2. Why did you join Just Fitness?
I was doing Zumba at Just Fitness and the ladies wanted to add something else to their workouts to help them with getting in shape. As a result of this, the Women Only class began at Just Fitness (now called Warrior Women).​

3. What programs have you done at Just Fitness?
I have done the Warrior Women classes and now I do the Warrior Built classes.​

4. What results have you seen because of joining Just Fitness?
I see muscle and definition!!!! I am stronger now than I have ever been in my life.​

Name: Pauleen Hogan
Age: 51
Profession: Manager, Finance and Admin, GNWT & Part-Time Coach and Trainer at Just Fitness
Gym Nickname: "ICE QUEEN"


8. What is your favourite workout?
I LOVE LEG DAYS!!! Anything to do with squatting.​

9. What is your favourite “treat” meal?
I am a self-diagnosed chocoholic! If I could survive on chocolate alone, I would be happy. Oh, and coffee. ​

10. Do you have a motivational message for others?
“No one has ever drowned from sweat”.

Just start! The hardest step in getting in the door. But once you do, you will be hooked. Do yourself the favour and invest an hour or so a day into yourself. Your future self will thank you for it. It doesn’t have to involve anything hard---just get up and move. Just Fitness had something to offer everyone—and age is not a factor. I just turned 51 and I am the fittest I have ever been in my life thanks to the programming at Just Fitness. Don’t think you can’t do this, because you can! All the programming can be modified to fit you.


Photo shoot with North of Nowhere.

1. When did you join Just Fitness?
I joined Just Fitness April 2012​

5. What have you gotten out of being a member at Just Fitness that you weren’t expecting?
I have gained a new "family", which I was totally not expecting. I also liked training and being at Just Fitness so much, that I became a trainer and I now teach the Warrior Women program. I have also gotten a new outlook on my mind and body. I have often heard that your mind quits before your body does and I have learned that to be true. If you keep saying “I can’t” then you won’t! You have to learn to be uncomfortable to see growth.

6. What were your 2016 goals and did you meet them?
One of my goals for 2016 was to back squat 260 lbs. With an injury during the summer, I didn’t think I would make it, but December 19th I reached my goal. Achieving a goal is such an awesome feeling!​

7. What are your 2017 goals?
I want to up my squat to 270 lbs and my deadlift to 300 lbs, it currently sits at 295 lbs!

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