Serious Fitness for Fighters in 3 Sessions a Week

What Is Serious Fitness For Fighters?

SFFF is a gym that offers free workouts for anyone to join. You don’t need any special equipment or anything like that. Just come with your friends and start working out! If you’re not sure what kind of person you are, then just go ahead and sign up without hesitation! There’s no obligation whatsoever.

Why Should I Join Serious Fitness For Fighters?

You might ask yourself why would someone want to work out at a place where they have no control over their own time. Well, it’s simple: you get to exercise without having to worry about when you’ll get home from work or school. That’s right, you can spend all day exercising and still be able to do something else with your life.

What could be better than that?

The other reason is because you get to see some really amazing people doing awesome things. People who are passionate about fitness and have incredible willpower. These people deserve our respect. They’re the ones who make us feel good about ourselves every single day. So if you’re feeling down, depressed, anxious or just plain lazy, then please consider joining a gym where you can actually exercise without worrying about how long it will take you to leave the house again!

How Do I Get Started?

Simple! All you have to do is find the nearest SFFF location, endure its atmosphere for an hour and then you can do whatever you want for the rest of the day! We promise that you won’t regret it. But if you do, then it’s okay. We understand that this is a pretty big step to take in your life and that’s perfectly okay. Just remember that we’re always here with the same welcoming atmosphere for when you’re ready to join.

I Think I’m Ready.

Now What?

Great! The first thing you should do is find the gym nearest to your house. That will make it a lot easier for you to get there and back every day. Then, all you have to do is show up and introduce yourself to one of the regulars. After that, you’ll officially be part of the team!

Now, all you have to do is wait patiently for your body to change and get in shape! And of course, you’ll also have to stick with the program.

The first few days might be a little rough, but if you can make it past that then you’ll be able to enjoy all the benefits of being healthy and active. Just keep on pushing forward and before you know it, you’ll be part of the community!

Conclusion

Remember that this is a process. Rome wasn’t built in a day and your dream body won’t be either.

If you feel like quitting, then take a deep breath and know that there is always tomorrow. Just keep on trucking and you’ll get to where you want to be eventually.

And who knows?

Maybe one day you’ll even become an instructor at the same place that helped you achieve your goals!

With all of that said, we hope to see you at the nearest SFFF location soon!

Yours Truly,

Serious Fitness For Fighters (And Others)

Life at the GYM

This segment of the guide will discuss what you can expect on an average day at the SFFF facilities, as well as your duties during that time. The list of things may seem daunting, but rest assured that this is just a general rundown of the basics.

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Once you get into a routine, most of this will be second nature to you.

And as always, if at any point you feel like you need a day off from working out or just need to chill out for a little bit, then please do so! Nobody is going to pressure you into doing anything you don’t feel comfortable with.

Okay, now with all of that being said, let’s get on with it.

The first thing you should do when you arrive at the gym is change into your workout clothing.

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