Following a healthy lifestyle has become increasingly difficult in today’s society. Junk food and fast food tends to be lower in price than its healthier counterparts including vegetables, fruit, grains, and the proteins. One Ellensburg business is aiming to change this outlook throughout Kittitas County.
On Monday, November 4 at 7:30 p.m., HFC with be hosting their first annual Central Washington University College Night with the help of Central Communication Agency. This night will provide the opportunity to experience a variety of fitness classes and personal training, free of charge! Those who attend will also receive fitness class coupons that are redeemable for a free class of their choice. CWU students have many options for fitness in Ellensburg, and it is the goal of this event to introduce them to Health Fitness Complete.
Health Fitness Complete (HFC) is a training facility where people can strive to better themselves and shed those unneeded pounds. Located at 306 S Main St in Ellensburg, HFC has many training options to offer the local community individualized workout options. Some of these options include: Yoga, TRX training, Mixed Martial Arts conditioning, self-defense and conditioning.
Come experience this entertaining night absolutely FREE on Monday, November 4th at 7:30 pm! For any further questions, contact Health Fitness Complete at (509) 925-1810.
The idea of HFC began in 2010 by Clinical Physiologist Jeff P. Wood, who at the time was traveling from home to home in order to help individuals with one-on-one training. Wood now has his own studio where he can tend to the needs of others in a more open environment. Partnered with Wood is his training staff that consist of Personal Trainer, Hannah Allen, and martial arts instructor, Tyler Hansen.
“We want to continue to grow our personal training business as well as expand our large and small group training classes,” said owner Jeff P. Wood. “At traditional gyms, you see a lot of sit down machines that work small parts of the body, while the rest of your body just sits there. We train movements, not just muscles.”