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Jan 15 2015

5 Resolutions for Already Fit Folks

By Danielle Michels
VIDA Blogger

January 1stJanuary 1st tends to be the date many self-proclaimed “gym rats” hate.

It’s when tons of people decide this is the year they want to get fit, which results in much higher traffic in the weight room and in group fitness classes than we’re typically used to.

And this usually gets gyms rats in a tizzy, not to mention wishing away January so all these New Year’s resolutioners can be “out of the gym already.”

But before you sign off going to the gym until February, check out these five New Year’s resolutions you already-fit-folks can take on starting today. And don’t forget to track your progress online and you could win a years FREE membership to VIDA Fitness in our #vidaresolutions contest!

1.) Be Welcoming

Yep, you read that correctly, be welcoming to all those “get fit this year” resolutioners.

I also used to be someone that would get aggravated at heightened gym traffic, but one year it clicked that all these new faces jumped a huge hurdle in simply coming to the gym.

If you’re someone who doesn’t like exercise, or you feel like you have a weight loss journey ahead of you, getting to the gym is scary, y’all.

And as someone who wishes everyone would invest in their health through exercise, why would I want to drive new members of our fit family away by being annoyed at their presence? No, no, no…I want you to stay past January and I want to see your face in class every Tuesday after work! We’ll sweat it out together!

Rather than going in ready for battle to find a spot in class, take a look around and see if there’s a face you’ve never seen before, go up to them and say, “are you new to VIDA? I’ve never seen you here before, welcome!” and introduce yourself.

Yeah, that might sound awkward (for both you and them), but that gesture could make a huge difference in someone’s fitness journey. Rather than them forging this new road alone, you just showed them, ‘Hey, this isn’t just you, we’re all moving forward to be healthier together.”

2.) Share Your Resolution

Ok, I’ve already suggested you go introduce yourself to a stranger, so now you might be ready to quit reading at this point, but please just hang in there with me!

If you really want to take it a step further this year, not only could you befriend a new face at the gym, you could also share your resolution with them.

So if someone mentions their resolution to get fit / lose weight / exercise regularly, rather than giving them advice they’ve probably already heard (and may not want), tell them what goal you’re trying to work on this year and follow it up by suggesting being accountability buddies.

I’m telling you, it works. And you don’t have to be BFF’s with this new person, it could be just someone who you have a quick chat with at the gym who gives you some encouragement, and you give some in return.

Who knows, you could totally make a new BFF, and that would be kind of awesome…I actually married my gym BFF, so try that one on for size.

3.) Drink More Water

Alright, now I’m at more traditional-type resolutions, so you can take a big sigh of “that was awkward” relief.

One thing I think a lot of fit people fail to do is drink enough water (raising my own hand way up high here). We drink water while we’re working out, and maybe a little before or after, but for the majority of the day beverages could include everything from coffee, soda, coffee, energy drinks, smoothies, more coffee.

Now it’s easy to drink water when it’s scorching hot outside, but when it’s cold, all I want to do is curl up with a hot mug of something from Starbucks.

So if you’re someone who let’s H2O take a backseat in your daily diet, start incorporating more and notice the difference it makes in your energy levels and workout performance.

(Bonus Tip: for people who are weird like me and don’t like drinking cold drinks when it’s freezing outside, heat up some water and add a wedge of lemon. It’s really helped me with consuming more water this time of year!)

4.) Move Out of Your Fitness Comfort Zone

Some of us are creatures of habit. We rotate the same workouts, or say we don’t like certain types of workouts when in reality we’ve never tried them.

Even if you’re not feeling like you’re in a rut, just try something new for the hell of it. You may experience a benefit you never expected or discover another area you need to build strength in.

Moving out of your fitness comfort zone could mean taking a group fitness class when you usually go about your workouts solo, increase your weights, or try taking yoga before work just one day a week.

5.) Treat Yourself

You work really hard in the gym, and that’s great, but it’s easy to get sucked in to that go-go-go schedule where working out isn’t so much enjoyable as much as it is a daily item to check off your to-do list.

Give yourself a treat by making the time to book a monthly massage or facial at Aura Spa or spend 10 minutes in the steam room a few times a week, just something to relax.

What are some of your resolutions this year? We would love to cheer you on and help reach your goals!

Jan 13 2015

Break Your Plateau With a VIDA Personal Trainer!

By Elise Chretien

VIDA-Yards57194It’s the start of a New Year, and the perfect time to kick your workout up a notch with a VIDA personal trainer! Consulting with a trainer can make all the difference in the world when reaching your fitness goals. Plus, right now when you purchase a 50-pack of personal training sessions you get TWO months of free membership. That’s a win-win if I’ve ever seen one!

Whether you’re just starting out on your fitness journey or you’re already a certified gym rat, our trainers will give you the motivation and guidance you need to make your workouts as effective as possible. Your trainer will teach you proper technique and form and create a workout plan that is tailored to your goals and current fitness level.

As U Street Group Fitness Manager Alexx Griffin puts it, having a personal trainer is like getting your fitness prescription for the week.

“For example I could have someone do Spin on Monday, train with me on Tuesday and take yoga on Wednesday,” says Griffin. “We set up their entire fitness schedule.”

Our trainers here at VIDA specialize in a wide range of areas from burning fat to gaining muscle. After your initial consultation, you will be assigned to a trainer whose expertise best matches your goals.

“All of them are experienced in different niches,” says Griffin. “Whether that’s weight loss, functional training or Olympic lifting – we’re not ‘one trainer fits all.’ You’re going to get the one you need,” he says.

It can be intimidating to walk into a busy gym with little idea of what to expect or where to begin, which is why having a trained professional steer you in the right direction is imperative.

Isiah Munoz, Personal Training Manager at U Street, says that a key thing to remember when starting out is that everyone you see in the gym started somewhere.

“You have to make the mental commitment to change, have the desire to get in better shape (whatever that means for you) and make the choice to get help from a professional who can guide you through your journey,” says Munoz. “No one walks into a gym already in great shape,” he says.

So what can you expect in your first session? Munoz explains that you will start with a 10-15 minute background consultation, followed by a 10-20 minute movement assessment to determine any physical limitations, then finally a short workout and recap of the session to finish.

“We spend time learning about our members medical conditions, exercise background, fitness goals and diet, and then take them through a physical assessment to see how their body moves and how their cardiovascular system reacts under stress. All of these factors play a large role in a person’s physical make-up and having this knowledge ensures that they will be performing exercises safely,” says Munoz.

VIDA-Yards57109A common misconception about personal training is that it’s just for beginners – those stepping through doors of a gym for the first time. However, those who already work out consistently can reap just as many benefits from a personal training program as first-timers can due to the fresh perspective it provides on your current routine.

It’s easy to fall into the habit of doing the same workout over and over; it was working for a while so you assume if you keep doing it you’ll keep seeing results, right? Unfortunately, your body gets used to repetitive motions after a few sessions and eventually stops responding to them. This is where you reach the ultra-frustrating “plateau” and where it is essential to introduce new moves into your routine.

Our certified trainers are able to provide constantly varying workouts, giving your body the muscle confusion it needs to stay challenged and make changes! A program that lasts more than just a few sessions is ideal so that you have enough time to master the exercises and up the intensity on your workouts each week. Our 50-pack is perfect for those committed to making lasting changes over a lengthened period of time in a positive, supportive environment.

Don’t forget, if you purchase a 50-pack of personal training sessions you receive 2 months of membership free! For more information don’t hesitate to contact us at personaltraining@vidafitness.com. Happy training!

Jan 12 2015

Break Your Plateau With a VIDA Personal Trainer!

By Elise Chretien

VIDA-Yards57109Have you been toying with idea of starting a personal training program, but haven’t found the right time? That time is now! A VIDA personal trainer can make all the difference in the world when reaching your fitness goals. Plus, right now when you purchase a 50-pack of personal training sessions you get TWO months of free membership. That’s a win-win if I’ve ever seen one!

Whether you’re just starting out on your fitness journey or you’re already a certified gym rat, consulting with a trainer can give you the motivation and guidance you need to make your workouts as effective as possible. Your trainer will teach you proper technique and form and create a workout plan that is tailored to your goals and current fitness level. Together, you will come up with a weekly workout plan consisting of one-on-one sessions and a variety of classes to add to your routine.

As U Street Group Fitness Manager Alexx Griffin puts it, having a personal trainer is like getting your fitness prescription for the week.

“For example I could have someone do Spin on Monday, train with me on Tuesday and take yoga on Wednesday,” says Griffin. “We set up their entire fitness schedule.”

Our trainers here at VIDA specialize in a wide range of areas from burning fat to gaining muscle. After your initial consultation, you will be assigned to a trainer whose expertise best matches your goals.

“All of them are experienced in different niches,” says Griffin. “Whether that’s weight loss, functional training or Olympic lifting – we’re not ‘one trainer fits all.’ You’re going to get the one you need,” he says.

promoPTA common misconception about personal training is that it’s just for beginners – those stepping through the doors of a gym for the first time. However, those who already work out consistently can reap just as many benefits from a personal training program as first-timers can due to the fresh perspective it provides on your current routine.

I know how easy it is to fall into the habit of doing the same workout over and over, it was working for a while so you assume if you keep doing it you’ll keep seeing results, right? Unfortunately, your body gets used to repetitive motions after a few sessions and eventually stops responding to them. This is where you reach the ultra-frustrating “plateau” and where it is essential to introduce new moves into your routine.

Our certified trainers are able to provide constantly varying workouts, giving your body the muscle confusion it needs to stay challenged and make changes! A program that lasts more than just a few sessions is ideal so that you have enough time to master the exercises and up the intensity on your workouts each week. Our 50-pack is perfect for those committed to making lasting changes over a lengthened period of time in a positive, supportive environment.

Don’t forget, if you purchase a 50-pack of personal training sessions you receive 2 months of membership free! For more information don’t hesitate to contact us at personaltraining@vidafitness.com. Happy training!

Jan 12 2015

VIDA Member Spotlight: Pasquale Guiducci

pasqualeAfter taking Tuesday night 7:30 p.m. Vinyasa at Metropole I caught up with VIDA member, Pasquale Guiducci, who is an actor/dancer and is currently on the journey to becoming a certified yoga teacher.

How long have you been practicing yoga?

About six years.

When did you being practicing at VIDA?

I’ve been a member of VIDA for about a year and a half, so for as long as I’ve been a member here!

What do you like most about this particular Vinyasa class with it being a little longer at 75 minutes long?

I like how the 75 minute class just feels fuller, you have time to really ease in to each pose and stretch and pull what areas you want to focus on.

And you get a good period of time to rest at the end. I think a lot of people write off the last pose, savasana, or corpse pose, as relatively unimportant, but it’s really one of the most important poses in your practice. If you don’t have time to truly sink in to that pose and allow your muscles to calm down and recover from the work you just did for 45 minutes to an hour, you’re doing yourself a disservice.

How does yoga fit in to your overall fitness regimen?

I’m an actor and dancer by trade, so yoga for me started off as another way to work on my flexibility, but the more I practiced the more I realized how yoga benefits my balance and strength.

Yoga has also really helped me to have an awareness of how I hold and move my body, even when I’m just walking. When I’m weight training I can see the benefits yoga has brought to maintaing proper alignment and form when completing an exercise. And with running I can definitely feel the lower body strength and stability yoga has brought.

What does yoga do for you more in the spiritual and mental sense, rather than just physically?

When I first started yoga it was very much just about the physical benefits, but the more I practiced the more I found myself centered and relaxed outside of the classroom. It’s become my favorite time of day because it’s an hour solely devoted to just focusing inward on me, my connection to my own body and on each breath that takes me from one movement to another.

Also, with living in the city and holding multiple jobs, yoga is a chance to breathe and escape from the hectic feelings that life brings, it’s time to just slow down.

What is your favorite yoga pose?

I love scorpion pose! It’s a forearm stance where you lay your forearms on the floor and then almost move in to a downward dog pose, but then you lift up to bring your feet above you, and as you continue working on that pose you’re able to continually bring your feet more forward toward your head. (You can see Pasquale doing this pose in the photo above!)

Anything else you would like to add for anyone who hasn’t tried a yoga class at VIDA?

What I love about yoga in general, and what VIDA offers, is there are so many styles you can try.

Not every style is for everyone, so with the diverse schedule VIDA has, take the time to seek out different classes and styles to find one that works best for you.

Jan 9 2015

Metropole is Getting a Facelift!

mptourIf you’ve been to our Metropole location in the past week you’ve probably noticed things looking a little different! General Manager Nancy Burnham gives us the breakdown of what’s changed so far and what to expect in 2015.

“There’s an exciting #VIDAresolution happening at Metropole! Last week we tackled phase I of II of our weight room face lift. The goal is to create a dedicated Reformer area and more functional space. So far we’ve maneuvered equipment in a way to make the most efficient use of the space without eliminating any equipment. Phase II will include some possible trade outs of less popular equipment to make room for even more functional space. Phase II expected later on this year. The VIDA Metropole team would love to hear your feedback and suggestions on the best possible solution for our club, or you can email the General Manager directly at nburnham@vidafitness.com.

You’ll also notice next to the revamped abs/stretch area that we’ve added more TRX straps! With the roll out of the new 2015 programs, this set up will accommodate up to 7 TRX straps. TRX classes begin next week! If you have any questions about our programs, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Colleen Palomma at cpalomma@vidafitness.com.

Jan 9 2015

Sticking With Your #VIDAresolution – Mid January Motivation!

VIDA-Yards57200Our #VIDAresolution contest is in full swing! We love the photos and videos we’ve been receiving of VIDA members nailing their workouts. Now that we’re winding up the second week of January let’s keep the momentum going!

The majority of us went back to work this week, and settling back into your routine is the perfect time to make sure your fitness goals are a priority in your schedule. Is there a VIDA Fitness on your way home from work? Pack a change of clothes and hit the gym or take a class before heading home for the evening. Or pay us a visit on your lunch break – our luxurious locker rooms have all the amenities you need to return to work fresh and clean.

New Year’s resolutions can sometimes be short-lived, but we want your #VIDAresolution to last all year! Statistics show that 75% of people who make New Year’s resolutions keep their resolutions through the first week. That’s great! However, by February 1st that number drops significantly. The first few weeks of a resolution, especially if it is a large lifestyle change are the hardest. You may not see results right away and you may feel like the road ahead of you will be too difficult. This is the point where it is critical to keep going! Many people give up after this point only to put the brakes on the positive changes their bodies were starting to make. You’re going to have days where you feel too sick, tired, or sluggish to get to the gym. You’re also going to have cheat meals, everyone does. What’s important is to not beat yourself up over them and instead make the next healthy decision you can. If you miss a workout, just come back the next day! It’s never too late to get back on track with your #VIDAresolution.

It’s important to reward yourself when you do reach your goals. Setting small, attainable milestones for yourself gives you a sense of accomplishment when you reach them and further motivates you to keep pushing towards the next one. After you reach a goal, reward yourself with something that makes you happy, whether that’s a relaxing facial at Aura Spa or treating yourself to a new outfit.

A great way to keep yourself accountable for your workouts is to share them with others! If you don’t have a gym buddy, enlist the help of a friend who will ask you how your workouts went that week, what exercises are working the best for you, or if you’ve tried any new classes that you’ve loved. If you absolutely loved the last RX class you took, tweet about it! (with the #VIDAresolution hashtag of course!) The more people that you share your goals with, the bigger support system you have to keep you focused.

And of course don’t forget to post your #VIDAresolution selfie and let us know how your workout was! Are you starting to feel stronger on the squat rack, or cutting a few seconds off your mile? We want to hear about your progress! Plus, you can win up to a year of free membership by participating. How’s that for motivation to get to the gym?

Jan 7 2015

Reach your #VIDAresolution faster with the January Weight Loss Challenge!

By Elise Chretien

eblastWeightChallengeIf you’re like the majority of us, you probably made a resolution to lose weight in 2015. Or perhaps you’re already an active member of the VIDA Fitness community but looking for that extra push to break your plateau (and help shed off those holiday pounds!)

Our January Weight Loss Challenge is here and ready to help! This six week program begins January 19th and includes two 45 minute small group (4 people max) training sessions a week with one of our certified personal trainers. Each participant also receives a 25 minute one-on-one nutritional consult with our Registered Dietician Nutritionist, Cat Taylor.

The Weight Loss Challenge is open to people of all fitness levels. You can expect a combination of weight training and strength exercises designed to challenge your body and push you to the next level. These workouts are intended to burn the max amount of calories possible in the 45 minute session, so come prepared to give it all you’ve got!

An important feature of the program is the small group setting. Lisa Lipscomb, the VIDA Fitness Regional Director of Personal Training explains that with a small class you’re getting the best of both worlds when it comes to personal training.

“Four people is perfect because you’re getting individual attention from the instructor but you still feel the camaraderie and support of the group participants,” says Lipscomb.
It’s also much easier to hold yourself accountable for showing up to workouts when you know the rest of class is depending on your being there.

“In large classes it’s easy to get lost in the back and feel anonymous,” says Lipscomb. “With this program, your friends will know if you’re not there. It may be easy to cancel on yourself, but it’s a lot harder to cancel on your friends,” she says.

In addition to ensuring that you show up for workouts, training in a group makes it easier to stay focused on your goals and stay motivated when things get difficult. It helps to have people pushing you through that last rep when your body is screaming in protest. Plus, your fellow participants are going through the same fatiguing experience. Knowing that you’re not in it alone makes all the difference in the world!

In your initial nutritional consult with Cat Taylor you will share what your current diet consists of and learn if there are any small changes you can make to improve your diet. Taylor will be available over email for regular check-ins during the six weeks to help keep you on track, and address questions regarding nutrition and balancing calories. If you’d like to pursue additional VIDA nutritional counseling, that option will be made available to you as well.

We all know the two components of successful weight loss are exercise and proper nutrition. Our Weight Loss Challenge delivers the perfect combination of the two in a positive, energetic environment that has been proven to get you the results you want.

“After teaching this class with such a great success, I can honestly say that we’ve changed the way our participants think about their health and exercise,” explains our Regional Group Fitness Director, Alexx Griffin. “The number on the scale is not nearly as important as how they look and feel,” he says.

If you’re serious about dropping pounds in 2015, don’t hesitate to email personaltraining@vidafitness.com to pick your sessions day and time and schedule your consult. We can’t wait to see your results!

Jan 6 2015

VIDA Instructor Spotlight: Cayley Byars

cayleybyarsCayley has Bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Exercise & Sports Science from The University of Georgia and a Masters in Public Health specializing in Physical Activity from The George Washington University. Since 2009, she has been a personal trainer and group fitness instructor for a diverse group of clients and students. Always looking for new fitness challenges, Cayley plans on embarking on a yoga certification journey in the near future to further tie in the spiritual and mental aspect of physical movement into her fitness routines. Her approach to fitness is very functional and she incorporates a lot of stability and mobilization exercises, helping people improve their quality of life through enhancing their physical state. You can find her teaching Zumba, Cycle, TRX, Pilates Reformer, and other strength training classes on the group fitness schedule!

1. What’s your favorite color?
Turquoise

2. What food can you not live without?
Chocolate and Peanut Butter Combo

3. Last book you read?
Daring Greatly by Brene Brown

4. Next big vacation planned?
A snorkeling trip to Bonaire with my sister

5. Which superpower would you like for 24 hours?
The ability to understand and speak any language

6. What vice will you never give up?
Watching Real Housewives 😉

7. What song gets you fired up for class?
Talking Body by Tove Lo

8. When you’re not teaching in the Studio, where can they find you?
Walking my dog on the National Mall.

Jan 4 2015

VIDA Class Spotlight: Vinyasa

vinyasamp2Many times when I go in to a group fitness class at VIDA to do a blog review, it’s for a type of workout I’ve never tried before. I go in with little foresight other than some background information from the VIDA website and that’s about it.

But not this month.

For January’s blog review I was asked to take a vinyasa yoga class, and let’s just say vinyasa and I have a relationship similar to that of star-crossed lovers you see in movies based on Nicholas Sparks’ novels.

Yoga and I are meant to be together, but the timing never seems right. There’s an undeniable connection, yet something always comes along and we fall out of touch again, only to be reunited in the future and feel fate and time’s sting. (Can you tell I’m one for dramatics?)

Anyhow, when I walked in to Chris’ yoga class I was a little fearful, I haven’t taken a yoga class since spring, and that was the only class I had taken in maybe six months prior to that when I was practicing yoga regularly.

I knew my flexibility would be poor and I would potentially feel some frustration in my regression of skill.

Within five minutes of the class starting, that fear melted away. Yes, I was as inflexible as I thought I would be, and no, I could not hold some of the poses for as long or as deep as I once could, but as Chris reminded the class, this isn’t a competition.

vinyasamp1Yoga isn’t a competition against other students in the class, or even yourself. His challenge to us was to know where our limits were and to find that line of where challenge crosses over to uncomfortable, and then lean in to the side of challenge.

Our practice wasn’t about gaining a firmer backside or arms (although I will say if you do take Chris’ class regularly, you will achieve those things as well), it was about letting your mind come to a slow. The main task was to focus on breathing deeply in conjunction with the series of poses, or asanas as they’re referred to in yoga.

By the end of the working part of class, before the last ten minutes of rest, I was pretty physically exhausted. I could feel all my muscles screaming, “This is why you should do yoga every week!!!”

But more so than just my body giving me a loud reminder, my mind was saying, “thank you.”

See, I took this class on December 30, which was the perfect pause I needed to reflect on 2014, This past year had some very trying times along with some very exhilarating times and his class was the perfect opportunity to let it all sink in as well as set my intention for 2015, which is growth.

I want to grow personally, professionally and spiritually, and I believe regular vinyasa will help anyone to grow in all of these areas and beyond. So if there’s anything you resolve to do in 2015 related to your health, let it be to get more in tune with you.

Resolve to work your body and mind in a way that will transport you from the stresses of daily life, learn to invest in yourself with time and resolve to find the tools that will allow you to do those things. And if you need a place to start, I strongly suggest venturing in to vinyasa.

Remember how I said yoga and I had that relationship where the timing never seemed to be right? Well, I think yoga and I have finally hit the mark, and you can bet I’ll be hitting the mat more in 2015.

Jan 2 2015

VIDA Instructor Spotlight: Dan McAnally

danmcanally Dan McAnally is both registered yoga teacher with a 200 hour level certification and a certified Pilates Reformer instructor. Dan’s Yoga and Pilates classes are centered around listening to your body, cultivating positive energy, building heat and muscle, deep breathing, and having fun. Dan attended a yearlong teacher training in Classical Yoga and Yoga Lifestyle at The Yoga Life Institute in Philadelphia, PA, completing his teacher training in 2009. Dan also received his Group Pilates Reformer Training Certificate from Peak Pilates in March 2013. Dan enjoys practicing Yoga, Pilates, and Pilates Reformer because they feel great, they are great total body workouts which give the body low impact and high results, they add variety to your workouts, and they have endless possibilities. When not teaching or practicing yoga, Dan works full time at the National Institutes of Health pushing papers for the man. Dan was also a successful Peace Corps Volunteer and served in Mali, West Africa as a health education volunteer. These days, on his free time, Dan enjoys biking around DC (best place on earth!), drinking herbal tea and sparkling water, listening to mixtapes, and playing UNO for big money.

Q-How would you describe your teaching style?

Positive energy, fun and free, total freedom, more of a tour guide than a teacher

Q-When a member comes to your class for the first time, what can he/she expect from you?

It’s all about feelings and vibes. They can expect to feel a comfortable, relaxed, fun vibe, and also expect to get a good strong well rounded yoga class with a constant flow of poses that build heat and energy. I try to create a relaxed but strong atmosphere free of judgement where people can push themselves hard, or let themselves take it easy, which is very hard to do, and just enjoy their time on the yoga mat.

Q-Why did you decide to become a yoga instructor?

I never decided to become a yoga instructor. From the first time I tried yoga, I just really enjoyed how much fun it was and how yoga made me feel. I just wanted to learn more about it and enjoyed practicing a lot so I went to a teacher training. Through that I was just trying to bust out as many fun yoga sessions as possible and hoped that I could help people feel good and have fun with it. I am just really grateful for all the amazing people I have met because of yoga.

Q-what’s your favorite ‘cheat’ meal

7 eleven

You can find Dan teaching Pilates Mat Tuesdays at 7pm and Candlelight yoga at 8pm on Tuesdays.

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