30 day challenge - whole foods

Congrats to everyone who did the 30 day challenge!

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Clean eating is a spectrum. Everyone says “I have pretty good habits”; one always feels “normal” wherever one is on the spectrum. However, a 30 day challenge to eat clean is about sliding a little over on the spectrum to help you set a NEW NORMAL, and maybe you’ll keep some newfound habits with you!

Did you try a new food or learn something new? As a result, have you made any lasting new habits? Lastly, maybe you’ve dropped some bad habits. Let me know, I’d love to hear from you.

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Tell Santa Soon! Christmas Gifts for New Year’s Fitness

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Judging by the mall displays it seems Santa gets busy earlier every year. It’s harder than ever to get his attention! Get on his radar ASAP… Let him know what you really want for Christmas: group class credits or private sessions. (Santa can contact me directly to arrange delivery). New Year’s fitness resolutions are easy when you’ve got credits in the bank.

Need a stocking stuffer or Secret Santa idea? Gifts start at $25.

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Vacations Rule! / Vacation Rules – Vacation Fitness Ideas for Summer Holidays

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I hope you have some fun summer plans lined up! I just got back from two weeks in Spain where there are delicious treats everywhere you look, and where long lazy days stretch into long lazy evenings. Because we work so hard all year, it’s important to unwind . But if you’ve been working hard all year on your fitness it’s also important not to lose those gains! You can go on vacation without going off the rails. Make some holiday allowances, but make yourself some holiday rules too. Not sure how to strike a balance? Here are some vacation fitness ideas…

  • Have all the desserts you really want! And skip the ones you don’t.
  • Try a sport you haven’t done since high school.
  • Swim or play soccer with the kids for as long as they want to.
  • Trade your weights for bodyweight training.
  • Swap your sneakers for sand and jog in the surf.

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