Join Castor’s Leanne Lougheed, from Quality Fitness, in celebrating the 12 Days of Christmas, Nov. 23 to Dec. 4!

Join Castor’s Leanne Lougheed, from Quality Fitness, in celebrating the 12 Days of Christmas, Nov. 23 to Dec. 4!

Castor’s 12 Days of Christmas wellness workout begins today!

Quality Fitness rings in the season with nutrition, fitness, motivation and more

The 12 Days of Christmas have arrived at Castor’s Quality Fitness , meaning there’s no better time than now to get inspired for your wellness routine.

Understanding that three essential pillars of health are fitness, nutrition and motivation, Quality Fitness owner and certified personal trainer Leanne Lougheed has pulled them all together for this holiday-themed promotion.

Starting Nov. 23 and continuing to Dec. 4, each day will be different, but all will include a nutrition element, a mini workout, motivation and of course a little treat – watch for discounts on apparel, protein powders, skin care products and other essentials that can help you feel your best (as an extra hint of what’s to come, expect these to build through the 12 days, to something extra special at the end!)

And because the holidays are all about giving, Leanne also invites existing members to bring a buddy along to a gym workout or class for free.

In keeping with current protocols due to COVID-19, members are required to reserve their gym or class time online to ensure appropriate numbers. To book your buddy’s visit, please contact Leanne directly.

Quality Fitness is more than a fully-equipped gym space. Its knowledgeable, experienced instructors also lead a variety of small-size classes and provide full personal training services.

“There’s no judgement here – we want to make fitness and wellness enjoyable and accessible, no matter where you’re starting from or what you want to achieve,” Leanne says.

Gym users appreciate the accessible nature of the Quality Fitness studio – with an approachable team, a wide variety of fitness equipment and an inviting, clean space. As client Crystal notes,”The atmosphere and energy in the studio are amazing!”

Give the gift of wellness

Of course, the gift of wellness is a gift from the heart (and for the heart). For the fitness buff on your list, or anyone who wants to build a little more fitness and nutrition into their lives, the Quality Fitness team has lots of ideas, from memberships and workout gear to stocking stuffers like yummy protein bars, skincare products and muscle balm.

Shopping locally this Christmas just got a whole lot easier!

Excited to jump-start your fitness routine? Check out Quality Fitness on Facebook to stay up to date with all the news or call Leanne today at 780-237-8582.

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