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52 Fit Club

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What is the “52 Fit Club“?

We've teamed up with Moms RUN This Town to bring you the 52 Fit Club! This club is meant to give you a goal to work towards - trying 52 new fitness activities! We will offer various challenges you can participate in for ideas on how to “think outside the box” to stay fit.

Get started in 4 simple steps!

  1. Sign up for the 52 Fit Club
  2. Download your 52 Fit Club Tracker (available after registration)
  3. Then read below on how to start tracking your activities!
  4. Join our Facebook Support Group for challenges, motivation, and support!

Follow us to see new challenges when they are released!

Now For The Details:

  • If you haven't already, join the 52 Fit Club Facebook Group.
  • We will offer various challenges you can participate in for ideas on how to “think outside the box” to stay fit.  Be sure to follow both Moms RUN This Town (instagram)(facebook) and He and She Eat Clean (instagram)(facebook) to see the challenges!
  • This program is a flex program so you have the entire year to complete 52 different types of exercise - no more than 6 in one week (we FIRMLY believe in rest days).
  • Each activity needs to be done for 30 minutes to count.
  • Keep track of your activities using our 52Fit Club Tracker (available in your packet after you register)
  • Be sure to share your progress by tagging #52fitclub #mrtt #heandsheeatclean – and also @momsrunthistown and @heandsheeatclean so we can see all of your awesome photos!  We will be awarding prizes at random to any post that sticks out! You can also post photos on our facebook pages too!

"Rules" and Whatnots:

  • We encourage no more than 6 of these activities per week – it doesn’t hurt to bank a few extra in case the year gets hectic later, but you MUST rest at least one day per week.
  • When we say 52 different activities that means DIFFERENT.  You can do different types of the same activity though.
    For example:  Running, Track Speed Work, and Hill Sprints would count as 3 different types of activities even though they are all running.  Another example would be leg day, back/bis, shoulders – separating out your strength workouts into specifics.  Getting stuck on ideas?  Try a few of the suggested activities below.

Suggested Activities:

The Basics: (30 min of any of the following)

  • Running (hill sprints, long run, 5k race, speed work, track workout)
  • Swimming
  • Water Aerobics
  • Walking
  • Biking
  • Hiking
  • HIIT
  • Yoga (Vinyasa, Restorative, Hatha, Power, etc.  Any different type will count as an activity!)
  • Pilates
  • Barre Class
  • Pole Fitness
  • TRX
  • Hoop Fitness
  • Rock Wall Climbing
  • Jumping Rope
  • Crossfit
  • Circuit Training
  • Group Fitness Class
  • Home Fitness DVD (each different dvd counts as an activity!)
  • Run Stairs
  • Downhill Skiing or Snowboarding
  • XC Skiing
  • Snowshoeing

 Other challenges that may/may not involve actual activity but will also count (good for busy weeks or if you are injured):

  • Meal Prep
  • Join a gym, ask for a 1 day trial membership or just take a tour of a local gym
  • Get a buddy to do a 30 min workout with you (can be ANY activity)
  • Find, download, and print a training plan for an upcoming race (try one of our training plans!)

Outside The Box Ideas:

  • Deep clean your house
  • Have mini races in your yard with your kids
  • Make up an exercise routine with your kids including jumping jacks, squats, or anything that gets you and the kids moving.  Remember to give 30 seconds of rest between each activity – tell your kids they can take longer if needed but you keep going!
  • Dance with your Xbox or Wii
  • Any Wii fitness or game console fitness activity
  • Shovel snow