No matter where you are in your journey, you deserve to feel fantastic. At Snap Fitness we are here for you, 24/7, with a variety of ways to move, a strong member community, and a super supportive team.
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Want to brighten your mood in just a few minutes? ✨
Cass Dunn, Mindfulness Meditation teacher and host of the 'Crappy to Happy' podcast, gives you quick tips on how to feel a little less crappy and a little more happy in just 3 minutes.
Listen here and check out the mind section in The Snap App for more. https://spoti.fi/3HDLhDL
Want a mood-boost? Give this lower-body workout a try and you just may reap awesome benefits like reduced stress, heightened self-esteem and a better mood.
➡️ Check out the full workout and benefits on our blog: https://bit.ly/35lH7n3
Breakfast will never be the same after you try this delicious berry bircher 🍓🫐
This recipe is jam-packed full of nutrition & sure to keep you satisfied all morning long!
Check out the full recipe and benefits on the blog: https://bit.ly/3Cbep48
HIIT, lifting, walking, running, what’s your favorite way to move?🏋️♂️🏃♀️
Whether you work a nine-to-five office job, or WFH, this list of nutritious snacks will keep your mood elevated throughout the day. 🍿 🥜
Check out the full blog here: https://bit.ly/3pDfc8T
Whether you're setting a personal goal or taking a walk outside, every minute counts and is tracked in The Snap App.
The App tracks everything from your steps and distance to your calories and gym visits. Download the app and start tracking your moment today: https://www.snapfitness.com/us/snap-app/
Love that mood-boosting feeling—whether you're getting your steps in for the day or trying to hit your next PR. What's your favorite post-workout feeling? 💪
Whether you're enjoying time with loved ones over a home-cooked meal, or squeezing in lunch between meetings, mindful eating can add more intention and enjoyment to your meal. No diet or strict rules required! All you need to do is stay present during your meal.
To learn more, check out this article from the Snap App: https://www.eatforhealth.gov.au/
You probably put some thought into pre-workout nutrition, but are you giving your post-workout meal the same attention? If not, you may want to. Consuming the right nutrients after you exercise is just as important as what you eat before. 🙌
Start giving your workout the support it deserves with these simple steps!
This beloved breakfast has taken the world by storm, and for good reason. Avocado toast is delicious and healthy!
🥑 High in healthy fats
🍳 High in protein and nutrients
Check out the full recipe on our blog: https://bit.ly/3sgk4Bu
Level up your nutrition with loads of tips and recipes in the palm of your hand 🥑 🫐 🥬
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Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the human body. Every cell in your body contains it and needs it to function. Low levels of magnesium can cause wicked leg cramps and low energy. No thank you!
Magnesium is absolutely essential for good health. According to the National Institute of Health, the recommended daily intake is 400–420 mg per day for men and 310–320 mg per day for women.
You can get it from both food and supplements. Here are some foods that are an excellent source: spinach, 39% of the RDI in a cup (180 grams), dark chocolate (70–85% cocoa): 33% of the RDI in 3.5 ounces (100 grams), cashews: 25% of the RDI in a quarter cup (30 grams)
Circuit training is a two-for-one deal—get both strength and cardio in the same sweat session!
➡️ Check out the workout and its benefits on our blog: https://bit.ly/3AToCl4
Nutrition can be easy and enjoyable if you focus on small improvements. For starters, look for things you can ADD to your lifestyle to improve your diet.
Try adding these 4 things to your diet to benefit your nutrition now! Read more on the blog: https://bit.ly/3IYjYFl
Nutrition can be easy and enjoyable if we focus on small improvements. For starters, we can look to things you can add to your lifestyle to improve our diet.
Here are 4 easy things you can add to your diet to benefit your nutrition now. Check out the blog for more: https://bit.ly/3IYjYFl
Your mind bone is connected to your...heart bone?
Mindfulness matters—even for heart health! Meditating for just 10 minutes a day can improve your heart rate, lower your stress levels, and improve overall heart health. This can reduce your risk of heart disease, diabetes and stroke!
Download the Snap App to get access to free meditation trainings.
Give your heart a little extra love and kindness this month. Meditation is a simple thing you can do to lower your stress levels and improve heart health. ♥️
Studies show practicing mindfulness or meditation for 10 minutes a day improves heart rate, reduces stress and lowers blood pressure. Long term effects of regular meditation include reduced risk of heart disease, diabetes and stroke! Download the Snap app and try one of our many meditations in the mind section today! https://www.snapfitness.com/us/snap-app/
Put as much heart into your plate as you do your workout!
Listen to the "Eat For Your Heart" podcast on the Snap App to learn all the ways you can level-up your wellness from the kitchen.
Download the app at the link in bio! (Psst...it's free for members.)
Looking after your heart is a lifelong process. On this episode of The Doctor's Kitchen, Dr. Rupy Aujla and Dr. Ayan Panja discuss how certain foods are important for your heart health, how managing certain aspects of your lifestyle--like sleep, stress and movement--can benefit your heart health, and so much more! Listen to the full episode here and make sure to check out the Snap App for other podcasts like this one.
Fist pumping music, or pump-up music? This one does both 💪
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Get your heart pumping with this exercise playlist that features today's upbeat hits!♥️ 🎼. Listen here: https://spoti.fi/3E6dCRq
Whether you're setting a personal goal or taking a walk outside, every minute counts and is tracked in the Snap App. The member App tracks everything from your steps and distance to your calories and gym visits. You can also earn journey badges each week to show your progress. Download today: https://www.snapfitness.com/us/snap-app/
Happy Valentine's Day to people who re-rack their weights ❤️
When it comes to Valentine's Day, the more personal, the better! A thoughtful card that speaks to someone special and their hobbies and passions may win you extra brownie points. To help, we've rounded up 4 fitness-themed cards that are bound to make your valentine's heart pound faster than any treadmill ever will. ♥️
Grab your Galentine, crank up this girl pop playlist and crush your workout like the queens you all are! 💗 🙌 🎵
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Grab your galentine, crank up this girl pop playlist, and crush your workout like the queens you all are! 💕🙌
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Super heart-healthy doesn't have to taste super boring. Fuel + fortify your heart with this chocolate, raspberry and peanut butter oatmeal recipe!
Oats are among the healthiest grains on earth. They're a great source of key vitamins, minerals and fiber, and studies have even shown that they can lower blood sugar and reduce your risk of heart disease.
Find more recipes like this on the Snap App—it's free for members! https://bit.ly/3KhtvZJ
Oats are among the healthiest grains on earth. They're a great source of key vitamins, minerals and fiber, and studies have even shown that they can lower blood sugar and reduce your risk of heart disease. ♥️
Keep your heart healthy and happy with this Chocolate, Raspberry and Peanut Butter Oatmeal recipe!
To learn the added benefits of the cocoa in this recipe, check out the blog: https://bit.ly/3KhtvZJ. You can also find more recipes like this on the Snap App!
Just because you don't have recess doesn't mean you can't jump rope.
This efficient cardiovascular exercise can be done just about anywhere! A few tips to get you started:
- Maintain an upright, straight back.
- Keep your chest up, shoulders down and back, and head looking straight forward.
- Keep palms facing forward, your hands at your sides, and use your wrists to turn the rope.
- Keep your feet close together while jumping, jumping just 1-2 inches off the ground.
- Maintain a slight bend in your knees at all times.
- Land softly on the balls of your feet, recovering and springing right back up for the next turn of the rope.
Practice often to show your heart some love! 😄
Jumping rope is a terrific way to get an effective and efficient cardiovascular workout, and you can do it from just about anywhere!
Want to give it a try? Here are some quick tips:
-Maintain an upright, straight back.
-Keep your chest up, shoulders down and back, and head looking straight.
-Keep palms facing forward, your hands at your sides, and use your wrists to turn the rope.
-Keep your feet close together while jumping, jumping just 1-2 inches off the ground.
-Your knees should remain slightly bent at all times.
-Land softly on the balls of your feet, recovering and springing right back up for the next turn of the rope.
It may take some time and practice to nail your basic jump. Be patient and give yourself time to practice! A great way to watch your form is using a mirror! 😀.
25lb plates aren't the only ones you should be thinking about! February is heart health awareness month—add these ingredients to your next grocery pickup order to take care of your ticker. ⏱❤️
If you're looking for an easy way to protect your heart, try including some of these foods in your diet! You can encourage a healthier heart through the foods you eat. 🍎🫐🥕
The average heart beats 2.5 billion times over its lifetime, according to Harvard Medical School, and is responsible for pushing blood all over your body so you can function each day. That's a pretty big deal!
At Snap Fitness, our mission is to change lives in a results-driven culture that makes working out convenient, affordable, and enjoyable. Every day, we’re motivating our members on the path to living a healthy life. With 24/7 access and month-to-month memberships, this is truly your gym where you can work out on your time. Come as often as you can and work toward your goals with people who are passionate about helping you become your best self.
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