GXIron.com is a fitness blog owned by Shirley Siaton-Parabia. This is where she intends to post her health and wellness-related articles, culled from her knowledge and experience as an international certified fitness trainer and group exercise leader.

The domain name is derived from the acronym for group exercise (GX) and, of course, iron, as in “pumping iron at the gym”, an activity I have dearly loved from a very young age. I was hugely influenced by my father, who is a martial artist and a natural bodybuilder. As fate would have it, my husband is also a martial artist and bodybuilder.

GXIron.com has been online since 22 July 2017 and part of The Honor and Blood Network. My main personal blog is located at Shi Bytes.

The domain was purchased at NameCheap on 24 May 2016. Web hosting services are provided by Squidix. Both services are highly recommended!

This blog is powered by WordPress. The following plugins are used: Custom Category Template, F2 Tumblr Widget, Instagram Feed, JetPack, Remove Category and Simple Social Icons. Our initial version design is entitled Feather Flight, with very special thanks due to Love at First Site.

GX Iron exists for educational and entertainment purposes only, without intention of profit. Brands, products and trademarks mentioned are property of their respective owners. Creators and sources of our materials are always credited and, if possible, linked accordingly. We are not responsible for the content of their own websites.

All original content in this domain © 2017 Shirley Siaton-Parabia, unless stated otherwise. The reviews posted herein belong to the author and are NOT for the taking and subsequent reposting.

Do not reproduce or use articles or any other original output in this website without express written consent. This is a violation of Intellectual Property Law and subject to legal prosecution.

Donations for the upkeep of this blog and its associated sites are very much welcome through PayPal. Any revenue from advertisements and referrals on this blog will be used for domain name renewal, server costs and other related expenses for site upkeep.