Here is what is upcoming at the gym. Call or Text with questions.
The annual Christmas party is THIS FRIDAY! Bring a dish and a fun gift for exchange.
Bring a Friend Week is upon us again! Bring a friend, a relative, a stranger, or your dog. Whatever works.
January Balanced Habits Kickstart is coming in January. Early sign ups are happening now. $199 for memebers.
We are closed December 24-26 and reopen on the 27th for regular class hours. December 23 will have 1 class at 10 am. This will be our usual 12 Days of Christmas WOD.
January 1 we are closed because you will be too hungover to do a WOD.
XY GAMES ARE COMING
Every January we hold a fun, no pressure, all inclusive competition to benefit a non-profit. This year we are supporting the Midshore Recovering Veterans Group. If your buisness or you know of a business that would like to donate, please call.
FIRST SATURDAY OF THE MONTH
Join us for a skill class. Each month has a different focus. Next class is January 6th at 10am. Got requests? Text them to me!
December, the 12th month of this year of growth and change is off to a great start! Wintertime in the kitchen seems easier somehow, as we tend to be indoors and more focused on food prep. Try out new soup and casserole recipes to make stales in your home. If you don’t already have one, we suggest you invest in a Slow Cooker or Crock Pot that is between a 6-8 quart size so you can handle the majority of all recipes. Crock Pots are incredible time savers as you can easily assemble a complete meal in the morning to come home to for dinnertime. Not only are you ahead of the game but your house will smell amazing, and your family impressed
In December, there are all types of root vegetables to experiment with; such as Yams, beets, parsnips, turnips, rutabagas, carrots, yuca, kohlrabi, onions, garlic, celery root (or celeriac), horseradish, daikon, turmeric, jicama, Jerusalem artichokes, radishes, and ginger are all considered roots. Because root vegetables grow underground, they absorb a great amount of nutrients from the soil. If any of these are unfamiliar to you, now is a great time to find a recipe that uses one or more of them and experiment cooking with them.