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WELCOME TO T2 FITNESS

YOUR DESTINATION TO HELP YOU CREATE THE FOUNDATION FOR LIVING A HEALTHIER LIFESTYLE.  

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2ND ANNUAL

GOAL SEEKERS 5K RUN/WALK

T2 Fitness’ 2nd Annual Goal Seekers 5k Run/Walk takes place, Saturday, June 2nd, 8:30am at Virginia Wesleyan University.
 
This is a timed race, with timing being administered by J&A Racing. The Goal Seekers 5k Race is for anyone who can run, jog, or walk (ages 10 and up) and who is ready to reach their goals for 2018! Race bibs include a space for you to fill out what goal you are looking to achieve and we will also have the Goal Seekers vision board on-site to write your goals on as well…because well, we are in this together! Participants can sign up for on-site participation or virtual racing if you are not able to attend the race in person. Whether you are joining us at Virginia Wesleyan or not, runners and walkers will out receive a finisher’s medal and t-shirt. Kids in strollers are acceptable as well for this race. Live music, plus post race snacks and beer will be provided for all finishers of the race.
 
Sponsors for the race include TowneBank, The Vitamin Shoppe, PepsiCo, and Phoenix Restaurant and Lounge. More sponsors will be announced soon. A portion of the proceeds will be awarded to the Beach Health Clinic and Clever Communities in Action. Early bird tickets are on sale until February 19th so head to www.goalseekersrace.com. Last year’s event was amazing and this race is shaping up to be HUGE so make sure you join us!

VIDEO PROMO FOR GOAL SEEKERS 5K RACE

Also, check out our 59 second promo video highlighting last year’s event…you will not want to miss it.  CLICK HERE.

T2 FITNESS x THE GREN HOUSE KITCHEN LAUNCH

THE T2FIT SALAD

T2 Fitness and founder Tasha Turnbull have teamed up with The Green House Kitchen to create the T2Fit Salad!  You all know how creating delicious salads from week to week has helped me to keep my weight loss in check throughout my journey.  And T2 Fitness has always believed one of the best ways to get in a healthy dose of fresh veggies into your diet is through a robust and vibrant salad.
So we’ve teamed up with the The Green House Kitchen to come up with a uniquely healthy, flavorful, and yummy salad that your tastebuds and body will love from week to week.  Make sure you follow us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/t2fitness) or on Instagram (www.instagram.com/t2_fitness) to keep up with what toppings will be featured on the T2 Fit Salad each week.
As a special bonus for our T2 Fitness family, when you head to the Green House Kitchen and order the T2Fit salad, make sure you say the words “Goal Over Excuses” to receive 15% off your salad.  So make sure you stop in for lunch and enjoy in GHK’s chic cafe or grab one to go.  Either way, you will LOVE it!
The Green House Kitchen is located at 345 Granby Street in Norfolk, VA.
Hours of Operation are Monday 11am – 3pm, 6pm – 10pm.  Tuesday: Closed.
Wednesday – Saturday 11am – 3pm, 6pm – 10pm.  Sunday 12pm – 3pm.  For more information about the Green House Kitchen, make sure you follow them on Facebook:  www.facebook.com/TheGreenHouseKitchen

 

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SELF CARE

Self-Care Tips For the Holiday Season by Tasha Turnbullpleas_turnbull-593

Self-care has been trending as of recently and for good reason. Too often, the holidays are filled with tons of travel, holiday parties, spending more money than usual on gifts, food, and clothes to wear to all of your holiday parties. The stress of keeping up with all the hustle and bustle and make everyone around you feel happy can cause you to get burned out. The holidays should be a time of laughter and joy with friends and family; and our overall health and wellness should not suffer in the process of it. To make sure you do not start 2017 tired and sluggish, check out our top 7 self-care tips you need to add in to your routine today.

1) Breathe. Something simple as taking in deep breaths can help to lower your stress level and blood pressure, and clear your mind. Try to engage in taking a few deep breaths twice a day during the holiday season.

2) Get a massage. Stress can manifest itself physiologically in the body, creating tension in the shoulders, back, and legs, which can lead to a number of different health issues. Aim to get a 60 minute massage to help reduce cortisol, adrenaline, headaches, fatigue, as well as muscle and joint pain.

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3) Remember to be Grateful. Writing down everything your thankful for this year helps you to put things in perspective and reminds you the real things you enjoy in life do not cost a thing.

4) Get together with girlfriends to relax. There is nothing like some old-fashioned girl talk around food and plenty of laughs to get you in the true sense of the season. Instead of group texting during the season, plan to get together with your girlfriends at least once this December to take your mind off your to-do list and catch up with what’s really going on with your girl friends.

5) Start a new family tradition. Planning and sticking to some family traditions can be overwhelming, if you have to compete with how your Grandma and Aunts did things back in the day. Instead of putting the extra pressure on yourself to make things perfect, create a new tradition that is a bit more simple and involves everyone helping out and leaves more time for you to relax.

6) Workout. Often times, all we need is an outlet to relieve stress during the holidays. Aim to get in quick 30 minute workouts 2 to 3 times a week. Studies show working out helps to reduce anxiety, stress, and depression. Make you a priority by taking care of that body during the holidays.

7) Stop Being Noisy- Cut back on Social Media. Religiously checking to see where your friends are headed for the holidays or what new shoe and dress your favorite influencer is wearing can cause unnecessary jealousy, stress and frustration. Use this time to take a few days off of social media and enjoy your time with family and friends. Remember, stalking the lives of other people online doesn’t bring you closer to your goals. Focus on you, your achievements, and your circle; as those things matter most.

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