i have great news that i received last night just before hitting the sack.
hey now, fit foodie le was selected to be an Athleta Esprit de She Ambassador, 😯 WOWZERS. what an honor.
‘Beyond the finish line, Esprit de She is a community of active women connected by a shared desire to celebrate fitness and fun, sisterhood and strength.’
i love and support their mission and because they are partnered with Lifetime, this deal is that much sweeter! more details to come as they are rolling out this awesome program as you read this.
class this morning was doooope! 1 hour of HIIT done at the crack of dark. i am determined to make yoga apart of my normal workout routine, dang it. one class does WONDERS for my body, immediately. in addition to increased flexibility (duh), i am calmer, any anxiety is reduced, circulation is increased, and i love that no fancy equipment is needed. just yo body (ok and a mat, but that’s it). i have always steered clear of yoga cause, well, it’s super slow-paced and i’d rather be doing aerial front and back flips or something crazy. but seriously taking your time to stretch is good stuff for your muscles, especially after a great weight workout. even if you don’t take an actual class, don’t skip post-workout stretching. you can’t be on 10 all the time! yoga is physical, mental, & spiritual and just might be the balance you need too.
more news! why? because God is good, that’s why.
i received this guy in the mail just this morning from the gorgeous CEO of Fitzee Foods, Michelle Weinstein.
i just want to take a bite out of each one all at once!!! thanks a TON, Michelle.
Fitzee foods is based out of San Diego, but they ship all over the US. they are making big waves in the health and fitness industry, so keep up with ’em:
you know what’s next- product reviews coming your way bay-bay.
never get too comfortable and count your blessings daily, heck, hourly. every chance you get.
fit foodie LEAN ebook update post to follow as i finally have a solid one to share! thank you for your patience.
Q: do you practice yoga regularly? what does it do for you?