Hi RPM fanatics! Here’s your summer schedule!
Monday’s 6am – KING & WELLINGTON
Tuesday’s 6am – MASONVILLE
Wednesday’s 5:30pm – OXFORD & ADELAIDE
Hope to see you out!
For the modest adventurer and thrill-seeker alike, Hawaii has something in store for everyone.
Here are some of my most memorable adventures!
Walk / Hike Ioa Valley – West Maui
Ioa Valley is a light to moderate hike that offers great views that are deeply rooted in Hawaii’s history.
Hike / Run Diamond Head -Honolulu, Oahu
Be sure to go early, this is a popular tourist spot and as it gets busier, it becomes more challenging to stay in the ‘exercise zone.’ Bonus: great views of the sunrise if you go early!
Hike / Run Koko Head – Honolulu, Oahu
This is a steep one – level 4-4.5/ 5, but an excellent endurance workout. Bring water and lots of it!
Hike Haleakalā National Park – Maui
At the end of the enchanting drive to Hana you will find Haleakalā National Park where you will hike through lush foliage and a bamboo forest to get to your final destination – a breathtakingly beautiful waterfall. Trust me, it’s well worth the all day journey to get there!
My regular class schedule is the same for March and April:
Monday – 6:30 pm – London Masonville
Tuesday – 6:00 am – London Masonville
Wednesday – 5:30 pm – London Oxford and Adelaide
Thursday – 6:00 pm – London Argyle
Wednesday March 9, 16, 23 – 6:00am London King & Wellington
Thursday March 24 – 12:15pm London King & Wellington
April 27 *New Release* London Oxford & Adelaide with my gal Caitlyn!
Wow! It’s been some time since my last post, but I’m back! So here are a couple updates:
I went to Hawaii – it was everything I expected and more. Stay tuned for a separate post in the #FitTravel section on this!
I started a new job that I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE! I was also fortunate enough to be featured on the BringItGirls.ca website as their February Feature of “Women Who Bring It.” What an honour! I truly think of myself as just an average girl trying to make it in this crazy world, but it sure feels good to be recognized for “bringing it.” ❤
Here’s the article: http://www.bringitgirls.ca/women-who-bring-it/lindsay-goodyear/
More posts to come. I promise!
In the meantime, keep doing you!
When it comes to what we put in our body, quality trumps all.
Now for starters… I am not naive, nor am I going to pretend that the cost of food isn’t a significant variable in our food buying decision making process – especially considering that buying fresh, locally grown products proves challenging during the winter months. That said, finding quality, fresh options at a good price isn’t impossible either, sometimes you just have to look a little harder for it.
Eating quality foods without breaking the bank is possible.
Second to the quality foods we choose to nourish our bodies come the supplements we take to support our immune system and fill in any gaps in our daily intake of vitamins and minerals. Quality really matters here. As a person with Celiac disease I am naturally more cautious of what ingredients are in my supplements, however Celiac or not, I think it’s a good reminder that often supplements have additives or other unnecessary ingredients that may compromise the quality or integrity of the product. For a protein supplement I rely on clean, plant-based protein powders – Vega is my go to. You can find Vega in most grocery or health food stores. I am also a huge proponent of a daily multivitamin for vitamin and mineral support and a probiotic for the promotion of healthy bacteria in your gut. For both my multi and my probiotic I rely on the science of Nuskin’s Pharmanex line – high quality, natural products formulated for nutritional support and substantiated by science. I’ve personally seen incredible results in my energy level, sleep habits and digestion since starting on Pharmanex products.
Whatever brand you choose or type of products you use, be informed and take control of what you are putting into your body. When it comes to your health, quality matters.
Generally speaking, I am an active person with a strong awareness of my body and how variables such as fitness, nutrition and sleep impact my “daily operation.” I exercise daily, eat well, hydrate often and make a conscious effort to move throughout the day. So why a FitBit?
Well… like you, I’m human. While I may know what my body needs, every so often I fall off the wagon, move a little less and let my healthy eating habits slide.
Wearable fitness technology – FitBit, Apple Watch, Garmin Vivofit or the like – help bring awareness to how active you actually are throughout the day. They help keep you accountable to your daily activity goals and even foster friendly competiton among your friends – the competitor in me lives for the challenges!
Top Reasons Why I Love FitBit
Sleep Tracking – admittedly I’m not the best sleeper. The sleep tracker gives me better awareness and helps me set sleep goals!
Syncibility – I love to ability to sync to MyFitnessPal for nutrition tracking and Run Keeper for run tracking!
Friendly Competition – I love that it sends you little reminders to help motivate you to win challenges!
And while it may seem like just another trendy technology, I really hope it’s here to stay. Wearable fitness technology is so much more than just another trend, it presents an incredible opportunity to shift the mindsets of the nation from unaware to aware, inactive to active and unhealthy to healthy.
Step on my friends!
If you want some friendly competiton add me: Lindsay.Goodyear85@gmail.com.
Ps. Big shout out to my former colleagues for this amazing gift! Xo
Before I get started with the recipe let me first apologize for the lack of photos – I totally forgot and what we didn’t eat, we already froze! Next time I promise to be more diligent with my food photography! 😉
Now for the recipe .. It is healthy, low fat, dairy-free and gluten-free!
Let me make this VERY easy for you. Prepare and place all ingredients in your Crockpot and cook on low heat for a couple of hours. Check in every hour to see if fish and potatoes are cooked through!
Voila! Healthy, simple and delicious!
Happy New Year! Can you believe it’s 2016?
Is your resolution to take up indoor cycling / spinning / RPM? If so.. Here’s my teaching schedule, I’d love to see you out!
Ps. If you’re not a GoodLife Fitness member yet, not to worry! Go into any GoodLife Club to sign up, they will take good care of you there 🙂
Monday’s – London Masonville 6:30pm
Tuesday’s – London Masonville 6:00am
Wednesday’s – London Oxford & Adelaide 5:30pm
Thursday’s – London Argyle 6:00pm
Tues Jan 5th 5:30pm – Southdale
Sat Jan 9th 9:00am -Sherwood
Tues Jan 12th 5:30pm – Southdale
Thurs Jan 14th 12:15pm – Citi Plaza
Thurs Jan 14th 4:30pm – Citi Plaza
Tues Jan 19th 5:30pm – Masonville – new program release class! Don’t miss it!!
Sat Jan 23 9:00am -Southdale
Forget the extra holiday calories, let’s stay on track this holiday season with the 21 Days of Abs Challenge!
21 Days of Holiday Abs Challenge
|Day 1: 10 crunches, 10 leg raises, 20 second plank||Day 2: 12 crunches, 12 leg raises, 22 second plank|
|Day 3: 14 crunches, 14 leg raises, 24 second plank||Day 4: 16 crunches, 16 leg raises, 26 second plank|
|Day 5: 18 crunches, 18 leg raises, 28 second plank||Day 6: 20 crunches, 20 leg raises, 30 second plank|
|Day 7: 22 crunches, 22 leg raises, 32 second plank||Day 8: 24 crunches, 24 leg raises, 34 second plank|
|Day 9: 26 crunches, 26 leg raises, 36 second plank||Day 10: 28 crunches, 28 leg raises, 38 second plank|
|Day 11: 30 crunches, 30 leg raises, 40 second plank||Day 12: 32 crunches, 32 leg raises, 42 second plank|
|Day 13: 34 crunches, 34 leg raises, 44 second plank||Day 14: 36 crunches, 36 leg raises, 46 second plank|
|Day 15: 38 crunches, 38 leg raises, 48 second plank||Day 16: 40 crunches, 40 leg raises, 50 second plank|
|Day 17: 42 crunches, 42 leg raises, 52 second plank||Day 18: 44 crunches, 44 leg raises, 54 second plank|
|Day 19: 46 crunches, 46 leg raises, 56 second plank||Day 20: 48 crunches, 48 leg raises, 58 second plank|
|Day 21: 50 crunches, 50 leg raises, 60 second plank|
21 Day Holiday Ab Challenge