Sunday, August 17, 2014

Back to school Bootcamp tips

Happy Sunday Everyone
Back to school time!!
and for some of you this maybe a relief to get back to the routine and for other it might be a little chaos.
Here is a few things to make sure, your fitness routine does not suffer this week.
#1 Remember we have lots of options...6am, 11am, 5pm, 6pm and 6:30pm and 7:45pm
(Plan out at least 3 workout days, if you get more better, if not at least 3)
#2 Make lunches the night before school for the kids and prep all your meals to make sure you don't skip any meals, stay committed to your eating program
#3 Set alarm clocks for you and the kids....have enough time for everyone (YOU TOO) to have BREAKFAST
#4 After school make sure the kids have good (NON) sugary snack and make sure you have some for you...Our protein donuts are a great afternoon treat for everyone
#5 Extracurricular Activities...A lot of you have your kids in sports, martial arts and dance and a few other things....that is great...encourage them to be active
WHAT ABOUT YOU? How active are you? Have fit are you keeping? 
Remember you have to put the oxygen mask on yourself first!
#6 Let's have a kick a$$ back to school week for the kids and for you at Bootcamp
Have a GREAT Sunday everyone

Master Trainer Rafael
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ALS Ice Bucket Challenge (Today at South Florida Fitness Bootcamp)

In the last two weeks, the Ice Bucket Challenge has quite literally “soaked” the nation. Everyone from Ethel Kennedy to Justin Timberlake has poured a bucket of ice water over his or her head and challenged others do the same or make a donation to fight ALS within twenty-four hours. Between July 29 and today, August 12, The ALS Association and its 38 chapters have received an astonishing $4 million in donations compared to $1.12 million during the same time period last year. The ALS Association is incredibly grateful for the outpouring of support from those people who have been doused, made a donation, or both. Contributions further The Association’s mission to find a cure for ALS while funding the highest quality of care for people living with the disease. "We have never seen anything like this in the history of the disease,” said Barbara Newhouse, President and CEO of The ALS Association. “We couldn’t be more thrilled with the level of compassion, generosity and sense of humor that people are exhibiting as they take part in this impactful viral initiative."
and it seems someone has challenge one of our ABF members
AND TODAY at 5pm after Bootcamp, Awesome Bootcamp Family member Julie takes The come support this afternoon in  Hialeah
With only about half of the general public knowledgeable about amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, the Ice Bucket Challenge is making a profound difference. Since July 29, The Association has welcomed more than 70,000 new donors to the cause. "While the monetary donations are absolutely incredible,” said Newhouse, “the visibility that this disease is getting as a result of the challenge is truly invaluable. People who have never before heard of ALS are now engaged in the fight to find treatments and a cure for ALS."
5pm today in Hialeah ...ALS Ice Bucket Challenge