Boot Camp

Boot Camp resumes every Monday evening.  We look forward to seeing you then.

Come on down to the Convention Center Steps every Monday evening at 5:30pm for Boot Camp.  This challenging cardiovascular, strength and endurance workout is for all fitness levels.  We use the stairs, jump ropes, resistance bands and our own body weight for an intense hour long training session.


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Calling all MAMA’S

No more excuses- it's workout time!!!  Come on down to the Embarcadero Marina Park South on Tuesday mornings from 10:30-11:30 for our MAMA'S Workout Group.  We will do a variety of cardiovascular and strength exercises with our babies in or out of stroller.  DADA'S are welcome too.

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Free Boot Camp Workout: Fundraiser for Jordan Haber


Free Workout in the Park
Fundraiser for Jordan Haber's Handicap Accessible Van
When:  Saturday, April 2nd at 9am
Where:  Embarcadero Marina Park South
(behind the Convention Center- parking meters available)
Cost:  Donations only
(see below for check/credit card details- bring cash/check
to workout)
for tax write-off purposes: use 501(c)3 application
form for tax exemption and use
FED ID #95-3405753
**All Fitness Levels Welcome**
We have the ability to move so let's use this God given gift.  Come and enjoy a Saturday morning workout in the park to help raise money for Jordan Haber, a 7 year old boy who is bound to a wheelchair for life.  We will do a variety of cardio, strength, balance, agility and flexibility exercises.  This workout is of no cost to you, but a donation for Jordan Haber and his family would be appreciated (see below).
Please RSVP or email/call for more questions
Tina Carreras
V Fit
Personal Trainer & Group Fitness Instructor
Fundraiser for a Handicap Accessible Van
for George "Jordan" Haber VI
George Jordan Haber VI was born seven years ago at four months premature.  Upon feeling very ill, his mother had been diagnosed with toxemia and immediately faced an extremely urgent cesarean section in order to save her life.  Jordan made it through the arduous delivery, but was born weighing only l pound 10 ounces.  He was given a 70% chance of survival and the doctors guaranteed lifelong health problems.  After a disastrous eye surgery where Jordan had a major reaction to the anesthesia leaving him in a coma, Jordan spent the first six months of his life in the hospital before he was ever able to visit his home.  During the coma Jordan had a lack of oxygen to his brain which has left him legally blind with severe cerebral palsy.  Jordan is either confined to his bed or chair making mobility virtually impossible for him.  Jordan's only outing of the day is to and from school by the school district's handicap accessible bus.  His parents are in much need of a handicap accessible van in order to spend time as a family outside of the home.  As of now, one parent must always remain at home in order to watch and care for Jordan, making it impossible to schedule even minor outings as a family.  Although they have been faced with difficulties and challenges, the Habers do want to carry on like any other family and they are asking for your help.  Handicap accessible vans are extremely expensive but necessary in cases like the Haber's.  Thank you and God bless.
The Habers are working with the non-profit organization called Nice Guys who help families with disabled members buy wheelchair accessible vans.  A used wheelchair accessible van costs around $45,000.  Please help the Habers raise the funds needed for their little angel.
For Donations:  Please make checks payable to Nice Guys with George Jordan Haber written in the memo section.
Please send checks to:
Keith D. Miller – Mobility Consultant
Ability Center
4797 Ruffner St.
San Diego, CA 92111
For Credit Cards: (Private Transactions)
Phone – Keith Miller – (858) 761-3087
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Do you have Sidewalk Rage?

As a fitness professional, I am an avid supporter of walking whenever possible.  Living in the downtown San Diego area, I am able to walk everywhere without a lot of traffic getting in the way- the grocery store, the cleaners, the gym, local restaurants and parks.  But, what would it be like if I lived in a bigger city like Chicago or New York City?  Walking wouldn't be as easy or enjoyable considering my patience is limited when it comes to slow walkers.  

Check out this article on NPR's Health Blog about Sidewalk Rage and if you dare, take the quiz to see if you fall in this catergory.


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15 Foods to Banish from your Kitchen

As you consider better nutrition for 2011, take a look at this article on 15 food items you should banish from  your kitchen.
Full Article here



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