MOTIVATION: James and Tracie Kelly look forward to continuing to bring fun workouts.
MOTIVATION: James and Tracie Kelly look forward to continuing to bring fun workouts.

Sin-Ergy celebrates one year of fitness and fun

OWNERS of Biloela's Sin-Ergy Strength, James and Tracie Kelly, will be spreading the message that fitness is fun and everyone is welcome at their gym as it celebrates its one-year anniversary on Saturday, July 6.

Mr Kelly said the business opened last year with the aim of motivating locals to join in, get fit, and enjoy themselves.

He said the morning celebration from 8am-10am would include a big, free community workout so everybody is invited.

Coffee shop The Grassroots Living room will take orders, there will be supplement giveaways, and Lorna Jane from Rockhampton will be holding a pop-up store and have donated a $50 gift card as a lucky door prize.

Mr Kelly said the gym offered three daily functional fitness classes at 5am, 5.20pm, 6.30pm and an occasional Saturday class.

The classes, which are coach-led, include a strength component, and a conditioning high-intensity workout.

"They're group classes which give you that good community feel and means people can cheer each other on and have a laugh,” Mr Kelly said.

He said three new coaches were also being employed, and the overall atmosphere and community approach meant people often came to the same classes, got to know each other, and supported each other in their fitness goals.

"At the end of the day fitness should be fun. Some people have a bad day at work and they just come and switch off.”

Mr Kelly said a local fundraising group - the Good Girls Giving Back (GGGB) - would be organising a barbecue for donations at the gym's birthday celebrations.

GGGB is a community group made up of girls of all ages and from the surrounding areawho wanted to support each other and give back to the community.

"They will be providing a BBQ for donations as well as selling merchandise for different organisations including R U OK?”