Nicole Maue

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One Performance UK

Tuesday, 23 July 2019 by Nicole Maue

One Performance UK opened in July 2015 as a bespoke personal training facility and sports injury clinic. From the start, we implemented group training sessions with our signature class being 'One Athletic', a metabolic class using prowlers, ropes and other hardware for up to 10 people at time. Starting week one we ran just two of these classes per week, but now we are up to 27 classes per week ...

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Mickey Holthaus

Monday, 15 July 2019 by Nicole Maue

I have a severe mental illness. When I interact with the people at the gym, however, I feel great. I work very hard every day at the gym or at home, and the intense exercise helps make my medications work better. I have even been able to eliminate two of my medications since starting the gym. Myzone has helped to boost my self-confidence.

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Jon Hill - Core Fitness Studio

Monday, 15 July 2019 by Nicole Maue

"Myzone is fast becoming one of my best purchases, ever"

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Mark Dunne

Thursday, 16 May 2019 by Nicole Maue

So where do I start? I have been overweight since my thirties, and over the years I just got heavier and heavier struggling to find the time or motivation to exercise. I did the usual, sign up to the gym in January, go only a couple of times a week, and just potter about on the machines. This would also be at one of the national gyms.

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Active Nation Case Study

Friday, 12 April 2019 by Nicole Maue

Today’s lifestyle has a great impact on the wellbeing of people, fueling inactivity for many. In 2017, over 131 million UK working days were lost to illness, and much of that can be attributed to a lack of physical activity. Employees that are in the office environment know all too well how easy it is to settle into their desk jobs, pushing exercise out of their minds completely. When lives ...

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Gladstone Case Study

Monday, 8 April 2019 by Nicole Maue

Today’s 21st-century lifestyle all too often compromises the well-being of people and fuels inactivity for many, which can lead to several chronic health conditions. Employees in the workplace setting get comfortable with their desk jobs, not realizing how little movement they complete throughout the day. Even with constant messages telling us how great activity is for physical and mental ...

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