WORKSHOP JULY 9th
Join us Sunday July 9th, 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM. Workshop led by the fitness professionals at it’s time! Fitness Results, Dr. Christine Col, Edgemont Chiropractic, and Jeri O’Hara Class ‘A’ LPGA Pro!
Find out what might be holding you back from achieving the game you deserve. Learn the secrets from a LPGA Pro: How to get more distance, hit the ball straighter, become more consistent. And… it’s not what you thought! You’ll hear success stories from those who have discovered the secrets.
Register for this FREE workshop, just email us: email@example.com
THE TURKISH GET UP
LEARN THE TURKISH GET UP STEP BY STEP WITH THE it’s time! FITNESS RESULTS TEAM!
Providing you with the reasons you should learn the Turkish Get Up should convince you it’s worthy of your time!
CUSTOM PLANS TO HELP YOU ACHIEVE YOUR PERSONAL GOALS
We provide private and semi-private personal training that is focused around your goals. We will customize a program to get you where you to want to be.
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