Times are crazy, and if you're like me, you're really missing your fitness family right about now. Staying in, avoiding gatherings and taking care of ourselves and our families mentally, physically and spiritually is challenging but something we have to do. To help us reconnect with and support each other in our effort to be strong and healthy in mind, body and spirit, I thought I'd give this online workout thing a go. On March 18, I just flew by the seat of my pants and did a Facebook live video via the Wrightwood Fitness FB page. Although we had some sound issues to address, I received positive feedback and the request for more. So, I'm going to work to bring you online group exercise every week. Because days, classes and times may change, be sure to check the Wrightwood Fitness Facebook page for weekly updates on class formats.
While we follow the stay-at-home mandate, all classes are free to everyone. I encourage you to not only check out our group workouts, but invite your friends and family and share our Facebook page and live workouts with them. I happily welcome all feedback on this effort and look forward to "seeing" you each week. It's the best way I know how to bring us together.
Thanks for your support!
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Both types of measurements have their benefits and drawbacks, and how you use them to measure your fitness progress depends on your starting point and goals.
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