Happy Holidays from the RFC!



Thank you SAS community for all the fun this year!  We truly enjoy each moment with you as you take care of your health both here at SAS and in your adventures around the world!  May you be happy, healthy, and loved now and always!

While we're talking health....

Don’t take a complete break from exercise while we’re on winter break!  Here are a few ideas to help you stay moving next week (and beyond!)

  1. Take a walk with the family.  Walking is a great way to open conversation and catch up with family.  Or, if you need some alone time, taking 10-20 minutes away from the holiday hustle and bustle will help you refresh your mind and boost your energy so you can get those presents wrapped or head off to your next party with holiday cheer!
  2. Take Your Workout on Vacation with Chelsea’s tips from June complete with a body weight workout.
  3. Purchase guest passes at a local gym.  This is one of my favorites when we travel for the holidays.  It’s fun to see other spaces, workout with different equipment, and take new classes.
  4. Purchase, checkout, rent, or stream a workout or yoga class.  There are tons of options out there to help you get moving in your living room for all ages and fitness levels.  Want to have some fun getting the kids moving?  Check out Cosmic Kids Yoga which features short yoga practices for kids while the instructor tells a story.
  5. Have TRX straps at home or available at a local gym?  Complete this month’s Workout of the Month compliments of Maria D’Amico,  Fitness and Wellness intern.rfc-wow-december-2016-trx  December W.O.W. - TRX Printable>>

Looking forward to seeing back on SAS Life  in the new year!  Have a happy, healthy, and safe break!

Thank you, Maria D’Amico, for designing our 2016 holiday card and the TRX workout!


About Author

Amanda Pack

Sr. Recreation and Fitness Program Coordinator

Amanda received her B.A. in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. At SAS, she has shares her passion of wellness with SAS employees as a Senior Recreation and Fitness Program Coordinator. When she’s not teaching others how to squat, chaturanga, and run or coaching expecting moms and Ironmen-to-be, you’ll find her exploring the outdoors with her husband, two sons, and schnoodle, cooking, propagating succulents, and training for endurance events. She’s a 2x IRONMAN finisher and multi-marathoner who loves to be on the trails or on her yoga mat! Amanda is registered through Yoga Alliance as an Experienced 200 hour Yoga Teacher (E-RYT200), certified in personal training and group exercise instruction through the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA), an IRONMAN Certified Coach and has training in prenatal yoga, Cosmic Kid's Yoga, and as a postpartum doula.

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