Fit Club Perth is a new health and fitness blog encouraging others to join us
Perfectly staged photographs, green juices, morning groceries and quinoa salads.
The online world of fitness blogging is a growing phenomenon, with fit and healthy lifestyles providing a dose of morning inspiration.
But four Perth-based bloggers are changing the face of the industry with their combined blog, Fit Club Perth.
Emily Suresh, Adelle Cousins, Monique Ceccato and Jenelle Witty told Daily Mail Australia their blog has not only inspired others to follow their fitness goals, but has inspired them to take action by joining their journey to health. and well-being.
Fit and healthy: Four Perth bloggers started their own health and fitness blog, Fit Club Perth
Motivation: Emily Suresh (left) and Jenelle Witty (right) are passionate about health and fitness
“The tangible aspect of Fit Club Perth is where we differentiate ourselves from other health and fitness blogs,” the girls said.
“Rather than just reading our experience with certain products and courses, we really want to invite the reader to come and experience it for themselves, because sometimes you just can’t fully understand the idea through photos. and words.
“Our goal is to invite readers to the lessons… have them test drive some of the great food and drink options out there and even engage them in Q&A with some of our favorite subject matter experts. of health and well-being. “
Participate: Different from your usual blog, Fit Club Perth encourages its subscribers to participate in the different exercises
On the cutting edge: Monique Ceccato, of Little Miss Mon Bon, is one of four women who motivate others to lead healthy lives
TIPS AND TRICKS FROM FIT CLUB PERTH
Train with friends
Find a workout you enjoy doing
Take advantage of a post-workout catch-up
Avoid fad diets and take a daily approach to food
The idea of the innovative club was founded on the basis that exercise should be a fun and social activity.
Emily, Adelle, Monique and Jenelle – who met at events related to fashion, blogging and food – found that they shared a desire to lead healthy lives, but faced the same obstacles in terms of motivation.
“We found that catching a group of friends and going to class was a lot more fun and motivating than trying to go it alone,” they said.
Girl power: The team behind Fit Club Perth found they were more motivated to exercise if they did it together
“We started booking classes together and making it a ‘date’ (this means coffee and brunch are almost always included).
“After a few classes together we realized how beneficial it was for us to exercise together, we feel a lot more guilty about skipping classes when we know we’re all supposed to be there, and we really wanted to. share the fun and active lifestyle that exercising as a group generates. ‘
Although they have no formal health and fitness qualifications, the girls said they shared a strong interest in some aspects of health and fitness.
Strength and Power: Finding a healthy work / life balance is important for girls, who juggle managing their blogs with health and fitness.
Fitness for fun: Staying in shape can be as easy as taking 15 minutes a day to get your body moving
“We all grew up leading healthy, active lives, so we all feel the difference when we let ourselves fall into a less healthy routine,” they told DMA.
“We promote a healthy lifestyle without forgetting that you are entitled to a treat here and there to make you feel normal.
“In general, we all have a simple and easy day. In between our busy schedules, we like to take a class (or a quick 15 minute workout at home / climb the stairs on the way to work) where we can, and we eat breakfast, lunch and a balanced dinner.
Core Strength: By working together and making exercise fun, Fit Club Perth turns what can be a daily routine into a social activity
Fashion in fitness: the bog aims not only to motivate others, but also to inspire their fitness fashion choices
“During the week we are much more routine, making sure we get a healthy serving of protein and veg for lunch and dinner, and a good, filling breakfast.
“On weekends, we can indulge ourselves, and pancake breakfasts can slip in on occasion.
“We try not to be too strict and hyper focused on our diet or exercise programs, but we are making a conscious effort to live in a balanced way.”
Something Different: Fit Club Perth aims to try different exercises and workouts that are not in the main stream
WHO ARE THE BLOGGERS BEHIND FIT CLUB PERTH?
Blog: She does
Blog: Where are the stylish things
Blog: Little Miss My Good
Blog: Inspiring spirit
The Team: By combining their blogging experiences, Fit Club Perth aims to inspire people to take action
To make exercising fun, bloggers plan to “sink your teeth into” weird and wonderful fitness routines.
High on their list are aerial yoga, boxing and biking, with the allure of the Indian Ocean that is impossible to resist as they consider testing their balance in the surf.
“I like to try new things, I do a lot of skate training and hope it can take off someday,” said Adelle.
Fitness first: Adelle (right) said: “I like to try new things, I do a lot of skate training and I hope it can take off one day”
The girls have already participated in Xtend Barre and Lagree at Perth Lafit Fitness Club.
“The high intensity, strength training really challenged me and allowed my body to use muscles I didn’t even know I had,” Emily told Daily Mail Australia at About Lagree’s training.
“I love feeling accomplished after a hard workout and it definitely left me feeling good, if not a little sore.”
Fit Friends: Although girls enjoy different exercises, they all share one common goal: to lead a healthy lifestyle
A dream: Fit Club Perth said: “We are all very different from each other but have similar motivations, passions and goals”
Ultimately, the Perth Fit Club hopes to host large-scale events and engage in brand collaborations.
“We want to motivate all of our readers to come out – try something new, meet us, meet new people and, at the same time, get in shape,” they said.
“We are all very different from each other but have similar motivations, passions and goals.”