Sussex-based fitness app for women approaching forty and beyond
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A fitness app that blends Pilates and cardio, with a specific focus on targeting women approaching 40 and beyond has launched
Nicki Philips from East Sussex has launched niix.fit, an online Pilates & fitness studio that offers a range of on-demand, easily accessible classes to suit all fitness levels, abilities and needs.
The app, which is endorsed and promoted by Louise Redknapp, has a strong focus on technique to ensure injury-free, efficient exercise that delivers fast tracked results. A 30 day nutritional meal plan with recipes compiled by health writer Lily Soutter is also included.
After 10 years of coaching Pilates to women aged 30 to 75 Nicki realised that age and busy schedules are no barriers to a fit and healthy life. With exercise helping these women gain confidence both mentally and physically, she believes it isn’t too late to adopt the right mind set and attitude to fitness.
niix.fit is more than just online fitness classes. It’s a movement to motivate and inspire women reaching 40 and over to become stronger, healthier and more confident about their bodies. Making these women realise that leading a healthy lifestyle needn’t be a fad, but an approach that lasts a lifetime.
The app is designed to allow members to curate their very own fitness journey and experiences, allowing them to share their progress with the niix community, ensuring fitness goals and targets, as well as general motivation stay on point.