Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) June 18, 2012
Despite fitness and weight loss topping—yet again—the list of New Year’s resolutions for 2012, it appears that more and more Aussies are finding it hard to stick to their promises. Others have attempted to keep these promises with crash diets and diet pills that pose serious health threats. FitTicket.com.au holds the newest answer in saving many Aussies from becoming part of the weight gain statistic. The website recently announced its goal this year of helping Australians stay on track with their fitness routines by using a system designed to match their ideal training group.
FitTicket.com.au founder, Olivia Smith states, “Everyone’s heard the stats a million times. Much like the wealth gap, there’s now a health gap — you’ve got this thriving, although smaller, portion of society who takes their health seriously and dedicates time to it daily, and then the bulk of the population who are sedentary and pretty much just waiting for major health complications to knock on their door. There are so many reasons for this: low self-esteem, seclusion, and lack of self-worth. It should never be underestimated how tough it is being trapped inside your own self-judgment — and this applies to people of all shapes and sizes.”
As attractive as the healthy lifestyle is to many people, for many new starters it’s also a daunting thing as it’s closely tied to how people identify themselves as a human being and whether they think they “belong” in that lifestyle.
Smith states, “Rather than getting caught up in all the reasons why Australia is in its current state off ill health, a practical approach is to look for a solution and try and make it a national movement. The inspiration stirred up by shows like ‘The Biggest Loser’ is something that needs to be harnessed. So how do we turn that inspiration into action on a national level? My focus with Fit Ticket is that barrier between inspiration and action.”
Smith goes on to add, “The most daunting part of starting a fitness regime is just that — starting. Wondering if you’ll be out of your depth, if you’ll be left behind, made a fool of. So we built a website that would help to break down these barriers, and it’s hugely beneficial to people of all fitness levels. Until now, people had to brave the ‘hit and miss’ approach to finding a training group online, trialing sessions until they found the right group. And for those who were just starting out, God help them if they actually were out of their depth in the first session, do you think they’d be likely to have another crack in a new group?”
It appears that this new group fitness search engine has taken every mental barrier associated with starting a serious training regime, and removes it from the equation.
Despite the growing number of obese and overweight Aussies, the fitness industry hasn’t exactly lost revenue and has even raked in $1.8 billion in the previous year. Fitness experts attribute the worsening fitness situation on Australians’ seeming lack of commitment and loss of interest in getting fit and healthy. The growing popularity of quick fixes that crash diets and pre-workout supplements offer are also fueling dodgy goals that call for losing the bulge with less exercise.
Fit Ticket cautions against this deadly approach to losing the fat and instead encourages Aussies to take on more challenging ways that provide stunningly slimming results.
Fit Ticket’s smart and innovative solution lies in its ability to identify training groups based on their suitability to a range of fitness levels, ages, and training styles. Armed with this information, Fit Ticket can then match people with their ideal groups in their local area or near their workplace. Further to this, customers are then eligible for a heavily discounted introductory rate of just $69, which comes in up to an 85 percent discount on the normal rates of most businesses listed.
Who provides the training? FitTicket.com.au brings together Australia’s largest network of group fitness providers from all over the country, to offer better and safer solutions to lose the bulk using the effective, periodic training programs from kickboxing to bootcamp training and everything in between.
Fit Ticket says, “Everyone deserves their fittest body possible, and Fit Ticket is going to find you the perfect training group to get it. Fit Ticket matches you with a group that suits your fitness, location, preferred training style, and more.”
Training programs can be as simple and familiar as running, walking, and kickboxing to advance and challenging as the fitness bootcamp Melbourne or Sydney provides, Muay Thai, and power training. Those looking to stave off the fat only need to provide details like preferred workout schedules, fitness level and training style, and monthly training budget.
Fit Ticket removes the mental barriers of finding a training group giving Australians the comfort and inspiration to get back into shape. Whether it’s a fun and stimulating bootcamp Sydney offers or the usual kickboxing training, Fit Ticket’s vision is to get as many Australians as possible into serious training programs.