Welcome to Fit2B and this week’s featured workout, a fresh exercise tip from Beth, a contributor we’re spotlighting, and our latest blog. We update this page weekly on Thursdays and send out an email reminder to come check it out! You can also bookmark this page to your favorites!
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Walk Without Walking
Studies show that visualizing movements while resting in a calm state helps you perform those movements better when you actually do them! So, if you’re having trouble getting out for a real walk…Walking Meditation
Weekly Shortie WORKOUT
Each week, we are offering ONE short exercise routine that’s safe for Diastasis Recti here that you can fit into your busy schedule. They will only stay up for 1 week, so don’t miss them! Compare membership levels on Fit2B and join here for full access to our entire workout library of nearly 300 streaming home exercise videos!
This Week’s Shortie: Sapphire Standing – E/TS – This routine is part of our NEW BLUE color series. In this short exercise routine, we review your standing alignment to build more stability in your spine & core. These simple movement drills take you out of alignment and back into alignment, helping you practice those shifts, and the exercises fit right into your daily life. ❤️ Members: bookmark this workout here for future use
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Many brilliant minds have contributed to our ecourses, been guests on our Fit2B Radio podcast, and even provided workouts for us to stream here on our platform. We’d like to use this space to give a little extra credit to someone special each week!
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Exercise Tip For This Week:
Start where you are. If you’re on the couch right now, do a few overhead arm presses, then stand up and do a few squats. If you’re in bed, roll your knees from side to side a few times, then sit up and do some spine stretches on the edge of your bed. If you’re standing, do some calf raises and side leg lifts. Then do a little more. Then a little more until you feel done. Fear of what’s happening in the world, fear of reopening your Diastasis Recti, fear of anything can hold you back. When you ease in gently, you don’t need to be afraid.Shop Fit2b Explore Membership options