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8fit Success Story: Kath

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8fit Team @ 8fit
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8fit Team @ 8fit
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When Kath set out to find a fitness app that she could use outside the gym without any equipment she stumbled on 8fit. Fast forward 2.5 years, she's now 900+ workouts in. We just had to know how Kath stays motivated week-over-week, month-over-month. Read on to feel inspired.

What made you hit “download”? 

I liked what I saw when I looked at the preview – the varied workouts and the personalized plan. The workouts looked like something I could do when I was traveling and I was impressed by the positive reviews.

What was your first workout like? 

I began by following the personalized, full-body workout plan and I found the first workout very challenging even though it was only 10 minutes. I didn't let that discourage me. Knowing that there was a workout for me to do each day and that there was a weekly goal to achieve, I was able to stay motivated. It also helps that the workouts are only around 10-20 minutes long.

Have you noticed any changes in yourself – before and after using 8fit?

Yes definitely, I have a lot more strength and stamina than I did before.

What's your favorite 8fit recipe?

The crustless spinach quiche has been a hit with the family and I have prepared that a few times.

What’s your ‘why’? Why did you begin this journey, why do you keep it up? 

I have always liked to keep fit but I travel a lot which makes it hard to stick to a routine. Once I began using the 8fit app, I was able to maintain a fitness routine both at home and when traveling. The workouts are easy to do in a small hotel room and you don't really need a gym space.

What advice do you have for someone just getting started?

Try following the personalized workout plan to progressively build on your fitness. It's also a great way to get to know the exercises and to learn your way around the app.

Do you have a favorite quote, mantra, or motto?

If you continuously compete with others, you become bitter, but if you continuously compete with yourself, you become better.

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