Have you ever seen those treadclimber commercials and wondered it they were real? Well, they are! And the newest one is starring a woman from Estevan, Saskatchewan. You can read about her amazing experience in this blog post.Read More
It’s a new year, and with that comes New Year’s Resolutions. For many people, health and fitness goals are at the top of the list. In fact, according to a study from the Bank of Montreal, in 2014 the top resolutions for Canadians were about health and fitness (with personal finance as the number two issue).
Setting a resolution or having a specific goal is a great start, but to reach your goal you need to do three things, says Steve Brown, general manager of Flaman Fitness in Burlington.Read More
They say a journey of a 1,000 miles begins with a single step. So I say to you: today’s the day to take that first step towards a healthier lifestyle.
At Flaman Fitness, that is our mantra, our battle cry, our philosophy. We believe that health and fitness is for everyone. And today’s the day to start. Today’s the day to make that commitment to yourself. You can start your fitness journey in any way...Read More
The holidays are upon us. And that means Christmas parties, Christmas baking and chocolates and treats wherever you look. Temptation is everywhere – but that doesn’t mean your diet or healthy habits have to go out the window. Here are some helpful tips for finding that balance between enjoying yourself and still staying healthy over the holidays.Read More
One of our salesmen is stepping into the ring to raise money for a local charity through a social boxing match.
Fight 4 The Cause is a charity boxing classic in Victoria, B.C. that pits local personalities against each other for a good cause. This year’s main charity is The Mustard Seed, a non-profit that fights hunger and poverty on Vancouver Island.
Flaman’s own Paul Clare will be boxing in the event, a red carpet gala that takes place at the Victoria Conference Centre on November 22.Read More