One of my favorite things is walking into Rhino and seeing Andrew and Paula Thompson with their brand new baby, all the rhino kids working out in their KidsFit classes, the parents being an example to their kids in their group classes, and then the amazing 50s, 60s, and 70+ year olds leading the way for everyone. I think to myself ‘We are truly a family’ with every generation represented.
We have had quite a few members bring their 50+ friends, parents and even grandparents in for help lately. We want to help save our loved ones from Type 2 Diabetes, Heart Disease, Cancer, Metabolic Syndrome, Obesity and Depression by introducing them to anything that may help prevent it, such as physical activity 1. It spurred us to develop a 50+ ‘Legends’ program. Everyone can feel comfortable and get the help they need at Rhino. It’s never too late to get healthy and happy!
We have 10 total Founders Club spots for our 50+ Legends program!
- As a founder of our new program, you get 50% off your first month of 50yrs+ Only Legends classes AND you get a one on one to start 🙂
- If the class times don’t work for you, we will still be able to help you so be sure to grab your one on one before they sell out.
Here’s all the information to grab your spot today. If it allows you to register, we still have spots:
Click Here to Grab Your Spot in the Legends Program at HQ.
Click Here to grab your spot in the Legends Program at the Northwest Las Vegas location!
None of us want to be a burden to our families, especially if there’s a way to prevent it. Spread the word to everyone you know that it’s not too late to start a healthy program they LOVE. That’s right, this new lifestyle will be fun and rewarding for them, not a chore that they have to complete. I’m looking forward seeing the whole family at Camp Rhino!
1. Willett WC, Koplan JP, Nugent R, et al. Prevention of Chronic Disease by Means of Diet and Lifestyle Changes. In: Jamison DT, Breman JG, Measham AR, et al., editors. Disease Control Priorities in Developing Countries. 2nd edition. Washington (DC): The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank; 2006. Chapter 44. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK11795/ Co-published by Oxford University Press, New York.