Stay on Track Over the Holidays

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Calling all fitness and health friends,

With the Holiday Season just around the corner and the seasonal parties, drinks and food, I want to help you stay on track and feel like you can live a little. Spoil yourself with one of those Christmas cocktails or splurge by eating a candy cane or two. I have a great program just for you! 12 days of FITMAS will combine cardio, strength and tabata, leaving you sweating and your heart  pumping.

But what’s great about this program? The workouts are only 20-30 minutes. That means two hard days with a  day of rest in between! We start on Dec 6 and go until Dec 18!  

Message below for details on rates and the program.

Allow yourself to be more. 
Brittany

 

Weekend of #Fitness and #BurningBuns 

And I am not talking about the ones in the oven.

As I woke up this morning, sore in places I did not even know was possible — all I can say is “HELLO MONDAY!”

So as you know, a month ago I started my training to become a group fitness instructor through the YMCA. Their program is recognized across the country and is highly regarded. Boy, I certainly was not disappointed. The Basic Theory course proved challenging and while I passed my exam with flying colours I still have a lot to review to make sure I – 100% understand the connection between the movement and joints.

The past weekend, I completed the in class group fundamentals and group strength sections. My goal is  to become certified in a field that will allow me to teach strength and resistance classes, as well as circuit and interval like classes/boot camps. Most of the day, today was spent in the Studio participating in a group strength course lead by the workshop instructor and then break away small groups to practice and lead small 15 mins strength programs. That was certainly a fun challenge, lots of laughs, moments of “I can’t do this.. No more squats and lunges!”

I consider myself a fairly fit individual, and for the most part try to challenge my body. But today, I felt like I was able to go even farther. Mind you, there is always room for improvement and I am still very early into this profession. The best part of my day, the part that built up my confidence even more was when one of my classmates commented that I looked strong. I cannot recall exactly what move I was doing, but from that moment on I felt like I put even more into the routines we were practicing. Thanks Lady, for the major confidence boost. I was feeling so great that I even tried and succeeded at using a Bosu Ball to do some squats, balance excercise combining biceps and triceps.

As I begin my apprenticeship hours (I hope to be able to share the details soon!), I will start to share more fitness and health tips. So stay tuned and continue to join me on my fitness journey. I want to be able to inspire each of you to make small but important health changes that will be lasting.

I’m excited to see what’s in store this year! Some great fitness workshops coming up and so many exciting plans to kick-start and drive my fitness passion.

Alright….

Enough from me now! I think an ice bath is in store. 

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