Looking for a way to boost up participation in your current Corporate Wellness Program, kick off a new one, or build some camaraderie and team spirit, in a healthy way… Create a Corporate 5K fun run todayStacy K., Human Resource Mgr-Wellness Coordinator
Road Races and running groups are a great way to bring groups together and raise awareness of a cause. Planning an event can be overwhelming at times and takes more time an expertise than organizations realize. Wired Fitness’ Training Staff can assist and guide you through this process so you can focus on the underlying goal. Let us be a part of your event to make it a success.
Let Wired Fitness assist you and your wellness committee in hosting a perfect event. We can help set your event for success through budget creation, event planning and time-line preparation to keep you on target. If you’re just looking to get started, or for someone to handle the whole event, partner with Wired Fitness San Diego to create the event your TEAM is looking for.
Certified Course and Logistics
We will create and design a measurable course that will be mapped out prior to the event, supervised throughout the race to avoid any race time confusion, and manned by a motivational support staff.
Timing and Start/Finish Line Management
We are ready to time your race with accuracy. Wired Fitness will offer insight on the best method of timing for your needs while overseeing the finish line to ensure accuracy and success for the runners. All races will have that Big Race feel to create the excitement you are looking to create.
Leave the hours of planning to us!
With the aromas of pies and cookies cooking, dishes loaded with butter, sugar, cream and flour, it doesn’t make it easy to stay on track with your fitness goals. If you must partake in these guilty pleasures, please do so in moderation to minimize the guilt from your feast. Most Americans will consume on average 1,750 – 4,800 calories (3,500 calories = 1lb of fat) during their feast, so to recover from that you would have to do ‘FOUR’ back-to-back Bootcamp classes (1800- 3500 clories burned)!!! Here are the things to avoid if at all possible:
- Alcohol: From 100 calories for a small glass of wine to a whopping 500+ for most sweet mixed cocktails, these are calories that should be avoided. We won’t even talk about stopping the fat metabolism process here, that is for another discussion.
- Pies: Loaded with sugar and more sugar and with some, adding whipped cream and ice cream is just setting you up for diet disaster. If you have to eat pie, try eating around the crust, and leave all the toppings off.
- Bread Stuffing: White flour and loads of butter (sometimes fatty sausage-meat)? a knockout punch for disaster…Try leaving the meat out and add some vegetables. Use a wholegrain or whole wheat bread for half or the whole recipe, and substitute coconut oil for some of the butter.
- Sweet Potato Casseroles: Brown sugar, cinnamon, marshmallows… Ugh! An hour of cardio per serving!!! If you can? Eat them by themselves with cinnamon so you still get the fiber and vitamins they are rich with. If you must have marshmallows, add just a few. Here is a healthy recipe at half the calories.
- Mashed Potatoes w/ Gravy: More butter and more cream… Another 400+ calories to bust those zippers! Try using low fat or fat free milk, a small amount of the butter while adding some fat free sour cream to flavor up your dish.
Ready for a New You?
…Life is full of many obstacles, don’t let yourself be one of them! Always remember… Your life begins at the end of your comfort zone.
WHEN: NOVEMBER 2, 2013 @ 8:00AM
WHERE: MISSION BAY PARK (GPS: 1392 EAST MISSION BAY DRIVE, 92109)
DETAILS & RSVP VIA THE WF FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE
We are excited to bring you a ‘NEW’ class to our lineup! This class will be instructed by Sheri Kono, targeting a Beginner to Intermediate fitness level participant.
Solana Highlands Park – Del Mar
San Diego, CA 92130
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Solana Highlands Park-Del Mar Outdoor Fitness Schedule
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Solana Ranch Outdoor Fitness Classes
Great location and time convenient to Solana Ranch Elementary School… Get your workout in before you have to drop the kids off at school. You can be burning up to 1000 calories in our outdoor fitness classes! All levels are welcome for this awesome class. Class size is smaller so additional attention will be given to all participants. Workouts consist of bodyweight, core, tabata, strength, cardio, flexibility and more. All equipment will be provided. All you need is a mat or towel, and water. If you are interested in trying this program out please contact on of our staff members or click register below to get started.
Register & Schedule your free class today.
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No Equipment Needed! Just YOUR Body!
Fast Mt Climbers: 50 REPS
Squat Jumps: 50 REPS
Pushups: 50 REPS
Static Toe Up ‘Deep’ Lunges: 50 REPS
Slow Mt Climbers: 50 REPS
Y Squats: 50 REPS
Prisoner Forward Lunges: 50 REPS
Squat Thrust Jumps: 50 REPS
Dirty Dogs: 50 REPS*
From a pushup position, push the butt back as high as possible while keeping the legs stiff and straight. After this, you will drop the hips towards the ground without touching the ground. You will be in the end position of a dive bomber. From a V position to a banana position.
Burpees: 50 REPS
Record time and challenge yourself to beat it weekly. The record is about 11 Mins 15 Secs.
Fruits provide antioxidants; vitamins and minerals that you need to not only stay healthy but to build lean muscle. Since fruits tend to be somewhat limited on most low-carb diets, you want to make sure that the fruit you do eat gives you as much bang for your buck as possible.
Here are the Top 5 fruits for building muscle:
Pineapple is an awesome fruit to eat post-workout. Not only does it give you a quick burst of energy, but it also delivers steady energy because the fiber in it slows the absorption of sugar. But that’s not what makes pineapple a bodybuilder’s favorite fruit. Pineapple is also rich in bromelain, an antioxidant that reduces inflammation and muscle pain.
Watermelon is one of the healthiest fruits you can eat. Its high water and fiber content make you feel satisfied, the fiber slows sugar absorption and it’s one of the best sources of the amino acid citrulline. Citrulline is used to make arginine, another amino acid, which is really important for your nitric oxide levels. That nitric oxide is a natural vasodilator – it dilates your blood vessels, which helps you to look pumped, but also helps speed nourishment to your recovering muscles.
Apples are loaded with fiber, which means they provide steady, slow energy and have a low-glycemic index. The skin is also loaded with polyphenols, which help to increase strength and fight body fat.
Aside from being loaded with fiber, bananas are also a great source of potassium. Potassium helps control your fluid levels, draws water to your cells and help to keep you from getting muscle cramps.
Berries are loaded with antioxidants, which can not only help you avoid illness, but also speed muscle recovery, reduce inflammation and build your heart health. They’re jammed with fiber, so they’re one of the best low-glycemic fruits.
Challenges your body and yields results…