Why I Continue to Koko


Koko FitClub Chief Fitness Officer, Michael Wood, CSCS

Koko FitClub Chief Fitness Officer, Michael Wood, CSCS

It’s hard to believe that I’ve been Smartraining for over a decade. I have always known the importance of consistent exercise and always enjoyed trying new ways to do just that. Personally, I like Smartraining because it offers more upright, full-body training using multiple muscle groups, working through various planes of motion, just like the movements of everyday life. We all know that moving through life requires us to stand, bend, lift, pull, and sometimes even balance on one-leg, and our workouts should mimic these types of movements and more.

One of the reasons why Smartraining works so well is that it keeps you focused on the quality of what you are doing, over quantity. Where most training and conditioning programs are all about calculating loads and counting reps in a particular session, Smartraining allows you stay focused on moving properly with built-in coaching, while the system does all the thinking and calculating for you.

We all live busy lives, but exercise done right does not need to take a great deal of time. My workouts at Koko have proven that 30-45 minutes, three or four times a week, keeps up my strength level and helps maintain my body composition, even after 10 years of doing it. If I’m looking to lower my body fat level – I look to my Koko Fuel nutrition plan for adjustments to my eating habits, and simply pick up the intensity a bit on my 15-minute cardio sessions.

My goal has always been to do the baseline conditioning work when it comes to Smartraining, and use my newfound strength outside the club to try new activities.

I Koko because I know my body, mind and spirit are always better off with it than without it.

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