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{Recipe} BCAA Popsicles

{Recipe} BCAA Popsicles

By Kate Horney   It sounds too good to be true, but it’s NOT!  If you want a refreshing, delicious summer treat without the sugar and added junk, give these BCAA Popsicles a try!       (Click HERE to learn about the benefits of BCAAs and why I love them for fitness + fat loss)                  Watch the Periscope replay here!&nb ...[Read More]

2015 Fit Girls Getaway Sponsors

2015 Fit Girls Getaway Sponsors

By Suzanne York   We want to thank all of our Fit Girls Getaway Sponsors who made our 2015 Fit Girls Getaway so amazing!   2015 Sponsors   Workout in Style!   Dona Jo Fitwear! Trendy activewear for women. Put on stylish workout gloves from Sparkle and Sweat Shop when you do your Beyond Fit workout! Want some cute workout apparel made with the best fabrics? Try Affitnity! M ...[Read More]

Skin Care Routine and Gym Makeup

Skin Care Routine and Gym Makeup

By Beth Reynolds   Let’s face it ladies, after a workout we can feel like a sweaty, hot mess! So it’s the perfect time to treat our skin to some refreshing products! Cleanser: Murad Clarifying Cleanser This cleanser is perfect for normal, combo and oily skin types. It contains salicylic acid which helps deep clean your pores, reduce pore size, even out skin texture, as well as tre ...[Read More]

How to Lose Baby Weight: 4 Keys to Get Your Body Back

How to Lose Baby Weight: 4 Keys to Get Your Body Back

By Kate Horney One of the most frequently asked questions I get from moms is about how to lose baby weight. Whether it’s a pregnant mama who is worried about how to lose baby weight when the time comes, or it’s a postpartum mom who is wondering how to get rid of those extra pounds packed on during pregnancy now that her bundle of joy is here. (The snuggles are great, but the scale ...[Read More]

Bodyweight Burn: Get Slim Without the Gym!

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Listen up! I have a five-month old baby, a husband who works crazy hours, two large dogs who demand daily runs, a full-time job, and friends and family who I’d like to see more often. I don’t have time to drive to the gym, wait for the machines or dumbbells I need while homeboy checks himself out in the mirror, and then drive back home. I need workouts that are efficient, effective, and can be don ...[Read More]

Diastasis Recti Part 2: How to Limit Diastasis Recti During Pregnancy

Diastasis Recti Part 2:  How to Limit Diastasis Recti During Pregnancy

By Claire Martin-Royle (Personal Trainer, Pre and Post Natal Fitness Specialist, and BeyondFit Trainer) In today’s blog we will discuss Diastasis Recti (“DR”) during pregnancy. Check out Diastasis Recti Part 1 for more information on what DR is and how and when to test for it…and make sure to read all our best DR postpartum tips in Part 3! But for today…. we’ll ta ...[Read More]

Your Ticket to the Gun Show!

Your Ticket to the Gun Show!

By Candace Heeney   Summer is upon us ladies! I don’t know about you, but during the summer, I cannot stand wearing shirts with sleeves. Even cap sleeves drive me crazy. No matter who you are, armpit stains are NOT cute! At BeyondFit, we know that not everyone is ready to rock a tank top, so we created workout routines that target the biceps, triceps, shoulders, and back, all the muscles you ...[Read More]

Stability Workout

Stability Workout

By Kimbre Varney Stability is extremely important when starting a workout! It is the first stage that someone should go through to make sure that they have a good foundation before moving on to strength. The main focus of this form of training is to increase muscular endurance and stability while developing optimal coordination. This type of training concentrates on proper form as well. The s ...[Read More]

8 Tips to Becoming an Early Morning Exerciser

8 Tips to Becoming an Early Morning Exerciser

By Jessica Grimes It’s interesting to see people’s reactions when I tell them I work out at 5 a.m. I’ve found it’s generally one of the following: (a) Utter shock/confusion: “Wait, you work out at 5 a.m.?” (b) Skepticism/sanity-questioning: “Whoa. Are you completely insane?” (c) Awe: “How do you do it?!” I only became an early morning exerciser once I became a mom. I realized that if I had an ...[Read More]