Archive for October 24th, 2013


October 24, 2013


Don’t forget to buy your tickets today if you want to bring a friend to the GLOW WORKOUT 2!!  They (or you) will get a FREE entry.

Also, come dressed in your Hallowe’en costume for a chance at one of our cash prizes.


SOLE SISTERS – Saturday at FIU garage, 7am!!  Speed work…


SUNDAY, we sweat for ANA @ 8am!  Bring a friend, workout is $10 with all proceeds going to Ana so she can buy a nice wig!



“If you are craving something salty and crunchy…

Instead of gorging on salty potato chips loaded with calories and trans-fats and completely devoid of nutrition, try one of these alternatives.  Lightly salted almonds, walnuts or pumpkin seeds deliver that salty crunch but also contain nutrients like Vitamin E and zinc, which help you properly digest fat and build energy and muscle.

If you’re not big on nuts you can also make your own kale chips. They’re incredibly good for you and seriously addictive.  Just toss fresh kale pieces in a little olive oil, season with a bit of sea salt and pop them into a 275-degree oven for about twenty minutes.

If you’re craving cold and sweet like ice cream, try a healthy smoothie or homemade sorbet!

Ice cream is one of the classic food cravings and many of us find ourselves wandering down the frozen food aisle thinking about having a nice bowl of sabotage.  Next time, instead of grabbing the blueberry cheesecake ice cream, grab a bag of frozen mixed berries.  You can blend them up and pop them into the freezer for about two hours and enjoy an amazing homemade sorbet.  Or combine them with Greek yogurt and a scoop of protein in the blender to make yourself a protein-rich smoothie. While we’re talking about Greek yogurt, simply put a container of your favorite flavor in the freezer for one hour, stir and freeze for another half hour to get a deliciously rich ice cream that actually does your body some good.

Are you weak for a candy bar?  

Step away from the candy bars and buy a bar dark chocolate that’s at least 70% cacao.  It has a very low amount of sugar and one square goes a long way when it comes to getting a chocolate fix.  Dark chocolate not only soothes your cravings for candy but also contains a large amount of antioxidants as well.  These antioxidants not only increase blood flow and lower cholesterol but they suppress the appetite and have been proven to reduce stress if eaten in small amounts on a daily basis.

You don’t have to make sacrifices to eat healthy!

By taking a little bit of time to dig deeper into your cravings you can save yourself a lot of grief and find out what your body is really trying to tell you.  Convert your cravings for junk into simple healthy choices. They’ll leave you feeling satisfied without all the frustration and disappointment that follow giving into unhealthy cravings.”


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