Come to Afterburn on Wednesday night and then stay for a cold brew on us after!
For a limited time, and on Wednesday nights only, get an awesome workout in and then refresh with a cold one! BRING FRIENDS! Because brews are always better with buds, your friends can come to Afterburn on Wednesday nights at no charge.
This is the best price on our JumpStart Upgrade that we've ever had! While this is something that is always an option for you to do at LiveWELL, during the month of May, we're making it IMPOSSIBLE to turn down!
Here's the deal, upgrade your membership for 30 days only and either add or increase your semi-private training.
$30 to go from Team Training Membership to SP Performance Membership (4 semi-private sessions)
$50 to go from SP Performance Membership (4 SPs/mo) to SP Elite Membership (Unlimited SPs)
$80 to go from Team Training Membership to SP Elite (Unlimited SPs)
Its just a 30 Day commitment and a one time payment on top of your monthly charge for your regular membership. It's a chance to try our semiprivate training or up your game by adding more to your routine. We do more strength training in semi-private sessions. You have the ability to request what you'd like to do more of. Let us know a personal goal and we'll tailor your training to help you reach it!
You simply can't say no!
We have coupons on the front desk with all of the details. Grab one, check which upgrade you'd like to do, and turn it in to your coach or front desk staff by May 31st! We can start your 30 Day upgrade on any day, but this offer expires May 31st! You need to purchase by that date!
Hey team! I've been trying to clean up this diet of mine! Don't get me wrong, I feel great 3 months post-baby, but I was eating way too much crap, to be honest. Think sugar-laden coffee, goldfish, and booze as some of the offenders.
With three kids and a business to run, I like the idea of one-pot slow cooker meals. However, they tend to all be a little "soupy". Enter, the one-PAN recipes!
Not only is this ideal because of minimal clean-up (bottles take over our dishwasher 24-7!) but it's healthy and delish!
I found these on Greatist.com---my favorite was the shrimp and broccoli with cashew sauce! It's a high protein, healthy fat and good carb recipe!
The bodies were stacked, sometimes three deep, on the table opposite the room I just entered. I peered further and caught a glimpse of eyes, expressionless, staring back at me through a web of interlocking arms and torsos. I was nervous. There was only one unoccupied chair left in the CPR class I was taking. I had just made it!
Close call I thought as I slid into the seat and introduced myself to the nurse sitting next to me. Her name was Sadie, and she was nice. But everyone was. I’d assume it had something to do with not being laughed at when your turn came to perform CPR on one of the mannequins on that table. In fact, it doesn’t get much better than having to perform a critical, life-saving ritual, pass or fail, in front of a bunch of people you’ve never met but whom you semi-compete with professionally. Big fun, right there.
I’ll skip all the minor details, descriptions, and instructor jokes (trust me, there are many), and hit on the important points of CPR taught in class that day. Not much has changed since the last time I took the CPR exam two years ago. It used to be if you saw someone unresponsive, you’d spend ten seconds to check for pulse and breath before calling 911 or summoning for emergency response. Now, you dial 911 or shout for assistance immediately if you happen upon or see someone go down.
You want to do 30 chest compressions at a depth of two to two and a quarter inches at a tempo of 100 to 120 beats per minute, or the difference between “Sweet Home, Alabama,” and the Stones’ “Honky Tonk Women.” After thirty compressions, you give two even breaths. Emphasis on even. You want your breaths to reach the lungs and not the stomach. Always perform your compressions hard. If you think you can thrust the heel of your palm further into the victim’s chest, do so. You might hear all sorts of noises, tearing, snapping, all kinds of sounds. This is normal, and according to the instructor, preferable to performing the compressions too lightly. After that, it’s a matter of when the automated external defibrillator device gets there.
If you’re at a place that has an AED, the prompts are easy to follow. Once turned on, most devices talk you through the process. The pads themselves have illustrations of where you’ll place them on the victim. To shave or not to shave? In the past, I thought shaving the chest to prevent interference with the AED’s electric shock was prioritized. Not so in this class.
Which makes sense, especially in an every-second-counts situation. Manscaping? Unless your victim is “just really hairy,” we ain’t got time for that! CPR is something I think everyone should know. If you’re interested in taking a class or learning more about today’s protocols for administering it, contact the American Heart Association or American Red Cross at www.heart.org, or redcross.org respectively.
Hey Weekend Warriors! This weekend, we’re giving you a total body workout – and all you need is furniture sliders and a dumbbell. If you don’t have furniture sliders, you can use small towels on a smooth (tile or wood) floor!
Perform the following in groups of two exercises:
Group 1 Slider pushups – 4 sets of 6 reps each arm
Slider Reverse Lunge – 3 sets of 12 reps each leg, add a little weight for resistance
Group 2 Single Arm Renegade Row – 4 sets of 6 reps each arm
This month, refer as many friends as you would like to LiveWELL! They can enjoy free team training classes OR Semi-Private Sessions for FREE! If you don't currently do any Semi-Private Training, invite a friend and we'll spot you a session!
Just note: We do need you to SCHEDULE your friend up to join you in a Semi-Private Session. This ensures we don't overbook anything. Just reply to this e-mail, call us, or stop by the front desk and we'll get it in!
For each friend that you refer, your name will be entered to win a YETI cooler!
We will have invite cards at the front desk. This makes it easy for you to put your name on a few cards and leave somewhere in your workplace for your co-workers. You can also just give them to friends or family members.
When you bring in a friend, just remember to fill out our sign in sheet at the front desk. We'll use this to keep track of who gets entered to win the YETI.