Posts Tagged ‘change shape’

Fit Summer Bodies

July 23, 2018 at 6:15
Posted by Rachael Woolston

Feel good and look even better with our four fitness course designed to build your core and your confidence. Courses available 6.15-7am or 7-7.45am. Visit our booking page 

GET 10% DISCOUNT OFF THE COURSE BY BOOKING BEFORE JULY 1ST 2016 INPUTTING THE CODE*FSB

This course is all about helping you to build your strength, mobility and fitness from the ground up – or if you’re foundation is already there, to help you reach the next level with your fitness.

Every session is different, working on different muscle groups and different fitness systems, – plus it comes with a complimentary eating plan for those who want to overhaul more than just their fitness.

You’ll also get a one to one appointment before and after the camp to check posture, biomechanics and body statistics as well as discuss your goals. Small groups, focused attention, maximum transformation.

Expect the unexpected – and a lot of fun!

PLUS, with this course you can also choose to accompany it with a 10 day (no weekends) vegan food delivery service with the amazing, Gem’s Wholesome Kitchen running from 23 July – 16 August, so all your nutritional needs are met, helping you to stick to a full two week health kick. (For more details and booking on the Summer Fit Bodies Plan click here).

PLEASE NOTE WEEK ONE WILL RUN TUESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY. THEREAFTER MON, TUES, THURSDAY.

10 discount is not included on Gem’s Wholesome Kitchen Plan*

 

FOUR WEEK FULL PRICE £145, EARLY BIRD £130.50

TWO WEEK FULL PIRCE, £72 NO EARLY BIRD OPTION – either from 23 july – 2 August, or 6 August-16 August

 

 

 

 



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Celebrating Runuary – run every day in January

February 1, 2016 at 10:01
Posted by Rachael Woolston

This January, we invited women to join our online Facebook group and attempt our virtual challenge of running every day.

It didn’t matter how far or fast, it was just about keeping consistent. It has been an absolute blast. Some managed it every day, right the way through the month. Others were inspired and ran more than they would otherwise have done so. We’ve had runners clocking up runs in Paris, Switzerland and Bangkok. But what else has it achieved ?

In terms of statistics, only counting those who ran every day, we clocked up a total of 947.3 miles (some ran 33 miles in a month, others up to 200 miles) and climbed 51,732 feet. This is the equivalent of running to Scotland and back. And with the peak of Mount Everest standing at 29, 035 feet, we scaled it almost twice.

But statistics aside, it is the positive effect that it has had on those who took part that has been most impressive of all.

 

Runuary made me realise that everyone finds it hard to get out the door when you are busy with work, family or feeling tired. But where there is a will there is a way. As each woman reported back on their run it built up a real buzz about our love for running and seeing so many windswept smiling faces of women enjoying themselves along the way was so motivating. Rain or shine, everyone kept running. Not forgetting the funny posts along the way too – carpark dashes, unisex showers, who’s bum is it anyway?! I think I’ll actually miss Runuary!

Kaz Thomson

 

This challenge has changed the way I think about running, which is now something I fit in everyday. Getting fitter and having looser jeans is a positive consequence.  It was only this time last year that I took up running and after covering 100 miles this month, I’m beginning to feel like I can call myself a runner. My hallway is gradually filling up with muddy trail shoes and soggy trainers as my husband and kids, 8 and 10 are joining in too. We’re now all chasing Parkrun PBs! Thanks to Fitbitch for inspiring us all to get out there and enjoy the benefits, no matter what the weather.

Sarah Crosier

Runuary has not only inspired me to run more but I am enjoying it, which is something that has not happened for a very long time. I have always run alone as I was worried about holding up others. What I realise now is that when you agree to run together, you run at the slowest’s pace whatever that is. Running with others has motivated me to get out there, helped when I was flagging and I’ve got to know some fabulous people #bettertogether.

Laura Marshall

Runuary has been a revelation, helping me to focus on process over goal (running every day regardless of speed or distance) and it’s made me stronger and happier. Sharing daily stories in the online group with other runners – moments of triumph or sheer bloody-mindedness, fast or slow runs, new or experienced runners – has built a bond between us that will last well beyond the month.

Anna Stavrianakis

I started Runuary late on Monday 4th Jan so in my mind, I need to do three more days. I certainly have not done the mileage that all you inspiring ladies have done but the fact I have got out there every day is quite an achievement for me. Thanks for the challenge, support and motivation!

Vanessa Lewis

Last day of Runuary, 6 miles. Felt like 10!! Uphill into snow and ice but wonderful nonetheless! Despite not managing every day I have got my run mojo back, big thanks to the Fitbitch crew yet again for the inspiration!l

Tor Del Federico

 

Runuary formed part of the FREE Fitbitch Challenge Community 2016. Join our community for free, pick a selected challenge every month and win fitness rewards not to mention having your most fitness focused year ever.



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