SOLE SISTERS & some good advice…



We will be tackling the Key Biscayne bridge this Saturday, May 13 @ 7am.  We will meet at our usual spot, in the parking lot before the start of the bridge.  I love this run!  Running on an incline is such great cardio, good for strengthening the legs and calves, and helps improve your regular running pace.  JOIN US!!  It’s a good one!


Comment here if you need further info for the meeting spot.  More so, if it rains (which it shouldn’t), we redirect to our favorite stair workout at FIU!


As the weekend approaches, it’s a time to relax for most….BUT by “relax” I don’t mean time to brush your health & fitness goals under the rug for a few days.  That “on” & “off” routine is a recipe for slow progress which in turn, can cause some to become very discouraged with their fitness efforts.  Eating right, exercising and maintaining a healthy weight is a lifestyle!   

The weekend doesn’t have to be a time to forget about your goals!

Here are 5 tips to getting off the weekend roller coaster:

  1. Plan to start Saturday with a workout.
    SOLE SISTERS!!!  Bootcampers, Sole Sisters is the name of the WOFB running group.  This means that if you are a member of the Elite Program, you are a SOLE SISTER.  Join us for our 7am Saturday workouts as we kick off the weekend with a great sweat session.  It will keep you from staying up too late & drinking too much.  (Well, for most of us anyway, lol!)
  2. Plan a longer workout because you won’t be rushing to get back to work.
    Stick around after the morning run and do some plyometric work or hit the weights for an added pump!  What about even getting an extra mile in!
  3. Spend some time cooking a great healthy meal with a friend or partner.
    Wholesome eating can be fun and delicious so make it a date.  Find a new healthy recipe and dedicate a couple of hours or so to cooking!
  4. Plan your next week of meals and head to your local farmers market!
    …and by ‘plan’, I’m saying, get your pen and paper and WRITE IT DOWN!!!  Plan out your meals for the week and make your grocery list.  Then check out some local farmers’ markets for fresh, organic produce if you can.  They’re usually easy to spot on Saturdays.  There is one at Tropical Park on Saturdays from 9am – 3pm,
  5. Last but not least, start each morning with an re-evaluation of your goals so they are fresh in your mind and you are focused!  I’m not saying be strict all the time or don’t treat yourself to a “free” meal or 2 over the weekend – ENJOY IT, just don’t lose sight of what you’re trying to achieve!



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