Sometimes you need a little help from your friends + a warming kitchari recipe. 
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Urban Fyt

Workout. Anywhere.

Two weeks into the new year is a great time to assess how you're doing with your resolutions or goals. What goals have you set? Are you on track? What adjustments can you make to stay true to your intentions for this year?

For me, it's time to start training for another 50k! I'm also going to add a bit more strength training into my routine and get back on my bike. Two weeks in, I've realized that this snow we've had (while I love its beauty) has made it hard for me to stick with my training program.

I know, however, the solution: find training partners! Not only do training partners hold you accountable for getting out there, it is generally more fun to workout with a friend. With a training partner, those long runs don't seem to feel so long. And we challenge each other more and become more efficient during strength training sessions. 

So, if you're anything like me, call upon your friends to help you reach those big, bold goals that you have set. You may even surprise yourself with being able to run a little further, do a few more pull-ups and handstand push-ups (yes, those are goals of mine) with a little help from your friends. 

Really good friends make this ride of life so much better! I am fortunate to have some truly amazing friends, so let's train together! 

Our workouts this week will again challenge your body and mind and help you achieve those goals you've set for 2016. 

This Tuesday, Janurary 12th, we will do 45 minutes of a tough stair workout at the Yale Parking Structure (Yale and Lomas). That is if I hear from you that you are in for sweating in the cold with me. RSVP and I'll let you know if we have enough to hold class. 
The winter months are proving to be a bit more challenging weather-wise, but Urban Fyt will continue and I'm sure come spring classes will be back in full force with added workshops and even more fun! 

Wednesday, we will continue with week six of our yoga workshop. I would like to keep the yoga as an ongoing workshop with a week in between each eight-week session. Please let me know if you're interested in continuing with our mid-week yoga. 

Remember, if it doesn't challenge you, it doesn't change you!

All the Best,


UF - Nutrition
Wellness is wholeness - we are complete when our mind, body and spirit connect deeply with the earth's abundance.
What we eat fuels not only our workouts, but our lives.

Kitchari is a traditional Ayurvedic dish that’s believed to assist in detoxing the body and balancing all three doshas (also known as mind-body types - the doshas express unique blends of mental, physical and emotional characteristics): vata, pitta, and kapha.

Kitchari is made with mung beans, Basmati rice, seasonal vegetables, ghee and spices. It provides awesome nutrients while cleansing the toxins out of the body. It’s a great way to cleanse the body and soul in a gentle way. Try this kitchari recipe and let me know how it goes!

What fuels your days?

  One Class - $10. Simple. Sweet.
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