Even the most dedicated and die-hard fitness junkies get in ruts now and then. While it’s good to keep consistent, every now and then it’s a good idea to switch things up a bit and explore new ways to challenge you that may be a bit out of your comfort zone. If you are feeling a little less than motivated lately, why not try something new? Here are just a few suggestions to liven up your fitness routine!
Train for a 5K
It’s officially race season! And while marathon runners have been gearing up for months now, training for a 5K only takes a few short weeks. Whether your goal is to simply run the entire course without walking, or to score a personal best time, 5K races are a fun and accessible way to jumpstart a running routine. Why not grab a friend to join you? Another perk to many 5K races is that they are usually social events and often times raise awareness for a charitable cause. So, find a race that looks fun and grab those sneakers! AddeoFit will be holding 5K training classes starting in June. Check the schedule or stop by the front desk for more info!
Check Your Numbers
It’s never a bad idea to know exactly where you stand, especially when it comes to your own health and fitness. For those looking to take their fitness to the next level and create personal goals, AddeoFit offers one-on-one fitness and nutrition consults. This is a perfect solution for those who have specific goals in mind- anywhere from losing those last 5 pounds to toning up and building endurance Any one of our AddeoFit trainers can help you!
Mix it Up!
Summer is the perfect time to add a new class to your mix! Beginning in June, AddeoFit will have a Summer schedule complete with new classes and programs! Restorative Yoga compliments any cardio or strength class by allowing both your mind and your muscles to relax and rejuvenate. Cycle classes are offered daily and allow you to set your own pace depending on your fitness and energy level. And Zumba with Arturo is as close to a tropical dance party as you can get to without leaving the state! Adding a new class to your routine here and there will not only help to revive your cardio rut, but it will also have a positive impact physically!
We love sharing our latest news, inspiring stories and fun moments with you on social media. But did you know that we also have a Facebook page just for our members?! Our Happy Healthy Humans page is for our members, and run by our members. Whether you’re looking for insight and from other members, or you want to share a new favorite recipe that you can’t get enough of, this site is for you! We’re all about building a positive community at Adroit and the more ways we can help keep you connected to each other, the happier and healthier we will be.
Bring a Friend
There are times when all we want to do is work out alone. Then there are times when all we can think about during those 30 seconds of burpees is how much easier the set would be if we just had someone to suffer alongside usJ A support team is always a good idea, especially when it comes to getting to the studio for a workout. Bring a friend for a week, or better yet, take advantage of our buddy membership options! After all, friends who work out together, sweat together!:)
For more information on our upcoming programming and AddeoFit events, visit our website addeofitmke.com!
Writer, marketer and mother of two, Susan Madden has a background working with the Fine Arts in Dallas, TX and Milwaukee, WI. Relatively new to the fitness industry, she enjoys sharing her experiences about this crazy beautiful life, the endless quest to find work-home balance and wellness from a novice perspective. She’s passionate about nature, everything music, seeking out little moments that make a lasting impact, and has a newfound appreciation for the benefits of a well- made green smoothie. Susan is a native of Whitefish Bay, WI and now resides in Mequon, WI with her husband Mike and children, Samantha and Blake.
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