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Duke's Fitness Center of St. Albans, VT.
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We're a locally owned gym and fitness center in St. Albans, Vermont. We aspire to be a leading provider of expert fitness and nutritional services for women & men regardless of age or fitness level. At our Vermont fitness center and gym, We seek to establish a personalized rapport with each gym member in order to better enable ourselves in assisting our gym members and fitness class participants. Vermont personal fitness trainer and gym owner Nate Yandow and his qualified fitness staff are readily available to guide you towards greater physical, mental, and spiritual well-being through education, nutrition and exercise services at our Vermont fitness center. Discover what makes Duke's Fitness Center the best gym in Vermont for yourself!
Thanks again for everything. I heard you mention that you felt some insecurities when some folks dropped out of the challenge... please don't. I think that a lot of folks don't realize the magnitude of the changes that come with this challenge. It's not just going to the gym, it's a whole lifestyle change – diet, sleep, priorities, everything. You have been an awesome coach through this entire experience. You've educated us, kept us motivated, interested, and inspired. There's a reason why I joined the fitness challenge at Duke's and not some other gym - it's you! You have a great attitude, and I'm always comfortable asking questions because I know you'll give me a straight answer. So pat yourself on the back, you deserve a round applause just like the challenge members. This challenge has been incredibly educational for me. My husband and I have both really changed our diets, and my husband even joined a kung fu class in Essex because he wants to be more active, and reclaim some of his former strength. We both see the results in the mirror, and in our energy level, which is a huge bonus. We've been walking up Mt. Philo whenever we have a few free hours on the weekend – something we never would have done without starting with small steps, so thank you. I would say the greatest challenge of sticking with the program is my commute. It's a real test at the end of a hectic work day to get in my car and go to the gym knowing it means I won't get home until after 7. The second hurdle has been pushing myself. I think that's why I'm hooked on spin class, because I know Nin will be there to remind me to push it when I start zoning out :) Who would have thought I would like spinning?! So before I write a novel I'm going to wrap this up. Thank you, and keep up the good work. I can't wait to get through this cold and get back into my routine.
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