Amy Martindale, a certified personal trainer, opened a new gym called All HIIT No QUIT in April. She gives nine 30-minute, high intensity interval training sessions a day called ‘hits.’ For a $100 dollars a month, you can attend as many sessions as you like, and the first three are free. Donna K. Hewett. This story is sponsored by Traegers Bar and SunRay Park and Casino
Good things come to those who sweat, and sweat you will during Amy Martindale's 30-minute, high intensity interval training sessions at her new gym called All HIIT No QUIT in Farmington. You're watching the Local News Network, brought to you by Traegers and Sunray Park and Casino. I'm Hayley Opsal. Though she's been a personal trainer for four years, Amy Martindale opened All HIIT No QUIT gym in April, because she delights in helping people get and stay fit.
Yeah, I want to take your money. I want to help you, health-wise, get healthier, change your lifestyles, change your nutrition, just get stronger and happier.
She calls the training sessions HIITs. The idea is to get members' heart rates up with a 50-second crushing workout, and then 10 seconds off. She said that way, your body will continue burning calories for an hour and a half after the HIIT. Martindale, certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine, is strongly motivated. She teaches nine classes a day.
My day starts at three o'clock in the morning, and it ends at seven. I just live off of caffeine.
Membership at her gym is $100 a month. Members can attend as many sessions as they like, but she doesn't suggest more than two a day. She coaches a little more than a hundred members. One of her loyal followers is Christy Tucker.
I love that it's just my stress relief, my energy booster. I can come in here, and any stress of the day, I can just leave it all here, and feel good when I leave. And so it's my happy place.
Sessions begin at 5:30 AM. Martindale lets people try three for free to make sure the workouts are a good fit. Located at 1899 Mojave Street in downtown Farmington, you can follow All HIIT No QUIT on Facebook and Instagram. Thanks for watching this edition of the Local News Network. I'm Hayley Opsal.
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