Commit To Get Fit
Less than 90 days left in 2021!!
Let’s finish the year together!
Let’s link arms and work on increasing mobility, strength, endurance, confidence, and overall wellness
We are here to help you get started & continue on a path of success
November & December 2021 will have 2, four week express sessions available
November Session Dates: Monday, Nov. 8 – Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021
December Session Dates: Saturday, Dec. 4 – Monday, Dec. 20, 2021
Call (850)222-1781 to sign up today!
Created by Sweat Therapy Fitness Owner/ Founder Kim Bibeau, Commit To Get Fit, is a proven accountability program designed to jumpstart a healthy lifestyle. Kim creates each workout for maximal results and leads the small group sessions with the assistance of her husband and certified group fitness instructor Brian Bibeau.
As someone who has tackled her own lifestyle transformation, losing more than 80 pounds as a single mom raising two girls, Kim knows through personal experience that getting healthy and staying fit is a lifetime journey, achievable through realistic goals and hard work.
A proven program, Commit To Get Fit, brings together like-minded individuals in an inspiring team atmosphere to produce real results through exercise, camaraderie and accountability. Commit To Get Fit includes:
- Kick-off & Final session with baseline weight and measurement assessment and 60-minute group workout
- Eight total small group workouts, 45-60 min each
- Comprehensive nutrition guide & recipes
- Optional weekly weigh-ins
If you’re unable to make one of the scheduled workouts and let the Sweat Therapy team know in advance, you can replace the workout with any group fitness workout offered at Sweat Therapy Fitness within the current CTGF program time frame.
Meet Kim & Brian
Because group fitness changed my life. I was overweight as a child and dealt with teasing and low self-esteem. It wasn’t until I found group exercise in my mid-thirties that I began to appreciate the power of breaking a sweat.
After losing 80+ pounds and becoming stronger physically and mentally, I was eager to share my passion for exercise with my friends, family and neighbors. It was this desire to help my community become “Stronger. Better. Together” that led me to create Sweat Therapy Fitness in 2010. I wanted to build an inspiring place for all fitness levels, where the staff and instructors took the time to understand each client’s unique goals and challenges.
Eight years later my dream is realized and I couldn’t be prouder of the community we have built. Every day the Sweat Therapy Fitness team encourages people to lead happier, healthier lives. We are building confidence and helping all types of people love their bodies. From high school athletes, active aging adults, those battling obesity, and our Rock Steady Boxers fighting back against Parkinson’s Disease, Sweat Therapy Fitness has a program for every age, gender, body type, injury or illness. If you’re ready to sweat, we’re here to make it fun!
I’ve always been an athlete. Growing-up I played sports in school and became an avid runner as an adult. When a knee injury prevented me from running, I transitioned to cycling and fell in love with this new sport. I was teaching an indoor cycling workout when I met my now wife and business partner, Kim.
Kim was just as passionate about fitness as I was and dreamed of opening a small group fitness studio – at the time this was a completely new concept for Tallahassee. Nearing retirement from more than 30 years at a local law firm, I wasn’t anxious to join the “old folks” rocking away on their front porches. I jumped on the opportunity to take on a new challenge and continue sharing my passion for cycling and fitness with others.
When Kim and I opened Sweat Therapy Fitness in 2010 I never imagined the incredible community it would become. Every day I’m awed by the dedication our clients demonstrate. From our Rock Steady Boxers, to college students, moms, and retirees, every member of the Sweat Therapy Fitness family gives it their all in the pursuit of becoming “Stronger. Better. Together.”