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Kelta Fit classes have been validated by REPs

that the music is infectious and you can’t help moving when you hear it. We’re also really keen to help kids to move and this kind of dance can fit very well with other initiatives designed to make activity interesting, fun and rewarding. What challenges have you faced during your journey with Kelta Fit? One of the hardest things was understanding what REPS wanted and formatting the information to fit their templates so we could get the classes registered and authenticated. I don’t know why it was so tricky – maybe because I don’t come from a personal training or dance

background, however, it took a lot of brain ache and energy to get it right. I also spent some time writing a traditional business plan, however, we’re now far more flexible. Yes, we have our target markets and we know what we want to do in the future, but we focus more on the next three months and what we want to achieve then, than being too obsessed about the future.

What are your plans for the brand? We’re developing our Ambassador training programme – we had a training session in Glasgow recently and we’re planning a London training session in early summer this year. We’re also talking with a variety of partners as to how we can work together to use Kelta Fit to be happier and healthier – with a Scottish twist.

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Health Club Management May 2019  

Health Club Management is the magazine and online community for decision-makers in the global health club, fitness and gym industry.

Health Club Management May 2019  

Health Club Management is the magazine and online community for decision-makers in the global health club, fitness and gym industry.