We had the chance to spend a couple hours hanging out with Jessica Muentser, a Cyc Fitness instructor at the Cyc Fitness located in Buckhead at The Forum. She gave us the quick rundown of what goes on in a Cyc Session and how un-intimidating and incredibly fun a spin class can be at Cyc Fitness.
FIT Radio has a genre that will bring users closer to people behind the brand and also closer to reaching their goals. The new Featured genre is a collection of staff chosen mixes from all genres that have been tested and are even on the Favorites list of the FIT Radio team members. The Featured genre not only has team favorites but also new and noteworthy “wow mixes” that are guaranteed to get you excited for your workout, even with plummeting temperatures outside. So, if you’re like most of us and need that extra push to get you out the door, then you’ve found it! Listen now: www.fitradio.com
BLAST is not your everyday, steady state cardio only class. Every BLAST is designed around intervals, and embodies the basics of High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) balancing strength training with variable intervals of aerobic/anaerobic cardio. More
By: Ashley Fern from Elite Daily
“There are two types of people in this world: the ones who make exercising an integral part of their lives and the ones who do not.
When you’re single, you can be either of these types of people without it really impacting your mindset, but when you get into a relationship, it becomes very apparent. More
So, there’s been an ever growing trend and it’s really about to go mainstream in 2k15, it’s called Athleisure (ath-leesure). Most of you already know what this is, and if you think you don’t, you will realize that a large majority of people (men and women) alike have been following the “new” trend for quite some time already. Athleisure is simply wearing athletic clothes in and outside of the gym. I, for one, love this. As a girl who feels super comfortable in flattering, tight black yoga pants and top long enough to cover the parts that matter, I obviously vote yes for the Athleisure movement. Not to mention, the simple act of just wearing “gym clothes” is a great motivator (I think) to be active and get a workout in. The trick to Athleisure, however, is to keep it fashionable, aka no butt cheeks peeking through those Lulu’s. What I’m saying is, you can’t just throw on your old (somewhat high water) circa 2005 Express yoga pants and call it a day. More