The gym is not always a comfortable haven for people who do not have a figure that fits into the modern canons of beauty. So the Austrian plus-size trainer decided to start a new trend – she opened a fitness club aimed at overweight people. The venture turned out to be a great success, as other institutions followed her example. Further initiatives of this kind prove that sport is an area for absolutely everyone, regardless of size.
You can often see the importance of appearance in traditional gyms. Sometimes fitness clubs look more like a fashion catwalk than a place for physical activity. This makes people with a figure that differs from the accepted ideals may feel excluded. This situation was immediately remedied by a popular plus size trainer from Austria. She came up with the idea of founding a club especially for people who are more or less overweight.
Elisabeth Axmann-Marcinkowski is a bit different from many of her fellow athletes because of her curves. But that doesn’t mean that she doesn’t lead a healthy lifestyle. On the contrary – Elisabeth is a true exercise specialist and enjoys sharing her knowledge with other fitness enthusiasts.
“Elly Magpie. Fitness for everybody” is a friendly place for every fuller-figured person who would like to start or continue their adventure with regular exercises. You will find both zumba and strength training on offer. What’s more, Elisabeth’s training plans take into account all the inconveniences that overweight sports enthusiasts have to face on a daily basis. This ensures that everything is done in a completely safe and coordinated manner. Elly Magpie’s club has been extremely popular since its inception, with hundreds of visitors every day!
All over the world you can find more and more places for plus size training. This also applies to Poland – the web is full of exercises that people with excess weight should practice in order to get in the best shape for themselves. After all, physical activity can be practiced by anyone – it all depends on the level of our motivation and self-denial in pursuit of our goal.
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