In a couple of months,it will be time to hit the beach once more! And while we all would like to encourage all moms and dads to be proud and flaunt their motherhood stripes (a.k.a. flabs and curves), deep inside we all want a fitter, leaner bod we can flaunt with confidence. Here's good news: there's still time to do that! Here are a couple of services you can use to prepare your body for swimsuit season.
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Exercising is definitely one of the top things you can do to be fit. If you're thinking of getting more active, check out GuavaPass. It's an international fitness platform that lets you take classes with its partner studios on a variety of exercise regimens, like yoga, kickboxing, dancing, CrossFit, Pilates, and a bunch more.
By getting a GuavaPass membership, you don’t have to limit yourself to one single gym membership. It will allow you to book classes in all of its partner studios for a flat monthly rate of P2,999. Learn more and register through their mobile app available on the Android and iOS app stores.
2. Eat Clean Love
Aside from exercising, eating healthy is also a key factor in getting fit. For those who love to cook, we recommend The Sexy Chef Cookbook: Eat Clean Love, a cookbook with recipes from Chef Barni Alejandro-Rennebeck and sexy tips from Rachel Alejandro. This is the second book from The Sexy Chef Cookbook series and is filled with 60 recipes for whipping up good and healthy dishes.
It’s available for P295 in major bookstores or online through The Sexy Chef website at TheSexyChef.ph. For a sneak peek into some family-friendly recipes inside the book, click here.
Here’s something busy parents will appreciate: diet meal deliveries. Want to eat healthier but don’t have the time to cook them yourself? Well, let someone else do the cooking for you then. There are lots of diet meal delivery services available that you’re bound to find one that suits you.
Most delivery meal plans will get you lunch, breakfast, dinner and two snacks in to-go containers delivered to your house for a week for a price. These meals have already been counted for calories and portion controlled. Some services also offer low-carb, no rice or high protein meals. Sound interesting? Try checking out Fit Food Manila, Paleo Manila or Yummy Diet.
4. Mommy Mundo: Mommy Milkshake Run
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If you want to get the whole family active and outdoors, try joining a fun run. Mommy Mundo’s Mommy Milkshake Run is happening on March 6 and every member of the family is welcome to join.
You can choose a 3km or 5 km run in the Bonifacio Global City, Taguig area. It's a baby-friendly fun run so strollers are allowed. And don't worry about your littlest one as they will be providing a breastfeeding station and lounge for nursing moms. There will also be portable toilets, a diaper changing area and hydration stations along the route. To learn more and to register, visit MommyMundo.com.
You’ll never think of biking as boring again after trying out the Bambike Ecotour. Give your legs a workout while cruising through the sights of Intramuros on a bamboo bike (handmade by Gawad Kalinga villagers)! The tour moves through the old walled city while guides teach visitors about Philippine history. It’s good for weekends when you’re looking for something relaxing and don’t really feel like getting into anything too intense.
You can choose between a one-hour tour for P600 per person or a two-and-a-half-hour tour for P1,200 per person. They have schedules at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., and bike rentals are at P300 per hour. It’s even better if you can bring the big kids along with you! For more details, visit Bambike.com/Ecotours.