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EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE WITH NGOZI

Ngozi
How many gyms do you know in Lusaka where you can be trained by a genuine Olympian? Ngozi will show you how it's done! She has a long track record having competed in the women's 100 metres, 200 metres and 400 metres at the 1992 Summer Olympics, and also the women's 400 metres at the 1996 Summer Olympics representing Zambia. Her husband, Tommy, is a three time Olympian and a quaified CrossFit instructor at the gym.
Our mission is to offer a program to our clients that combines proper exercise instruction, weight management education and getting stronger and fitter to produce positive, life-changing results.
The Go-Go Fitness community is made up of women and men from all of life’s disciplines, but who all have something incredible in common. They all chose Go-Go Fitness because they want to elevate both mind and body when they cross our threshold. We sweat, we laugh, we cry and we breakthrough. We celebrate one another’s victories.

We grow strong – together

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GO-GO CLASSES
If Boot Camp & CrossFit are too intensive, we have a range of other classes available to suit everybody
Monday 18:00
K60 per Session with Fadzai
Tuesday 18:00
K60 per Session with Glory
Wednesday
With Mackenzie
Thursday
With Mackenzie
Saturday
With Shania
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NEWS


BOOT CAMP

The next round of six-week Boot Camp starts Monday 24th June. It's high intensity interval training with an amazing team spirit. No two sessions are ever the same working different parts of your body. It works... it really works! So get in touch and join the Boot Camp.

Every Monday, Wednesday & Friday at 0630H, 0900H, 1630H, 1730H or 1830H

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Come along to Go-Go Fitness and try your first Boot Camp or CrossFit class for FREE!

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WEIGHT
LIFTING
Try Something New
Try Weight Lifting
Never Stop
Research shows that not only can weightlifting improve your body composition and give you a toned appearance, it can also improve your overall health and make you a happier person. Weightlifting can help you burn fat, reduce your risk of diabetes, prevent back pain and even help you fight depression.

Want to eat that extra piece of pizza without feeling guilty? Lift weights! Whether you're into basketball or baseball, weight training in the gym will translate into better performance.

SWIM
Try Something New
Try Swimming
Never Stop
Swimming has been called the perfect exercise. After all, you can get all of the benefits of an aerobic workout without any damaging impact on joints, and it can be done by both the very old and the very young.

It is utilized by athletes to stay strong and keep fit when recovering from injury, and there is no fancy equipment needed—just you and the deep blue. Swimming has many more benefits that those obvious advantages seen on the surface; its improvements to overall health go much deeper.

Swimmers gain muscle strength throughout the entire body. Where runners see muscle build in their legs, swimmers utilize more muscle groups to move through the water. While the legs kick, the arms pull.
TONING
Try Something New
Try Toning
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Toning your body doesn’t just improve your overall appearance, but can help your posture, give you more energy, give you more confidence, and can even help prevent certain diseases.

Muscle toning leads to a reduction in body fat and weight. The decreased weight on the body’s frame results in better overall health by benefiting the heart, the joints, and the skeletal system. If you have a toned body, you'll have more stamina, increased energy, and greater flexibility, and you'll also decrease your risk of developing certain diseases, such as diabetes and heart disease.

Muscle toning exercises can also improve your mental health, especially when combined with cardio and strength exercises. Research has shown that people who exercise regularly have more energy, reduced stress levels, and better confidence and self-esteem. Join our class on Thursdays with Mackenzie.