You’re Invited: Join the DigiFit Club!
Every Thursday starting January 21st
What is DigiFit Club?
We’ve all been there, adding “exercise more” or “get fit” to our new year goals. But as gyms and fitness classes remain closed or at reduced capacity, it can be difficult to actually get to the gym and meet those #NewYearNewMe goals. So, the Digilant team got to thinking… what better way to kick-start the new year than launch DigiFit Club.
The DigiFit Club will meet every Thursday starting January 21, with an option for a lunchtime workout at 11:30 AM PST/12:30 PM MT and an evening workout at 4:00 PM PST/5:00 MT.
We’ve teamed up with San Diego-based personal fitness trainer John Gunn who specializes in strength classes to offer 6 weeks of guided HIIT style strength training workouts. Each week will have a different focus, such as core & conditioning, or unilateral strength and stability. And we’ll be sure to make all of the classes at-home friendly. So, if you don’t have dumbbells or medicine balls, we have plenty of suggestions for substitutions:
- bottle of water
- heavy book
- gallon of water/milk
- large bottle of laundry detergent
- case of lacroix
- can of paint
- 30 pack of bev. of choice
- backpack full of canned goods
- large bag of pet food
We are excited to invite you to join us – whether you can every week, every other week, or just for a few here and there – we’d love to virtually see you there (and maybe even help you check off that exercise more box on your new year goals!).
Meet John Gunn
Since elementary school John Gunn has been involved in athletics. Whether it was peewee football or baseball, college rugby, cycling, yoga, ultra-running, and even a brief bout of amateur MMA, he has always found it important to not only maintain a physically active lifestyle and a competitive mentality, but to constantly challenge himself while learning new skills along the way, and this is the same attitude he brings to his workouts.
John studied Kinesiology and Human Performance at the University of Wisconsin and is currently certified through the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a Personal Trainer and is working toward a Corrective Exercise Specialist certification.
More about John