The beginning of a new year is a way to hit the reset button. It’s a time when you can reflect on the past twelve months, be proud of your accomplishments, and then take the time to focus in on what you’re hoping to achieve in the upcoming year. I think the best way to set yourself up for success is to commit to starting (or continuing!) a habit that will simply lead to feeling good.
The past year and a half has been exploratory for me in terms of fitness. I’ve tried all kinds of exercise, from Kayla Itsines’s Bikini Body Guide, lifting, running, yoga, HIIT, rowing, to SoulCycle. I think that it’s incredibly important to try different ways of working out to find what sticks with you. Exercising should be challenging, but it absolutely should not be something that you dread.
This past summer while I was in Montauk with Adidas, I had the opportunity to try a Barre3 class led by the incredible founder and CEO, Sadie Lincoln. HOLY SMOKES! What a workout that was! Sadie led us through one-inch isometric variations combined with fluid motions that caused burning in areas of my muscles I’ve never felt before. This melange of ballet barre, yoga, and pilates was new to me, but I was hooked after that first class.
Starting January 9th, I’m super excited to announce that I’ll be partnering with Barre3 for #B3ALLIN. This is a comprehensive four-week program that combines barre workouts, custom recipes and meal plans, and online community board moderated by experts Sadie Lincoln, Dr. Frank Lipman, and Emily Fletcher of ZivaMIND Meditation. The program is geared towards cultivating a mind body connection, and for setting you up for success beyond the four weeks of the program and helping you trade resolutions for results.
In a nutshell, the program includes:
- 5 workouts a week (either in person or online)
- A guided yet flexible meal plan (no calorie counting!)
- Journaling exercises
- A moderated online community board for support
B3ALLIN is based on the following three pillars:
Barre3 provides a full body yet low impact workout. Developed with a team of doctors, physical therapists, and anatomy specialists, these movements will give you a deep burn to create a strong, yet lean body.
It’s very simple- eat whole foods, and never deprive yourself. B3ALLIN’s recipescombine protein, fiber, and healthy fats to keep you satisfied and energized.
It’s crucial to both connect with yourself and with others. Create time for yourself- whether it’s through meditation or an afternoon walk. Also prioritize time with family, friends, and allow the space for new friendships to form.
This is a Barre3 sponsored post, but all of the opinions are my own.