Archive for the ‘Fitness’ Category

Oh my gosh, today is my 2 year bloggiversary!!!!!! I just realized it! Thank you so much for all of your support! RFFMBT would be nothing without my readers. I love you guys so much! xoxo I’m super super excited because today I’m going on a blogger summit for DOLE! Myself and 10 other bloggers will be joining the DOLE team for a few days dedicated to healthy eating, cooking,   Read More ...

The following post is sponsored by FitFluential LLC on behalf of Reebok. You may have seen this commercial playing during the Olympic Games recently! Welllllll, those also happen to be my new kicks! Also worn by Gold Medal Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman, football star Knowshon Moreno, and MMA powerhouse Johny Hendricks. I’m in pretty good company! The technology behind the Reebok ZQUICK running shoe is phenomenal. Yes, these shoes are attractive and look great   Read More ...

Today I wanted to talk about exercising and the happiness that it brings. I’ve never been a huge fan of working out. A few years ago, if you gave me the option of going to the gym or watching a movie on the couch, I would say “movie on the couch” in a heartbeat. I have to admit that I still have these moments, but they are far more rare.   Read More ...

The following post is sponsored by Fitfluential LLC on behalf of Polar. A short while ago, I asked my Facebook fans what kind of heart rate monitor they would suggest. Literally seconds later, a huge rush of comments suggested “POLAR!” I had never used any type of heart rate monitor before. Only the unreliable ones on the treadmill or elliptical at the gym. Being the luckiest girl in the world,   Read More ...

Spinning is definitely no ride in the park but all that pedaling will work the quads, hamstrings, glutes, calves, and core and give you a total calorie burn anywhere from 400 calories and up! Good news for anyone with joint issues, indoor cycling keeps impact on the joints to a minimum. I’ve been totally addicted to spin class at Full Psycle recently! Once I powered myself through my first class I   Read More ...