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ELIN Fitness Redefined®

300 Yoakum Pkwy, Alexandria, VA 22304
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Business Description

ELIN Fitness Redefined® helps individuals in Washington DC achieve their fitness and health goals. This gym offers personal training through its proprietary method called 4 Seasons Training Method® or 4STM. Backed by science and the years of learning and observation of founder Elin Kanchev, the training program aims for perpetual progression, from the setting of goals to obtaining peak individual performance. ELIN Fitness Redefined® provides virtual and in-person training for groups or one-on-one sessions. Educational workshops are also available for corporate setups.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can kids go to the gym?

Depending on the gym's facilities, children as young as age 2 or 3 can take part in classes. These are structured around having fun and learning instead of strict form and discipline. Older children and teens can gear their exercise routines toward their favorite sports and even weight lifting.

What age can you go to the gym?

The minimum age for visiting the gym to use equipment, including the weight room, is around the age of 13 when accompanied by an adult, though this may vary by state and individual gym rules.

What does “PR” mean in gyms?

PR stands for personal record, a term often used in weightlifting and other sports. It means a person's best performance in a certain area, such as the heaviest lift, the highest number of reps, or the fastest time. You might also hear this referred to as PB, or personal best.

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