The programming of FIT Happy Hour strives for learning the basics and integration of functional movement. Movements such as: bending, lifting, squatting, walking/running, pushing, pulling, and rotating are all focal points. Each class you will have an opportunity to use and improve upon one or more of these movement patterns. We do not stick to one blueprint in terms of programming, but we do use repetition in creative ways to integrate your system for efficiency.
We are based out of a small, neighborhood garage gym in Kailua; not your typical gym! We put in the time and create a culture to learn about each other and encourage our members to pursue or overcome anything in life. A healthy dose of camaraderie is always available!
At FIT Happy Hour, we are open with communication. We love hearing about new fitness ideas, or challenges, from our members to incorporate into our programming as well as constructive feedback to make us better coaches. We are a team and your voice matters to us.
FIT Happy Hour is amazing. Yes, I know that I need to work out regularly: cardio, strength, flexibility. But I’ve never been good at the “regularly” part.
The brilliance of FIT Happy Hour is the Happy Hour part: spending that hour regularly working out with folks who have become friends. We sweat, laugh, and cheer each other’s accomplishment. The workouts are always fresh and designed so that each person can gain maximum benefit, no matter what their level of fitness or athleticism.
I am more fit and happier than I ever would be without the camaraderie and excellent coaching I find at FIT Happy Hour! I even get up early on (most) Saturday mornings for FIT HH!
Aloha…My name is Nani Kalai & I’m 58 yrs of age, and it has been 6 yrs for me. What an awesome experience that is both fun and rewarding. Fun thanks to my workout sisters, brothers, and coaches who inspire and encourage me every day. Rewarding in that although I have lost some weight (20 lbs.), I have been able to maintain my current weight and I feel like I’m a lot stronger. I would like to think that I am now trading body weight for muscle mass.