Hey everyone! Long time no blog from me, but I promise it’s been for good reason. There have been a lot of exciting new things and opportunities happening in my life this past month, and ONE of them includes obtaining another fitness certification! It seems like ages ago now, but at the beginning of March I completed the BeatBoss Indoor Biking certification and am proud to say I’m officially a BeatBoss indoor cycling instructor! I had such a great experience working with the incredible creators of BeatBoss and becoming certified, so now I’m writing a blog post to give my honest recommendation and review on it.
For any of you wanting to start a new journey as a cycling instructor, looking to polish up and improve your skills as a current cycling instructor, and realize the importance of having an official certification on your resume, this post is for you.
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I grew up a competitive club gymnast, joining the team program when I was five years old. For ten years I lived and breathed gymnastics, and everything that came with it—the intense training lifestyle, the body aches and crashes, not a day lived without calluses and blisters on my hands, and the love of competing in the sport. Being a gymnast was my identity and my passion, and it molded me in big ways as a young girl. Particularly, it instilled in me a high level of work ethic and physical fitness. I was a small muscular power-house, with a little bit of a perfectionist attitude and whole lot of mental toughness. I was a gymnast, and that is what I knew. Continue reading “My Story: I Am Strong”
Pushing yourself on a treadmill can be challenging. For those of you taking your running indoors for the winter, but struggle with the treadmill, here are my tips and tricks to motivating yourself and conquering your cardio workouts year round!
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Let’s talk about time. And in the essence of time, I’ll keep this one short and sweet.
Think about how valuable the object of time is in your life. It’s obvious, we do life around the time we have before us or the time we wish we had back. The time we never seem to have enough of, and the amount of time it will take us to accomplish something. Why isn’t it as easy to live in the “here and now” as it is to say we do?
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One month ago I participated in a CPY Triathlon at CorePower Yoga Highland Park in celebration of their 7th birthday. This workout challenged me in so many ways (it was 3 hours long) and was so much more than your typical “go to a studio and sweat.” I couldn’t just finish the Tri and move on without mentioning it on the blog, so I present you with CPY Highland Park’s well-deserved Yoga Tri ~Review~. Continue reading “CorePower Yoga Triathlon- For the Yogi AND Non-Yogi”
Hey everyone! The first Healthy Intentions 21 Day Mini Challenge officially came to a close on Thursday night, so I wanted to post a little recap to let you guys know how it went for me. Continue reading “21 Day Mini Challenge Recap”
5 Steps to Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle With Your Career
We all go to work. It’s how we make a living, it’s satisfying, it’s tiring, and, unfortunately, it’s the reason why our health and fitness can get put on the back burner at times. Whether you’ve been holding a 9-5 job for years, are fresh out of college and getting acclimated to full-time work life, or still a student, I’m writing this post for YOU.
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