When it comes to pursuing your goals, does the time you start your day really make a difference? Wayne discusses this question in our latest podcast.
Two years ago Wayne Mutata was interviewed by Fine Living Lancaster about the effectiveness of New Year’s resolutions.
From the article:
“Many of us make ambitious New Years resolutions to work out five times a week or to cut out sugar completely from our diets, but does that really work? Once February hits, how likely are you to have kept your fabulous resolution?
“Fitness shouldn’t just be a quick fix,” Wayne explains.”
He went on to explain the iTrain philosophy, as well as to describe the clients he wanted to help.
Neither has changed in the past two years. Wayne is still working with everyone from stay-at-home moms to students to older adults. But, no matter the age or fitness stage, one thing holds true: training at iTrain means not going it alone, and being part of a Lion’s Pride that does fitness in Lancaster proud.
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Two years ago iTrain Studio founder, Wayne Mutata, decided to see what would happen if he entered “The Ultimate Men’s Health Guy” contest, sponsored by Men’s Health.
Spoiler alert: he didn’t win. But, he did make it to the finals and the editors at Men’s Health decided to feature him in the online magazine.
Which is how iTrain, Wayne, and Lancaster, Penn. wound up featured on the national stage of health, wellness, physical fitness and fun.
From the article:
“So Mutata booked a one-way ticket to the United States. Upon arriving, he quickly found work at a retirement community in Lancaster, Pennsylvania—a rural farming town.
While that may seem like an unlikely landing spot for a fitness-driven émigré, Mutata says working with seniors taught him a lot about how the human body works. He later got a job at a performance and conditioning center.”
The description of Lancaster as “a rural farming town” may not be entirely accurate, but the article itself is pretty darn good.
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