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#28DAYSTOFIT: FLY INTO YOUR FESTIVITIES!

elena-flores-rector-week-four-main580     In just a few short weeks, those end-of-year parties (chock full of decadent foods and calorie-laden drinks) will start packing your social calendar. Cue panic, right? Wrong. With the below tips from FlyBarre Chicago instructor Elena Flores Rector, Flywheel NJ instructor Tristin Tirico, and C&J Nutrition, you’ll keep the healthy momentum going in the weeks to come… and beyond! Continue Reading

#28DAYSTOFIT: HOW TO STAY ACTIVE BEYOND CLASS TIME

week-three-donna-lauren-main580The 28 Days To Fit Challenge is about more than taking a 45-minute class and following a nutrition plan. It’s about developing a newfound, healthy overall lifestyle that’ll last way beyond these four weeks. From taking time to go for a walk in the middle of the workday, or stretching before and after workouts, it’s important to make changes that’ll stick. And it doesn’t have to be difficult.

We tapped into two of our instructor coaches – Donna Cennamano of Flywheel Chicago and Lauren Mavica of FlyBarre Florida – for advice on staying active, and why they practice what they preach. Plus, check out C&J Nutrition’s top tips for keeping your metabolism humming.
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#28DAYSTOFIT: UP YOUR CHALLENGE GAME!

week-two-alexchelsea-main580 Want to take your Challenge to the next level, avoid roadblocks, and stay in the fitness game? We’ve got two great resources for doing just that –Flywheel DC Lead Instructor Alex Robinson and FlyBarre NYC training manager and lead instructor Chelsea Gentry share insight on how to take your Challenge up a notch. (And as NASM-certified personal trainers, they know the drill!) Continue Reading

#28DaysToFit: How To Set Yourself Up For Success

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Welcome to the first day of the #28DaysToFit Challenge! If getting fit and toned is what you hope to accomplish over the next four weeks, one of the best ways to reach your goals will be to incorporate a few simple health and wellness practices into your daily routine – starting now. “Committing to 28 days may feel daunting, but we’re here to provide you with the tools and coaching that will support you the entire way, says Flywheel LA instructor coach and psychotherapist Elizabeth Hill. Aside from making fitness a regular habit (or taking your routine to the next level), a healthy, balanced diet is just as important for making total-body changes.

Ready to hit the ground running? Check out these tips for prepping for success from both Elizabeth and FlyBarre Texas instructor Cristin Caulfield as well as our RDs, Stephanie Clarke and Willow Jarosh at C&J Nutrition. From getting your mind and body ready to stocking your kitchen and your gym bag, follow their advice on how to prep for — and stick to — your new routine.

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