Hey Fit Radio Fam! We’re sisters, Lauren and Kelly of SISSFiT. We grew up in Orange County, California and have played sports our entire lives. We ran Division 1 Track and Field together at UC Irvine and upon graduating realized that we were not ready to give up our love for fitness! Though we chose different career paths, we were constantly exchanging workouts with one another and when possible, meeting up for a little healthy competition and accountability! We became the “go-to’s” in our friend circles for workouts and training and figured it was time to get certified and begin building something we were truly passionate about!
Exercise, eat more vegetables, drink lots of water, get a full night’s rest…sound familiar? These are all among the most common things advised for people who want to lose weight. While it is important to know what to do, it is equally important to know the things to avoid. Here’s a list of common mistakes that weight loss beginners make along with tips to prevent them.
Hey Fit Radio! My name is Pam. I’m a 50-year-old mom, fitness enthusiast and lifelong runner. My dad first took me out running when I was 11. I ran 2 miles without stopping and thought it was the greatest thing ever. Since then, I’ve run 15 marathons, 8 half marathons and a handful of other races. Read more to learn about me and my fitness journey with Fit Radio! More
Who’s our new Cardio Coach Zeetrainme!? Read more to find out!
The Year of the Booty. It’s everywhere. It’s all over social media. It’s all everyone is talking about. But guess what? The 30 Day Booty Blaster workout won’t work. I know I know, I was super bummed too after I gave it my all (really before I understood fitness.) But since those days I have learned a lot and I’m excited to share it all with YOU!
After a long, hot summer, autumn has finally arrived. Why not let the crisp air and pretty autumn leaves motivate you to get outside and get moving? Combine cardio and strength training with these quick and effective workouts… and feel free to treat yourself to a pumpkin-spiced flavored treat afterward.
Hey, guys! Coach B here. Director of Fitness, crazy motivator, terrible joke-maker, and overall inspiration queen here at Fit Radio. I’m one of our only coaches that has multiple workouts in every section we offer so odds are, you’ve heard my voice and HOPEFULLY have been motivated to stay strong and moved to push your limits by me too. That’s my goal.
The sweat drips down your back. Not knowing this was even possible, you look down and see beads of perspiration forming on your thighs. You feel slightly dizzy, but push through, taking a huge swig of water before heading into tree pose. Sounds like a typical hot yoga class, yes? Women everywhere swear by the warm practice, where rooms are heated to between 80 and 105 degrees. And while you’ve surely heard a girlfriend say how much she loves the toasty Vinyasa because she feels like she “sweats out all the bad” at her go-to studio, the question remains: Is it really safe? Is there such a thing as yoga that’s too hot?
Does “Active Recovery” seem paradoxical to you? Recovery traditionally implies taking periods of time off from your workouts, while activity is just the opposite. Fitness misinformation has generally promoted the idea that activity and recovery are mutually exclusive. More