Monthly Archives: June 2013

hot weatherWhew, it's HOT out there!  When working out in hot weather, here are some great tips to follow: *Acclimatize at low intensity by starting your workouts at low intensity (and temperature) a few weeks before the mercury rises.  Once it gets really hot, you'll be in a much better place to handle the heat. *Hydrate often and BEFORE you begin to feel thirsty!  Keep replacing those fluids as you work out.  Don't forget electrolytes (two hours before.
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move your bodyClasses with Mile High Fitness

Check out our class offerings!

Zumba!!

Mondays and Wednesdays

6:00-7:00 PM

Thornton Senior Center

9471 Dorothy Blvd in Thornton, CO

$8 Drop in, $60R/$65NR 10 Class punch card, $110R/$120NR 20 Class punch card

First class FREE!

Saturdays

9:00-10:00AM

Park Hill United Methodist Church

5209 E. Montview Blvd (Montview/Forest)

Denver, CO 80207

$7 drop in/$39 six class punch card

First class FREE!

Boot Camp

Saturdays June 8 -.

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OFFERED BY KIM FARMER AND JESSICA BONOSORO

Kim has owned Mile High Fitness, LLC for 7 years. She has successfully grown the company and currently manages personal trainers and group exercise instructors and their classes and clients. Kim’s wellness experience ranges from managing fitness classes and services for corporate locations, providing exercise programming for healthy and unhealthy populations and teaching group exercise classes.

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cerealI was recently visiting a family member and she set out a cereal bar each morning.  The "bar" included a couple of "healthy" (but not stuffy ;)) cereals and then raisins, craisins, sunflower seeds, various nuts (all in the raw), and of course fruit. It was so much fun creating a different healthy combo each day (though I kind of threw everything in the bowl some mornings); and because they were all such nutrient rich cereals, I.
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If you're like us, you are always looking for something fun, light, and healthy to eat!  Here's an excellent salad recipe perfect for summer! Do you have a favorite summer salad recipe?  This one comes with a quick prep/cook time so you can have it on the table fast!  Thanks to www.simplyrecipes.com for this offering. aspartAsparagus Artichoke Salad Recipe
  • Prep time: 10 minutes, Cook time: 12 minutes
Thick asparagus spears are easier than thin to roast or grill.
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