We have all seen personal training, but not like this. GETM Training is planning to set the bar HIGH for 2022 as a forefront organization for virtual fitness. With the sights set, the action begins. “This is the health of an entire nation we are talking about”, says CEO Nicholas Gambacini, “The bar has to be set high. It’s those we love we are talking about.” With new age virtual capabilities, a GETM certified specialist meets with you one-on-one, and offers more precision then ever before. The difference is in the approach: A Fitness coach can hybridize their training model, making shifts as needed and allowing flexibility that isn’t seen in other rigid “once-a-week, in-person only” structures. Fitness made fun and convenient (visit GETMTraining.online for more info).
As 2022 rears the corner, they have already made some upgrades to their community. GETM Training now brandishes a new website (www.GETMTraining.online), is set to release a rewards program to reward individuals for accomplishing individual health goals, and is making moves into local communities by providing support and virtual fitness clinics. They plan to continue to do so, in line with their mission of providing fitness opportunities to all.
“Fitness is organic. When it hit the business world, it become systematic. But that’s why we are different: we breed the organic aspect, and let the truth of the training create the results, not the focus on profitable gain.” Nick also mentions the givebacks that GETM Training offers to the local and national communities, including proceed donations to charitable organizations (click here to read about GETM Training). They stand to support that health extends beyond the individual. “Individual health is environmental health, and vice versa.”, says Nick. The Rainforest alliance is one of their top donations, as well as a growing list of others, with no signs of slowing down.
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