“The positive and supportive atmosphere was such a good fit with my personality,” she recalls. It wasn’t long before she set up an appointment to learn more about franchise opportunities and shared her business idea with her sister-in-law Tina.
So how does it work?
“This workout is different. It’s about women empowering themselves and pushing their limits, learning new skills, having fun and building confidence,” explains Samonte.
Designed for all fitness levels, the circuit is comprised of 13 stations where women exercise for 2 minute intervals. High-intensity techniques reflect those used in boxing, kickboxing, general self defense, and core stability training. On-site trainers help members with form and technique, while upbeat music keeps everyone motivated.
“Yoga might work for some people,” jokes Samonte, “but I admit it’s not for me. People who are “hitters” just get it.”
The concept of local co-founders Jackson and Deanna Loychuk was to provide flexible and reasonably-priced training options for women that incorporated boxing, kickboxing, and martial arts.
“The benefits of 30 Minute Hit go beyond physical,” explains Samonte. “It’s about reducing stress, setting personal goals, and meeting challenges. Every part of your life improves.”
While many gyms intimidate members with complicated equipment and high pressure training programs, 30 Minute Hit gives women access to an easy-to-follow circuit and on-site trainers included in the fee. Regardless of fitness level or prior workout experience, women are welcomed, encouraged and motivated to give it a try.
Today, watching their members grow and support each other in a non-competitive environment is the management team’s biggest reward. Anyone interested is encouraged to register at their website for a free trial to work with a trainer and be introduced to the circuit. The South Delta location is proud to participate in the company’s annual Women’s Cancer Research as well as other volunteer opportunities throughout the year.
Interested in contacting 30 Minute Hit South Delta? You can reach them through the information listed below!
Address: #101-5000 Bridge Street Delta, BC V4K 2K4
Phone: (778) 434-3140
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