Photo Jan 2019. Many, many trainers and gyms promise the world. I have been training participants for 17 years (since 2003), it is a commitment, not an overnight achievement. I will help get you to… More
Kerrie Mewett opened her studio KERRIE FITNESS in 2013, after ten years of instructing in the fitness industry. Not content with just moving along at the pace of the big name programs on offer at the gyms she worked in, she decided to create her very own programs and soon had a following. Kerrie taught her own core class “KERRIE CORE” at gyms and her own studio, at the same time as building on her new program “KHIIT” (Kerrie High Intensity Interval Training). Working endlessly on her class structure prior to cutting ties with other gyms and programs and unleashing KHIIT to her members! Providing a new workout each and every week. Keeping up with the times of busy lifestyles. Kerrie’s workouts have you in and out of her studio in just half an hour. No time to think about the outside world whilst you’re training. Sculpted from head to toe and feeling a million dollars by the time you leave.
After five successive “Finalist” nominations in the Campbelltown Local Business Awards, this year 2018, Kerrie successfully won the award for “Best Fitness Services”! A testament to the hard work and dedication by Kerrie for the creation of Kerrie Core and her KHIIT programs… Aerobics, Bench, Martial Arts and Weighted. Along with being awarded Les Mills Instructor of the year Australia Asia Pacific Region 2008 and 2014, Kerrie is one instructor whose class you need to experience “Live”.
To train at KERRIE FITNESS with Kerrie, come and visit her Studio at Unit H10, 5-7 Hepher Road, Campbelltown, Sydney, NSW, Australia. No bookings necessary.
Live out of the area? That to is no longer an issue. Whilst Kerrie has been busy with her members in her studio, in the background she has been building a recording studio with her husband Trevor, to produce online workouts. Just this month, June 2018, #kezfit was launched! You can now download your very own #kezfit Kerrie Core 1 class online at http://www.kerriefitness.com.au . #kezfit Kerrie Core 2 is due to launch on 21 July 2018.
Happy training, happy body, happy mind ❤️
With no small amount of excitement, the launching of #kezfit is almost upon us. Just to keep you entertained, here is a picture diary of the last five years. Enjoy, and WATCH this space. Soon anyone, anywhere can train with Kerrie.
Be sure to Download your at home class today. Visit http://www.kerriefitness.com.au
– You get to have fun moving up, down and around your bench
– I motivate you through your workout
– Each week you have a different workout to play with.. short end of the bench to front, long end of the bench to front, bricks, no bricks underneath
– You never get bored
– You’re always challenged
– I talk you through the whole workout (literally, I don’t shut up! 🤐) You get to have a laugh 🤭 whilst you feel the burn 🥵
– Just 2% of your day… 30 minutes in and out
– You get an adrenaline high
– You wake up sore the next day knowing how hard you’ve worked your muscles
– You shape, tone and strengthen your whole body
– You get fit, then even fitter. Healthy heart, lungs and bones
– You keep your immunity and mental health in check
– You get to work at your own pace
– I give you options, so if you’re just starting out to exercise, it’s achievable for you
#kezfit Bench KHIIT 1, 2 & 3 are waiting for you!! > shop > download
💪🏻 So excited to be working out with you in your homes!! 🏡 Whoop whoop 🙌🏻
Also available to shop and download:
🏋️♀️ #kezfit Weighted KHIIT 1, 2 & 3
🏃♀️ #kezfit Aerobics KHIIT 1, 2 & 3
👊🏻 #kezfit Martial Arts KHIIT 1, 2 & 3
💪🏻 #kezfit Kerrie Core 1 – 8
Every week I film a brand new workout for each of my KHIIT (Kerrie High Intensity Interval Training) programs to keep you motivated, fit and having fun!
Thanks for downloading #kezfit and training with me 🙏🏻
Wishing everyone out there the very best. We will all get through this together.
I have been fielding a lot of questions on how to stay motivated to exercise. The best advice I can give is to keep a routine. Then it is just a part of your day, like brushing your teeth. Which I know, being isolated and working from home may not happen until midday at the moment!!
If you feel a little isolated and need to hear someone telling you what to do. Download #kezfit 1-8. Check out the trailers of these releases at http://www.kerriefitness.com.au
It’s been a while, but Kerrie Core 5 has landed. Soon to follow before the new year in fact, will be numbers 6, 7 and 8… Excited Much!!
No looking for something to do or being bored over the Christmas/New Year break. Enjoy 😊
Soon to be released…
From neurons to hormones: Why your body needs a workout.
Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.
Final part of this six part series, which has showcased 19 reasons why you should take up exercise. Even if it is something you have delayed, put on the back burner you should fire it up again now. From mind, the main reason people give up on their exercise regime is motivation. This is where KERRIE FITNESS and small group training comes into play. Leave the motivation to Kerrie, you only need to show up to reap all the benefits that have been discussed over the duration of this series.
REDUCES ABSENTEEISM. You may feel like taking time off work to go to the gym is a luxury you can’t afford, but by improving your overall health, exercise can help you ward off both acute and chronic illness. You’ll get fewer colds, be less prone to the flu, and avoid the accidents or surgical interventions that can force you to take prolonged absences. In a tough economy, you need every edge you can get, and by showing up for work every day, you’ll maintain that edge over your absentee-prone non-exercising co-workers.
BOOSTS MEMORY. The effects of exercise on many of your bodily systems ultimately pays off in improving your cognitive functioning. There are now volumes of studies on humans as well as lab animals showing that regular physical exercise helps your neurons stay in shape particularly in the memory areas of your brain. You don’t even have to exert yourself that much to experience this memory boost. Moderate walking can help your brain’s memory center, the hippocampus, maintain its health and vitality. Memory also benefits from a general lowering of cortisol, the stress hormone, associated with the improved mood and anxiety levels you experience from your regular workouts.
BUILDS INTELLIGENCE. Along with memory, your intellectual skills benefit from regular physical activity. It also helps if you can build in some mental activity as well. As oxygen flows more freely to your brain, not only does your hippocampus benefit but so does the part of your brain involved in planning and reasoning (the prefrontal cortex). Mental activity, particularly involvement in exercises that require you to respond quickly, also boosts your intelligence and even your ability to carry out activities of daily living.
LOWERS DEMENTIA RISK. Exercise lowers your chances for developing dementia based on cardiovascular illness because you’re improving the flow of blood throughout your body, including your brain. Because dementia due to cardiovascular disease is hard to distinguish from other forms of dementia, it’s hard to say that exercise could actually slow or prevent the neuron death responsible for Alzheimer’s disease. However, by preserving the neurons in your brain, exercise can give you an added advantage should you develop this otherwise untreatable disease. It’s even possible that exercise can help slow or prevent Alzheimer’s disease by improving your glucose and fat metabolism because some of the brain alterations found in Alzheimer’s disease may be due to abnormalities in these processes. For example, researchers have found recently that lowering a person’s risk for diabetes can lower the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. It’s possible that lack of a healthy lifestyle may have led the illness to develop in many older adult sufferers today. To the extent that middle-agers are now more likely to exercise than were their parents, we may actually see fewer people developing dementia in the coming years.
I hope that before you’ve made it through all 19 of these reasons, you’ve put on your sneakers and decided to go to your local fitness studio to find out about classes. No matter what your age, exercise can help you achieve greater physical and mental fulfillment. See if you can add to this list of 19 reasons by finding your own personal formula for exercise success!
Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.
Sometimes it’s the simple things in life that make the fondest memories. Never be too caught up in your own life to stop and enjoy great places, views and friends.
Along with enjoying life, enjoy your health. Come and work out with Kerrie “LIVE” at her own studio KERRIE FITNESS in Campbelltown NSW.
You can also download your own digital class at http://www.kerriefitness.com.au
Strength training is an important part of improving your overall fitness, and for women, it can mean much more. In addition to numerous health benefits, adding weights to your routine can become a form of personal development that builds strength in all areas of life. When I was a teenager, my grandmother used to tell me to stop lifting weights—it wasn’t lady-like, and the weight room should be a place for men. Several years later, she developed serious osteoporosis that put her in a wheelchair. Although most of the lessons she taught me were valuable, we eventually came to the mutual agreement that lifting weights is a wonderful thing for women to do. Today, more and more women are recognizing the benefits of spending time in the weight room.
1. Boost your metabolism naturally
By adding muscle through strength training (even just a little bit), your resting metabolic rate, or the amount of calories you burn daily by just existing, also increases. Athletes are calorie-burning machines even when they are not exercising.
The Bottom line is get your bottom to KERRIE FITNESS and train with Kerrie “LIVE”.
Also download your digital class today at http://www.kerriefitness.com.au
It’s inspiring and motivating to be surrounded by dedicated, like-minded individuals. It doesn’t get much more empowering than a class with an encouraging instructor and supportive people all working hard together. Group fitness is a great way to help motivate yourself and others to dig deeper and push harder in workouts.
Group fitness is a great way to get a workout in without having to think or plan. Each class is structured with a warm-up, a balanced workout and a cool-down.
The warm-up is designed to help you properly raise your heart rate while loosening your joints and muscles before jumping into strenuous activity. The instructor will coach you through each segment of the workout. The cool-down will help you safely lower your heart rate and stretch all the major muscles worked during class.
3. Proper Form
It’s the fitness instructor’s job to not only show proper form, but to also make sure that everyone in the class is executing each exercise the right way. Not only is proper form important for your muscles to reap the most out of every exercise, but it also helps eliminate potential injuries.
Cardio kickboxing, bootcamp, spin, Pilates, Insanity–the list goes on. There are several types of group classes offered by gyms and athletic clubs.
Having a variety of classes in your weekly workout regimen is a great way to create muscle confusion, which keeps your body guessing and ramps up your metabolism. It also helps prevent boredom.
Some facilities require members to sign up in advance for specific classes. This is a great way to keep yourself accountable for your workouts. If you’re signed up and it’s on your schedule, there’s a good chance you won’t skip it. If your gym doesn’t require you to sign up, find a few classes that you want to take and invite a friend or pencil it in on your calendar.
There’s really no other way to put it: Group fitness classes are fun. Between the upbeat music, a great workout and a group of people motivating each other along the way, it’s an enjoyable way to exercise. If you’re looking to add a little more pizazz and fun in your fitness life, group classes may be just what you need.
So come and see what this group fitness is all about. Train with Kerrie “LIVE” at her studio in Campbelltown NSW KERRIE FITNESS.
Also, you can download your own digital class at http://www.kerriefitness.com.au
Your long training season is just underway and already you’re struggling to stick with it. The solution might be standing right beside you. Whether it’s a running club, a spin class at the gym, or a group cycling adventure, exercise partners can help motivate endurance athletes and fitness junkies to get out of a training rut.
Experts agree that working out in a group can encourage a person to begin an exercise routine in the first place, as well as keep them committed in the long term. A review published in the Journal of Medicine and Sciences in Sport and Exercise identified a number of studies that link social support with exercise adherence.
“Having someone to experience the workout with can help keep them motivated,” says Cindra Kamphoff, a certified sport psychology consultant at The Runner’s Edge in Mankato, Minnesota. “By knowing others are experiencing this same thing, it normalizes the pain and discomfort that can be a part of exercise.”
Group exercise has its challenges. But the pros often far outweigh logistical hurdles and other complications. If you’re looking to start an exercise routine for the first time, or reignite your passion for a sport or fitness regimen, try to recruit a few friends or join an organized club, group or organization. When it comes to working out, there’s strength in numbers.
Challenges to Group Exercise
- Size: If a group is too big, you can end up feeling lost in the crowd. Rather than being motivated, the group allows you to get away with giving less than your all. Be sure to find a group that provides some individual attention.
- Bad Instructors: While most coaches and teachers are good at what they do, you may need to shop around to find the best fit. Find an instructor who will motivate, not frustrate, you.
- Waning Confidence: Joining a group can take some guts, especially if you’re new to the sport or activity. Look for a supportive, likeminded group to cut down on your anxiety.
- Lack of Options: Depending on where you live, group exercise options can be limited. Don’t let the lack of a group stop you. Instead, consider starting your own.
Benefits of Group Exercise
- Accountability: You’re less likely to skip a workout if you work out with friends in an organized group.
- Camaraderie: Working out with a group turns exercise into a social activity. It’s no longer a chore, but a healthy getaway that you might just start to look forward to.
- Identity: When you workout with others, the activity tends to form a link with your identity. The group builds, feeds, and maintains that image you’ve created. Ultimately, it can help you stick with your routine.
- Competition: Friendly competition can help motivate you to exercise even on the days you don’t feel like working out. You’re less likely to skip a workout if you know your competition will be waiting for you.
- Encouragement: On the days you’re feeling sick or unmotivated, the group often picks up the slack and helps restart your engine.
- Enjoyment: Working out alone can get boring and suddenly you’re not having fun anymore. Sharing your training experience with others—both the challenges and triumphs—can increase the enjoyment of the activity or training routine.
Come and reap the benefits of Group Fitness Training with Kerrie, two time winner of Instructor of the Year Les Mills Australia Asia Pacific region (2008 and 2014) and winner of 2018 Local Business Awards “Most Outstanding Fitness Services” for the Campbelltown area. Visit KERRIE FITNESS today.
Further your levels of fitness by downloading your copy of Kerries Digital Classes at http://www.kerriefitness.com.au
Come visit KERRIE FITNESS in Campbelltown NSW and train with Kerrie “LIVE”
Or go to http://www.kerriefitness.com.au and download a digital copy and train at home.
When you’re trying to be all professional and the Local Surf Life Saving Boys row over to take a closer look.
“Hey, he just took a photo of us!”
Yep, sure did, thanks boys. For the laugh, and for keeping us beach goers safe.
Come train at KERRIE FITNESS with Kerrie “LIVE” in Campbelltown, NSW.
Or download your digital copy at http://www.kerriefitness.com.au