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Shape Magazine & MY New Year’s Resolution

Submitted by on January 3, 2013 - 8:34 pm

¡Próspero año nuevo! (Happy New Year!)

It’s 2013 and let’s get this year started with a BANG!

MY 2013 resolution/mission, you ask? Getting you into your BEST SHAPE EVER!

My plan? Offering you my newest full-length workouts WHEREVER YOU ARE!

As you know, I joined forces with so that you can work out with me from home or on the road using your phone, tablet, computer, or TV.  And, I’ll be adding new workouts almost every week to keep your body challenged and you motivated.  Oh, did I mention that there are eight other world-renowned trainers on the SpiroFIT team that you can train with?  You can train with MY trainer, Stephanie Vitorino, along with 7 other TOP trainers. Plus, as a loyal fan of mine, you can sign up with one of my promo codes for less than 50 cents a day!  Together, let’s make 2013 the healthiest year ever!

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Día 5 of 30 in 30 Challenge

Submitted by on July 16, 2011 - 2:11 pm

Ok, so día 5 of my 30 in 30 Challenge was a busy one.  My son woke up sick, so I didn’t get my usual morning workout in.  Instead, after a doctor’s appointment and a run to the pharmacy I was able to (kind of) do the Crunch Cardio Salsa workout DVD.  I say “kind of” because as I danced around my son tried to walk through my legs, (he’s obsessed with “tunnels” these days).  Anyway, I certainly did move my body.

How about you?  How is the Challenge going for you and what did YOU do today to move your body and inspire others to do so?

Click Here to check out the crunch Cardio Salsa Workout DVD.

Día 4 of 30 in 30 Challenge

Submitted by on July 14, 2011 - 9:45 pm

Ok, so I am officially “stoaked” that so many of you have joined me on my 30 in 30 Challenge.  I ran into my colleague Dara Blaine this morning, who has been working out consistently, too.  Not to mention the folks interacting with me on FaceBook.  I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE that my fans across the US and THE WORLD are doing the Challenge, too!  This morning I squeezed in a strong 30-minute Pilates mat workout.  I didn’t have more time than that, between clients, but I may do a little something more later today.

Click Here to see my Day 4 video.

Can’t figure out what to do today?  Here are some ideas:

So now what will YOU do to move your body today?  Share below!

¡Buen Viaje!

Submitted by on December 9, 2010 - 7:10 am

Travel can be stressful and also uncomfortable. Unless you’re travelling first class, air and train travel can be tough. (Let’s not even talk about being stuck in a car for long periods of time). The good news is that there are exercises that you can do right in your seat, (whether in a plane or on a train or even in an automobile~not while driving, of course), that can help make the ride more comfortable. Here are some of my favorite tips and moves for keeping my circulation going and my body agile.


When travelling make sure that you:
• Are as comfortable as possible. This can be done by using a neck pillow/pillow and wearing a wrap, which can double as a blanket, (as many airports have removed blankets from shorter flights and some are even charging for blankets and pillows now).
• Don’t clutter the floor with your belongings. Stow larger items in the overhead bins and place items that you will use, (like your iPod, book, eye drops, glasses), in the seatback pocket.
• Keep legs uncrossed to encourage good blood flow.
• Stay hydrated. Airplanes, in particular, are very dry and the food that they offer, (be it nuts, pretzels, chips or sandwiches), is usually very salty and the airlines never serve you enough water. Bring your own water, (which you can buy after passing through security), and avoid drinking caffeine and alcohol, which will only dehydrate you more. And, of course, bring your own healthy, low sodium snacks, like fruits, (fresh or dried), and nuts. (Bonus tip: Apply a clear gel mask to your face before the flight to avoid over-drying of skin, which can lead to breakouts. My favorite? Sampar Nocturnal Lifting Mask).


While seated take the time to:
• Do simple neck stretches and shoulder rolls, a few times in each direction.
• Breathe! Link fingers together, in front of your chest and breathe in and out a few times.
• Bend forward, (and hold for a few seconds), then arch your back, (and hold for a few seconds).
• Flex your wrists, moving your hands up and down, a few times.
• Link your fingers behind your head and curl your chin towards your chest, stretching your neck and upper back, and breathe deeply. Repeat a few times.
• Rotate your ankles a few times in each direction.
• Place your feet on the floor and lift your heels, then lower heels and lift toes. Repeat a few times.
• Pull one knee in towards your chest and stretch, then alternate legs. Repeat a few times.
• Bring one ankle on to the other knee and gently press your knee down, for a good hip stretch. Repeat on the other side.
• Sit tall and then twist your torso, to look our one window. Unwind. Then sit tall and twist your torso to look out the opposite window. Unwind. Repeat a few times.
• And whenever possible take breaks to walk up and down the aisles.

Enjoy these tips and moves and you are sure to have a pleasant journey.