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Pure Barre 101: Back to the Barre

It’s January and the gyms are packed full of the “resolutioners.” You know, everyone who makes a new year’s resolution to go to the gym. I don’t mind these people, in fact, everyone should celebrate people wanting to make a change, work out, and feel better about themselves! January is also the time that people… Continue reading »

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Bob’s Red Mill Protein Powders Make You Summer Strong

**This post is sponsored by Bob’s Red Mill with Sweat Pink! Thanks to these two brands for allowing me to try out these new gluten-free and vegan nutritional boosters and talk about them with our community!** We’re all so busy, and the summer is no different. But during the summer in Arizona, I’m especially pressed for… Continue reading »

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Pure Barre Pure Madness Challenge: What 20 Classes in 1 Month Taught Me

Instead of March Madness, Pure Barre puts on Pure Madness – an insane challenge to take 20 classes in the 31 days of March. Like an idiot, I totally did it. Here are some lessons I learned from challenging myself and my own body. If you’re not familiar with Pure Barre, or want to know… Continue reading »

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Getting Back Into Fitness: Fit Approach & MyYogaWorks

After my crazy knee surgery, abdominal endometriosis surgery, colonoscopy, and then my most recent ankle dislocation, I have felt like fitness has been avoiding me as much as I’ve been avoiding it. Granted, I’ve been advised to avoid strenuous working out after most of my surgeries and especially after my most recent extreme dislocation. With… Continue reading »

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An Out-of-Shape Celiac vs. Pure Barre

If you’ve been watching my Instagram lately, you’ve been seeing a lot about Pure Barre. Since many of you have been asking about it, I decided to deviate from my usual celiac posts to talk about a new routine in my life that’s helping me rebuild my very broken body (from not only celiac, but… Continue reading »