Kaizen is Japanese term that means continuous improvement. The Daffodil Principle shows that slow continuous improvements can pay off over time.
It has been less than a year since we opened the doors at The Black Box. And in that short time we have built a very impressive community of people that are committed to getting fit. In a short time we will be moving to a newer and bigger facility and our family will continue to grow. With a bigger space comes bigger responsibility. So now would be a great time to get some feedback from you, our loyal members.
We would be pleased if you would take the time to answer the following questions:
On a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate the quality of our services for the past year?
If you answered less than 10, what would you have us do to make it a 10?
Please be thoughtful and constructive. We appreciate your feedback and thoughts. If you have personal comments that you do not want to share on the blog, please send them directly to firstname.lastname@example.org or to the individual trainer concerned. We are committed to giving you the best gym experience you will ever have. Please let us know where we can continue make improvements in the quality of our services.
5 rounds for time
5 Muscle Ups (or 15 pullups/dips)
20 Overhead Walking Lunges, 2x16kg
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