My goal over the next four weeks is to show you how doable and enjoyable it is to exercise and eat whole foods. Below are some quick tips to set you up for success.
1. Invite a friend or family member to do the Fall Challenge with you. Not only will a buddy hold you accountable and keep you on track, but he or she will make the challenge more fun. Plan to take a class together or schedule a night in cooking barre3 Fall Challenge recipes.
2. Make it your own. If you’re traveling, too busy to visit the studio, or unable to attend the class of your choice because it’s full, try a barre3 online workout instead. An online workout still counts as one of your five weekly classes. That being said, take as many in-studio classes as you can. Nothing beats a live class, and our instructors are excited to support you!
3. Take barre3 snacks with you on the go. When you’re hungry on the run and not prepared, you’re more likely to eat unhealthy processed foods. I love to freeze individually wrapped barre3 bars and stash one in my purse on days when I’m going non-stop. Veggies and hummus are a great option too!
My team and I are here for you every step of the way in your journey towards whole body health. Connect with me on Facebook and reach out to instructors at your local studio for support. If you haven’t signed up yet, it’s not too late! If you have a studio near you, sign up there. If you don’t, follow along with us by doing 28 to Great through your subscription to online workouts.