After been diagnosed with mild case of asthma at age 40 without having history of smoking, my focus was to stay active and overcome it. My excuse beforehand was time.
I was full-time during the days, kids activities after work, and my only option was a 24hr gym. I tried a couple except the challenge was to get the most out of each workout. After a friend encouraged me to try Koko for 30 days I did and have been a member since!
The great thing about Koko is that it takes the guess work out of the equation and I get the most of each workout in every session. It fits into my schedule and overall the staff is a great group of people. They treat everyone like a family, and a very positive environment around.
I will definitely recommend Koko to any family or friends.
Meet Alex! A KokoNut who was unhappy with his lackadaisical lifestyle.
After I started my first job out of college, the meager amount of daily exercise I was already getting dropped down to the occasional weekend walk or hike on a weekend (I was traditionally not much of a gym guy).
After a few months, I realized that I was not happy with how I felt at the end of each day; I felt physically uncomfortable and completely out of shape. I knew I wasn’t going to successfully run my own fitness regimen on my own, so I decided to give Koko a shot.
It ended up working perfectly for me; the time commitment is low enough that it is easy to fit in right after work.
I love the fact that I can do a different workout every day without any extra effort or expense (that’s the real killer feature for me at least). After almost 5 years of going to my local Koko Fitclub, I really appreciate how healthy I feel!
(Looking fit is also a plus, of course!)
Stay Koko Fit!
Michael Wood, CSCS
Chief Fitness Officer, Koko FitClub
About Michael Wood, Chief Fitness Officer
Michael Wood, CSCS, is Chief Fitness Officer at Koko FitClub, driving the development of integrated strength and cardio training and nutrition programs for Koko members nationwide. A nationally acclaimed fitness expert, Michael has conducted research as a Senior Exercise Physiologist at the Nutrition, Exercise Physiology and Sarcopenia Laboratory at the Research Center on Aging at Tufts University, and has lectured at Boston University and the University of Connecticut. He has been named Boston Magazine’s “Best of Boston” Personal Trainer, and made the Men’s Journal “Dream Team” list of the nine best trainers in the U.S. Michael and his family live in North Attleboro, MA.
We try to brag about our amazing members as much as possible. This week we celebrate a wonderful KokoNut of our who was able to handle a very problematic health issue because of his training at Koko.
Why kale? What gives this sudden kale craze credibility?
Besides the diversity of uses in the kitchen, its nutritional value tops the charts when it comes to leafy greens. We as people are starting to become more aware of how processed every day foods are and are quickly adopting healthier alternatives.
We all know the struggle.
The struggle of having to choose between giving up the bread carbs, or giving up the pasta carbs. Of course, we believe everything is good in moderation.
But an even better way to go about it – substitution.