The Week of
Consistency is Key
This Week’s Info
- Mobility Focus: Hip
- Stability Goals: Hip
- Skill Work: Pull Up 2
- Mindset: Consistency
WOD Programming Schedule
- Monday: Strength
- Tuesday: MetCon
- Wednesday: Pliability
- Thursday: Strength
- Friday: MetCon
- Saturday: Pliability
MEMBER SURVEY RESULTS!
- First, thank you for giving us incredible and useful feedback! We HEARD you!
- COVID Exposures: If Mindset finds out that you or your class was exposed to someone with COVID, you will be notified via email. However, please know that given the CDC Guidelines for Exposure (within 6ft for 15min), the chances of a true exposure are very limited based on the way we run our classes.
- No Show / Cancellation Policy Review: Please reference the Member Guide you were sent when you signed up for your membership or the Waiver in your Push Press account or let us know if you need it sent to you again. My apologies as I couldn’t attach it to this newsletter!
Mindset’s Favorite Things…
- For the home stretch of 2022, we are going to have some serious fun! Plan on a new theme, lots of wisdom, giveaways and celebrations each month!
- Get ready for October…
- It is Mentor and Me Month! We are giving you 4 free classes for a friend, child, mentee, etc. for this month! Contact Amanda to sign up someone important to you!
- The Halloween Costume WOD will be on Oct 29th! Mark your calendars!
Summer of You Challenge Winners!
- Let’s give a BIG congratulations to the winners!
- 1st Place: Kristy M.
- 2nd Place: Nancy K.
- 3rd Place: Nikki M.
Consistency is key… but why?
Functional Medicine Corner
As hard as it is to believe, it is time to get back to school! This means packed lunches, after school sports and arts activities, and early morning breakfast. This is also a time of year when we try to figure out how to best fuel our families, acknowledging that time is often limited. There are many ways we can still focus largely on eating nutrient dense foods without spending hours in the kitchen! Let’s consider how to optimize breakfast today.
- Protein is key
- Protein is an optimal addition to help fuel ourselves and our kiddos consistently through the morning.
- Eggs are a nutrient-dense addition in the morning and are often easy to prepare.
- Yogurt, protein powder and low-sugar, well-raised breakfast meats are also great options.
- Batch cooking
- Quiches, casseroles, overnight oats…. All of these can be made ahead of time and then quickly and easily grabbed in the morning for a quick, yet nutritious beginning to your day.
- Add a fruit and/or veggie
- Getting some good plant-based nutrients first thing in the morning can really help to fuel the brain and the body.
- This can easily be done by adding some leftover veggies to an egg scramble, or adding fresh fruit to overnight oats.
Below are a few recipe ideas. Happy experimenting, and wishing the best to all as we head back into fall!
~ Carrie Palmer PA-C, IFMCP
Please feel free to reach out to Carrie directly with additional questions at 269-224-1659!
Member of the Month – Nicole Asher
WE LOVE YOU NICOLE!
We are so pumped and honored to have you in our crazy community! You master consistency, hard work and passion! We love to watch you bring your best every single workout and cheer on others!
Help us send some MINDSET LOVE to Nicole this month!