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‘It isn’t the end of my journey’

‘It isn’t the end of my journey’

It may be the end of the Suwanee Magazine Get Fit Challenge, but it isn’t the end of my journey! I am so grateful to Suwanee Magazine for giving me this opportunity to get started on my path to returning to being fit and healthier. I also am grateful to Alloy Personal Training for Women

Suwanee Get Fit Challenge

2018 Get Fit Challenge Update

We couldn’t be prouder of each of the contestants, as they’ve all pushed through their personal struggles to make health and fitness a priority in their lives – and each of them are thriving in the competition so far. Outside of their regular workout schedules with their assigned trainers, we’ve also scheduled periodic group activities

My favorite inspirational quotes

We just got back tonight from a quick trip to the beach (Miramar Beach, Florida). I needed that badly! Thank you Mom, Dad, and Keith! The beach is my happy place and the perfect place to destress. We enjoyed the sun, sand, Gulf, seafood, playing cards, and watching Michigan State basketball clinch the Big10 Championship.

‘These next six weeks are going to be about training my muscles and mind’

I have been really frustrated over the past couple of weeks. I have been struggling with learning a new role at work and being overwhelmed. I have been depressed that I’m not losing weight or not feeling a difference in my clothes yet. I knew I needed to write the next blog entry and I wasn’t feeling inspiring

#TrainerTipThursday: Anthony Wilkins

  For this week’s installment of our Get Fit Challenge #TrainerTipThursday, Anthony Wilkins of Alloy Personal Training for Women offers advice on how to approach New Year resolutions: “It is that time of year again.  Time to come up with some partially realistic, soon to be forgotten, excuse for doing or being better this coming

Suwanee Magazine Get Fit Challenge 2018

Meet the Get Fit Challenge Contestants

Back in October we reached out to the Suwanee community to see who would be willing to commit to a three-month fitness competition. We had recently made the decision to revive the Suwanee Magazine Get Fit Challenge, which we last hosted in 2012, and to our elation the response was overwhelming.  By: Alicia Carter |

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