A Health and Fitness advocate Samuel Agyemang has advised Ghanaians to add physical exercise to their daily routines to make them live a healthier longer life.
The renowned trainer attributed to youth related deaths and diseases among young people to lack of physical exercises.
He made the remarks at the opening of Fitness 1 Gymnasium at Airport City.
Mr. Samuel Agyemang , who is the Supervisor of the ultra modern facility asked Ghanaians to spare some time on daily basis to train.
He noted that productivity at work places could increase tremendously if citizens are fit Equipment such as Bench Press, Bar Bells, Dumb bells, Treadmills, Skipping robe among others to fit your strength and ability in getting that ultimate body goal.
“If you are looking for something exquisite in terms of gymnasium in the capital Accra, look no further and stress no more because Fitness 1 gym is here to help you to maintain and gain your body goals 100%”, he stressed.
Fitness 1 gymnasium, he said, has been built in the airport city to enable busy professionals who hardly have time to work out to have a one shop place to exercise before or after work.
The facility has boxing, karate, Taekwondo and Salsa dance as part of the training to ensure complete health program.