Many of us are headed out in search of some sunshine and warm weather over the next few weeks. Here are a couple of our favorite travel workouts to help you stay on track!
It sounds so nice to think of recovery as a retreat from all you’ve done over the last several days. I used to think that recovery days were days when I could abandon my training routine so that I could just give myself a rest. Now I understand that rest and recovery in terms of training and athletic performance actually means something very different.
We are talking about pure interval training. It is a very classic and grassroots way of training full of repeated, faster efforts to get an athlete stronger and more efficient. These workouts are all designed to encourage this amazing community to discover where your fitness is truly at and get you inspired to chase something better.
Meet Natalie. Winner of the Flyzata 21 Day Challenge, this woman is a rock star. Career woman, mom of three, and crusher in the studio. She says that the 5:30 a.m. class is her favorite because her brain doesn’t realize what she is doing that early until she is already back home! Whatever it is, she is always smiling, motivated and ready to roll. We'll have what she's having ...
Sugar is in everything. A 12 oz bottle of Gatorade has 21 grams of sugar which is almost one day's recommended consumption. In addition to the health impacts, sugar also decreases our ability to perform in our workouts, and causes long-term fatigue. So, let's tackle this one together! We're doing a SUGAR DETOX in our Spring Training starting on March 10th. Join us, won't you?
Getting started is hard. One of the biggest mistakes we make in trying to get back into it is the mindset that we need to make life-changing, wholesale changes to make a difference. It's simply not true. Even if your diet and fitness habits are non-existent, you can begin to make small changes which can snowball in to big results.
We made it through the 21 day challenge!! So… we can stop now, right?! Ummmm no. (Sorry.) Fitness is something that we chase for the rest of our lives. But, it's important to take a second and look back on the past 21 days and reflect on a few things we can take away from it. Where did we improve, take chances, and learn from our failures?