Fit soldiers Clean and lean challenge

Fall Clean and Lean Challenge

FS TransformationAre you tired of:

  • Unsustainable ‘diet’ programs
  • Quick fixes
  • Relying on and paying for expensive products and shakes to see results
  • Counting calories
  • Starving yourself to lose weight
  • And to top it all off regaining the weight and then some faster than you took it off?

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Are you a Dieter or a Student?

We often get the question. What can and can’t I eat…?

More often than not this comes from people with a heavy diet background. They’re so used to following a diet that tells them to eat this… stay away from that. They’re looking for black and white.

The problem is that nutrition is not one size fits all. Gluten may be severe for a few, a mild allergy for most, and not bother others at all. Dairy is similar. Some people thrive with high fat while others like myself perform better with more carbs.

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Group Fit Soldiers

Summer Games 2017

Fit Soldiers and Food For Hope

Fit Soldiers Tug O War

You asked for it…by popular demand the Fit Soldiers Summer Games are back!! We all had so much fun putting fun into your fitness that it the hardest decision we had to make was picking the date.

Imagine a “workout” where you lose concept of time and space. Where hard work and sweat are overshadowed by smiles and laughter. That’s exactly what our summer games are all about.

Group Fit Soldiers

We bring together like minded people of all fitness backgrounds and create an event where everybody is challenged, yet everybody thrives!

The Fit Soldiers Summer Games is a team competition that will test you as an individual as well as your team physically, and mentally. You will test your team work and leadership skills, knowledge and fitness, sportsmanship, enthusiasm, problem solving skills and adapt to our fun twists and turns along the way!

Summer Games Carry

Who is it for?

We’ve designed the event to challenge yet magnify the best of everyone from the fitness newbie to the seasoned fitness fanatic. The event is for people who want to experience fitness in a fun new way. Don’t have a complete team? Don’t worry, register and we’ll plug you into an awesome team that needs an awesome person just like you!

Team HuddleJoin us for one heck of a fun time:

  • Saturday, September 9th
  • 8:00am – Noon
  • Teams of 4 (2 Male, 2 Female)
  • At least one teammate must be a new or not a current Fit Soldier (New=FS Member for one month or less)
  • Register by August 25th and receive a Summer Games T-Shirt
  • Enjoy a Free Post-Games Smoothie!
  • Awards will be given for Fittest, Biggest Heart, Limitless, and more…
  • Join us at 3:00pm for Awards and our Annual Client Appreciation BBQ
  • Charity partner: Food For Hope www.foodforhope.net

REGISTRATION OPTIONS:

  • Current Fit Soldiers – $30
  • Summer Games Package (4 weeks of training (12sessions) + Summer Games) – $150
  • Non-Member, Summer Games Only – $60

Fit Soldiers RallyWe believe that in order to maximize your results, fitness needs to be the outcome NOT the goal. When your goals are set to have fun with your fitness your results will follow. Our Summer Games are the result of this belief.

We hope you’ll join us in this fun and rewarding event. For questions and registration call 720-382-5240 or complete the form below.

Committed to Your Results,

Dave Mura
and the Fit Soldiers Family!

Fit Soldiers Fitness Revolution
2100 East 112th Avenue #2
Northglenn, CO 80233

720-382-5240
www.fitsoldiers.com

Fit Soldiers Fun

Busy Northglenn Mom Finds More Than Just Fitness

My name is Mary Brown.  My husband, AJ Brown, and I have been married for almost nine years and have known each other for 16! I’m 32 years old with two kids, ages 12 ½ and 3, and life is constantly crazy between working full time and parenting two children in completely different developmental stages.  I’m a Colorado Native whose parents still live in the same house they did when I was born. 

Fit Soldiers Before

Before

Prior to coming to Fit Soldiers I was minimally physically active.  I played a few sports in high school, but after that working out consisted of getting on a treadmill or elliptical at some gym for half an hour and calling it good.  Having a busy home and work life also made eating an issue, and I often looked for what was easiest and fastest to cook without paying any attention to portion control or nutritional content.  I didn’t feel confident in myself or my physical abilities, and I struggled with finding the motivation to make any kind of significant change.

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Fit Soldier Edna

Northglenn Mom Sees “Results Beyond My Expectations”

I’m a Colorado Native, a mother of three beautiful boys who keep me very busy, and have worked as a pediatric RN for the last nine years and love it. 

Fit Soldiers Transformation

Edna Before Fit Soldiers

Most of the fitness throughout my life has been about dance and competitive figure skating. As my boys got older and more active, my fitness regimen started to drop to the bottom of my to-do list. My weight began to gradually increase as I started to work night shifts at the hospital and unexpected life events/trials occurred (divorce and a death in the family). Food became a comfort and a method of coping. It was hard to stay motivated and consistent. It was also hard to find the time and money to put forth. I attempted every diet, bought every workout video, joined most clubs, and even got a personal trainer at one point. Nothing seemed to stick! Results were limited and not quite what I wanted. My breaking point was at the doctor’s office. I was at my heaviest weight and falling into to low ranges of pre-diabetes. They wanted to put me on a prescription pill for the pre-diabetes. I was shocked that they suggested it. I thought to myself, haven’t diet and exercise regulated blood sugar since the dawn of time? I asked them this and they replied that diet and exercise should be a part of my health plan too…

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Fit Soldiers How far?

How Far Can You Go?

A questions I hear time and time again sound a little like this… “How long will it take to…?”

While I get the idea and how it can be motivating it is extremely limiting. If someone is looking to lose 30lbs and they want to know how long it will take then they are capping themselves off at 30 pounds. When an imaginably ceiling is set we often see a hard charge towards and some great progress made which is great. The down side to this is it is not leaving room for more. They are not allowing themselves the creativity of looking left and right along the way which will ultimately motivate and inspire over the long haul

Instead of asking how long will it take, start asking yourself how far can I go?

This changes the game. The ceiling is removed and the blinders are off. Now we can start having so much more fun. This question leads to more steps and adventures in the progress instead of one far off goal. By asking how far you can go we open creative doors such as:

  • When I lose 10lbs can I take the stairs to my office with out getting winded?
  • When I lose 20lbs will I be able to get on my bike and ride trails with my kids?
  • When I lose 30lbs the outfit to my best friends wedding will be stunning!
  • When I’m maintaining my goal weight I’ll be so much stronger I’ll be able to hike a 14er!
  • When I’m leaner, healthier, stronger I’ll look amazing and feel confident with my spouse on our 30th anniversary beach vacation!

When you ask yourself how far you can go, you can get excited about the little bit that will lead to a lot. Which also helps allow the fitness to become the outcome and not the goal.

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