Strive 2 Get Results – No Excuses in 2021

(St. Louis) The past year was a difficult year for many people – the pandemic and the presidential elections were just two of the things. For many people, their personal lives took a hard turn, and now they realize they need to do something.

Strive 2 Fitness in St. Louis wants to help their community to live better and healthier beginning in 2021 and for the future. Healthy lifestyles are good not just for a person, but also their friends and family. As one person begins to change daily patterns, the rest of the family and community can change.

“We can give you lifestyle results and there are no excuses,” owner Aarin Walker explained. The company started in 2018 to help people live better lives. Walker explained it this way:“I am a Mobile personal trainer, nutritionist, and fitness coach who is a strong believer in positivereinforcement and tough support.” Both are much different from negative reinforcement, and work to make people to push farther.

Strive 2 Fitness wants to do even more to help people from all walks of life and abilities. For those who want a good, solid stretching workout there is yoga on Saturdays at 9 am and Sundays at 2 pm. Both are in Forest Park at the Cricket Field.

Need something with some zest? Zumba classes from 6:30 – 7:30 pm on Monday and Wednesday evenings. This is at the Forest Park East parking lot location. Now, what about something fun? A team activity to get your feet moving? Double Dutch classes are on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 – 7:30 pm. These classes are at the same location as the Zumba classes –Forest Park 5595 Grand Drive on the corner of Cricket Drive and Pagoda Circle.

Strive 2 Fitness’ goal is to help women and men to get healthy from those who want to lose weight or eat healthier. The classes are at a park, giving you a chance to exercise with others out in the open.

To find out more about Strive 2 Fitness, sign up for classes, or even buy items, go to their

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