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Fitness instructors take to social media to stay connected with clients
NORTHWOODS - Martial Arts and Fitness Instructor Dave Sixel loves Facebook more than ever before.

That's because it's his way of staying connected with his fitness clients during the Coronavirus outbreak.

"This is my favorite part. Keeping our clients engaged is something that keeps me engaged. I am a very motivated person but it's more motivation to keep others motivated," Sixel said. 

Sixel uploads new workout videos every day.

He targets all sorts of different fitness avenues.

"There's something for everybody also. Seniors can turn it down, die-hards can turn it up and our youth can go back to martial arts. So there is something there for everybody," Sixel said. 

Sixel says NOW is the best time to work on your self-motivation and confidence.

He believes keeping the mind, body and soul in check it the key to a healthy life.

 "This is a time where we all have to be self-motivated. Nobody is going to do it for you, I am here to help you but you have to do it for yourself. We want to come out of this positive. Don't neglect your health. Be kind, stay close to your community and stay fit," Sixel said. 

Story By: Mazie Vincent

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