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RE-BIRTH We asked. . . they said


What advice would you give to someone just starting out with a new fitness regimen?


MARIKA PEDERSEN Personal Trainer, Fitness Specialist, Fitness and Pilates Instructor


Attitude comes first: a new program is only as effective as the person committed to it. Surround yourself with like-minded positivity and be consistent. Be patient—small changes add up to the big picture. Live your best life.


JARED MAZZEI Personal Trainer


The best results come from stepping outside your comfort zone. Anyone can start a set; it’s the ones who can work through the discomfort and finish it who get the best results.


DANIEL SMIKLE-PETERS Personal Trainer and CSEP Certified Exercise Physiologist


Be as objective with your goals as you possibly can. Be willing to do things that you may not be good at or not enjoy (e.g. stretching, cardio etc.). Being pa- tient and consistent with your workouts is essential for long-term success.


32 CLUBLIFE SPRING 2012


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