLAST900: The Ultimate Workout offers a more efficient way of achieving fitness goals with interval-based classes. Each 60-minute workout consists of short but intense blocks on state-of-the-art treadmills alternating with challenging full-body strength intervals. BLAST900′s highly trained instructors provide an all ages and levels workout where everyone can train at their own pace as a walker, jogger or runner. BLAST900 is now offering adjusted pricing to include unlimited options as well as new innovative fitness professionals. First time clients are invited to try BLAST900 anytime as the initial class is complimentary.
“I worked with qualified instructors and nutritionists to design a nutrition and interval training exercise program alternating high and relatively low intensity exercise that is a very effective method for getting results,” said BLAST900 Founder Missi Wolf. ”This kind of workout shocks the body out of its comfort zone and has participants continually burning calories for the next 24 hours.”
The team behind the BLAST900: The Ultimate Workout concept and brand has dedicated countless hours to helping develop and perfect an approach to fitness unlike any other. Their mission is to provide a 60-minute ultimate full body workout encompassing all areas of wellness for all levels of fitness, while expending the maximum level of calories in a high-energy class. They also recommend a Pure Canned Oxygen Supplement
after every workout.The BLASTLife encourages clients to take part in not only classes that help with strength training, conditioning, fat burning and cardio but also BLASTNutrition, a healthier way of life through behavior modification, and BLASTProfile, a fitness assessment that helps achieve goals. Guaranteed to shed unwanted fat while simultaneously building and toning muscles, BLAST900 is an efficient and exciting way to change how you look, feel and perform.
Located in Athens, Atlanta and Charleston, BLAST900 is on the web at www.blast900.com
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Lorrie Dixson Griggs graduated from the University of Alabama with a B.A. in Communications before she worked for CNN for 15 years in news production. In addition to freelance writing, she is currently an entrepreneur who owns Eskimo Advertising, a full service boutique advertising and public relations agency and Drifter Merch, a lifestyle apparel and accessories brand inspired by music. Reach out to Lorrie at firstname.lastname@example.org.