Alight. Looks like things are finally coming together. If you follow me, Stef or Sabrine on Instagram you probably already know about Fitreserve, mainly cuz we’ve probs been spamming your new feed about it (hehe oopppss sorry). But actually not that sorry cuz this concept is absolute bomb and if you’ve read about it you’re probably just as excited about it as we are and therefore don’t even mind the spamming. If you don’t already know about it then:
a) WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN
b) Go read about it ASAP on my other blog post HERE
c) Go check out the killer new FitReserve website Continue Reading
The world is changing. We are the generation of try all, do all. Just like the professional world is changing, allowing people to completely switch their career paths (study physics end up working in a bank, or starting off as a teacher but find yourself killing it in a law firm); the fitness world is also embracing this new multifaceted, unrestrictive, go-getter tendency that generation Y is all about.
I don’t want to be a “boxer”, I don’t want to be only a “swimmer” and I don’t want to be labeled as a “yogi”.
I’m an athlete. I do all, train all, challenge myself and work hard. There. That’s my label.
This is the fitness concept of the future. You no longer have to chose one and only one gym, studio, centre, sport, you can have it all. With one pass to have access to hundreds of fitness studios in Swiss Romande. Although I can’t reveal juuuuust yet the exact list of studios, trust me when I say your schedule could look a little like this: Monday evening spin class, Tuesday lunch time boxing session, Wednesday pilates, a few laps in the pool on Thursday, end the week Friday evening with a fun Zumba lesson, and an early Saturday morning yoga class. Yup. All of it with a single pass. It’s basically a fitchick’s Willy Wonka Golden Ticket. Continue Reading
Yesterday my favorite fit girl AKA best friend AKA other half Stef and I went to go spend an entire afternoon at the Wellness Me Spa in Montreux. A few days before, Stef and I had decided we would try out cryotherapy and aquafit, but to be honest these were just fancy names to me and I had nooo idea what to expect. We had simply gotten an email the day prior making sure we didn’t have any heart trouble or allergies to cold (to that last point I was like mmmm debatable). But in any case, Stef dropped by the train station to pick me up at about 3:45pm and at 4:00 we were at the spa ready to go. Continue Reading