Our guest is an incredibly talented athlete. He has a wealth of experience and insight to share out of that.

Come learn or be inspired to get out of your comfort zones!

Entry is free, come and show up!

Phase 1 was of our self preservation workshop was a huge learning experience for the ladies.
We discussed environmental awareness, dealing with conflict,escalation of confronting situations and tools at your disposal when all else has failed. Phase 2 will deal with ground defense (Brazilian jijujitsu). Position, escape or submission. 16 March , 8am , Engineering Fitness Hilton. To book your spot go to www.kirstenhansen.co.za . Hosted by Mustang Athletic Mixed martial arts (Wayne Raman)

Today we got to see women empowered, educated and inspired by an incredible master of his trade.. @wayne_raman_mustang_athleticSo proud to have you on team.. Stay tuned for our next seminar .

Posted by Kirsten Hansen Engineering Fitness on Saturday, 23 February 2019

So I have been training Clients for over 8 years this March. To celebrate I am inviting all my old,new clients and people I have yet to meet to join us for a great cause. We will be raising money for Ryan Walker. Joining hands with some great people we wish to make this event very special.

Ryan has NMD : NMD Learn more
All money raised will go towards his foundation.
This is a fun 2 hour time of exercising Trail running, BalletRIP, Bootcamp and a nutritional talk by a excellent Dietitian.

This is held at the St Ives Boma. Come watch the rugby if you feel like just chilling and kids and family exercise.
All ages, fitness levels, families and companies welcome.
If you cannot make it you can scan the zapper code to donate to support Ryan..
See you there!!

Working towards a goal is like working for a marathon. I can say this because I have decided to be brave and run my first marathon ever. I also chose the most difficult one. The route takes a symbolic journey of Madibas struggle.
Well, training people to work for a goal over one-self feels entirely different. The confidence in what you know and give feels like do I really trust myself in this process? But it comes to each of us, this question, is the belief in who you are, is it there? Do you feel good enough, worthy enough. Because that answer will tell on race day. Often we think all the work in life happens in one event (the race), but really it is the hours and hours of decisions, discipline, choices we make that will affect our race day of life.

For me I had many moments where I didn’t want to go for that long run, my mind was telling me I am tired, I don’t feel like it. But if I did not discipline my body I know I will suffer on Sunday. Every thing we do today affects our tomorrow. Weather it is a physical race or a analogy with regards to life. I do not punish myself on the past of poor choices, the day I slipped up with my eating and training, I keep pressing on for the reward. Stop and look, are you berating yourself on bad choices and you see yourself as a product of your circumstance? Or will you look to the price of a more rewarding life no today for a better tomorrow.
There will be up hills, sometimes seemingly never ending or there be moments of needing a short rehydrate, filling yourself with the right ingredients to keep you going for next push. Then those moments of giving up, have queues and things that will inspire you to keep going. I asked my client what is his key in getting moving forward when he has hit the wall. He replied thankfulness, it shifts your focus.

Find your shift and keep going. You are stronger than you know!! Find your goal, put in the work and the rewards will pay off.