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Blair Polychronopoulos | Personal Trainer
604-763-8854 | active-horizons@live.ca

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Active Horizons Lifestyle Perfect Pack

The Perfect Pack is a convenient nutritional support you can slip in your purse, gym bag, or briefcase when you’re on the go! With 22 essential vitamins and minerals, fruits and vegetables nutrient, and your omegas this supplement pack will help you fill your daily nutritional gaps.

Testimonials

"I started training with Blair in March 2013 after taking 6 months off from any exercise. I have always been moderately active, through High School I did a lot of swimming and I rowed as an adult. In Oct 2012 we moved from False Creek to North Vancouver, I had stopped rowing and I wasn't close to my gym anymore. I had no seawall nearby to run along and I just stopped exercising - I hated it. My friend took me along to Blair's class and I haven't looked back. I have always had relatively good cardio but Blair has made me strong! In summer 2012 I was doing the Grouse Grind twice a week and was a very difficult one hour (on a good day) since I have been working out with Blair I have knocked off 5 minutes from my grind time and keeps getting better. The class is always different and your body has to adapt and get strong and fit. I love the classes and aim to go 3 times a week at 6am. Thanks Blair!" - Tracey S.
Create your own home gym
Create your own home gym

Workout accessibility is a key component to fitness success.  What could be more accessible than a gym in your own home?  Not only is it affordable and practical, but you can also maximize the time you spend working out by cutting down on your commuting time.  You can use it anytime and with a little guidance from a fitness professional, you can exercise to your full potential.  

It is clear that exercising at home has multiple benefits, but where do you start?  What type of equipment do you need?  How can you work out in the limited space that have?