Note: FitFluential, LLC. has compensated me for my time in reviewing this product, but neither my approval nor my integrity can be bought. If I love it, I share it and try to bring it to you. You know how we do it.
As an avid user of YogaGlo, and as a typical Aquarius who despises having my time pinned down in any way, shape, or form… I have to admit that the opportunity to test out and review FitnessGlo spoke to me.
I became a huge fan of YogaGlo because the class times for all the yoga studios I liked were disadvantageous to me – no, I can’t take a 1PM class in the city, and then expect to make it back to Brooklyn by 3:30 to pick up my little one. And no, I most certainly cannot make it to a 7PM class near home… that’s dinner/bathe Mini-me/kick-my-feet-up time. Being able to fit in the workouts that I want goes exceptionally well with being able to fit them into my schedule in a fashion that works best for me.
#FitnessGlo gives me just that. (And, if you sign up to sample the site, it gives you the same for 15 days, for free.)
With all kinds of classes, from Barre to Tabata to core targeting to extensive stretching to full body calisthenics, and with videos that last anywhere from 5 minutes to 45 minutes, FitnessGlo gives you the tools you need to squeeze a little fitness into your busy schedule. The site was created for women by women, and I think we can see why – if you can only expect MiniYou to be entertained with that swing chair for about 20 minutes, and you can get in a 20 minute cardio session… there’s your opportunity to make it happen.
What I really love about FitnessGlo – something that I also enjoy about YogaGlo – is the fact that they use the same instructors to give you multiple videos, which makes you feel that much more like you’re “going to class.” The same guy gets to kick my butt every week, and I eventually started to look forward to seeing his big head and hearing his energetic voice. You don’t feel like you’re missing out on the classroom experience, because of that. It’s valuable.
So valuable, in fact, that I’m holding a deathmatch. Winner gets a 90-day membership to FitnessGlo, and the opportunity to sneak in fitness any and everywhere they need it!
Okay, so maybe not quite a death match. Just a polite little conversation in the comments below, and a quick follow for @FitnessGlo’s twitter account. Show ’em some love. They’re actually kinda hilarious.
Memberships currently run for about $12 per month, but if you’re the adventurous kind, you’ve got four ways to enter and win.
Good luck, y’all. I’ve got a date with Alex. (Don’t tell Ed.)
How would a FitnessGlo membership help you? Let us know! One lucky entrant will win!