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Winter is here and FitHab is ready to help with fitness goals in the new year.

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Welcome to the FitHab® website! I would like to thank my family, friends and clients for another wonderful year and wish everyone a happy holiday season and the very best for 2021! If you or someone you know would like to make some changes for the new year in regards to fitness, FitHab has training service options to meet your goals and needs. FitHab offers personal one on one training services, small group training, and […]

The Autum weather and COVID-19

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Welcome to the FitHab website! I hope my message finds you and yours safe, healthy, and fit. So happy to see that these large fires have been extinguished and that people are outside again breathing cleaner air. It’s great to see families out walking, joggers, cyclists, and others moving about the community. Many people are concerned with the spike in COVID-19 in the recent weeks. People interested in training have asked me if I wear […]

Get moving this October!

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I hope my message finds you and yours safe, healthy, fit, and free of the smoke and fires. Last time I posted this picture and the sky looked apocalyptic. A week later the air was back to normal. The fact that these fires are occurring earlier and more often has made my line of work difficult but not impossible. The fires have significantly contaminated air quality and we can take measures to prevent or reduce […]