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Getting in shape is safe and convenient at Snap Fitness

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JEOVANY JIMENEZ, 24, of Shingle Springs, uses the cable crossover machine to build strength in his shoulders at Snap Fitness on Durock Road in Shingle Springs. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

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From page MED27 | September 28, 2012 |

The best way to protect one’s health is to eat right and stay fit. However, putting that philosophy into practice is often easier said than done. That’s where the friendly staff at Snap Fitness in Shingle Springs and Placerville come in.

“At Snap Fitness, we are passionate about creating and delivering wellness programs that appeal to all fitness levels in an affordable, safe and convenient environment,” said Michael Parker, manager. “Snap Fitness offers 24/7 access to some of the best equipment and programs in the industry. We provide certified personal training, small group training and group fitness classes.”

Snap Fitness is a membership club that offers affordable membership options, with around-the-clock access to state-of-the-art fitness equipment. Certified personal trainers are available to help members to achieve their individual health and fitness goals.

Small group training and large group classes are available in both locations.

“We are dedicated to providing innovative and effective fitness solutions to our members,” Parker said. “We even provide virtual fitness classes with the innovative ‘Fitness on Demand.’ For members looking for a challenge, we will debut ‘The Yard: Functional Fitness Training’ in fall, 2012.”

With the resources of Snap Fitness available and the encouragement of the friendly staff, there is every reason to make this the season to begin achieving your fitness goals. Go ahead and make your life a great one!

Snap Fitness is located at 3975 Durock Road in Shingle Springs and at 1248 Broadway in Placerville. For more information, visit snap4health.com or call 530-672-2777 for the Shingle Springs location, or 530-621-2777 for the Placerville location.

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