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Giveaway: Come Let Your #FitnessGlo and Work Out Anytime!

by Erika Nicole Kendall

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.

Who did a #fitnessglo workout in a kindergarten classroom? It may or may not've been me.

Who did a #fitnessglo workout in a kindergarten classroom? It may or may not’ve been me.

Who did a #fitnessglo workout in a kindergarten classroom? It may or may not've been me.

Who did a #fitnessglo workout in a kindergarten classroom? It may or may not’ve been 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!

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Jubilance June 9, 2013 - 10:46 AM

Wow this looks great! This would definitely help me because my issue is time and variety – I have a packed day and I also get bored doing the same workout day after day. Looks like FitnessGlo has a wide variety of videos so that I could mix and match & not have to do the same things all the time. And with it being on the go, I can even do it when I’m traveling, which I’ll be doing a lot of this summer.

Danielle C June 9, 2013 - 11:18 AM

A FitnessGlo membership will help me because I can workout in the convenience of my own home at whatever time works best for my schedule. I can get a challenging workout from a personal trainer without the expensive cost, and try some new workout routines that I have not done before!

Melissa G. June 9, 2013 - 2:20 PM

A FitnessGlo Membership would help me stop making excuses and get a workout in period!

Thanks for the giveaway and the opportunity to enter.

Cece D June 9, 2013 - 2:32 PM

As a college student, with the way my schedule ends up and with all the studying I have to do it’s kinda hard to get in the exercise I need so having that subscription would really help out :3

Aisha Mock June 9, 2013 - 4:51 PM

A FitnessGlo membership would help me out a great deal because I have a 3 yr old, I’m currently working nights so I sleep all day, and I am having difficulty with motivation 🙁

This site looks like it would be a great help!

Cassandre June 9, 2013 - 6:30 PM

This would help me out in so many ways. I give everything in my life 200% of me including work, my family, daughter, and my studies (in school), my fitness level however takes a bit of a back burner as i don’t have time to go to the gym ( i have cancelled my gym membership and have been working out at home. having access to something like fitness glo would help me make sure I make fitness a priority.

Ceej June 9, 2013 - 8:21 PM

I had a YogaGlo membership eons ago. I’m glad to know they are still in business and there’s a fitness version. My schedule varies so much day-to-day, I need a program with a flexible schedule.

Jara June 9, 2013 - 10:34 PM

I travel a bit more for my job and I love being able to access workouts I can do in my hotel room or even in the hotel gym!

Andrea June 10, 2013 - 3:06 AM

I keep really odd hours so a FitnessGlo membership would make exercise more convenient and help me stop making excuses.

Nikki June 10, 2013 - 6:19 AM

A FitnessGlo membership would help me tremendously! I find that routine is the only way for me to stay on track with my fitness, and days when I don’t have classes are my biggest struggle. With FitnessGlo, I can stay on schedule and fit in my workouts between work, school, and home. And for $12 a month, it’s a great price (though I would love to get the 90 day membership!) Thanks for the opportunity!

Tara H June 10, 2013 - 2:26 PM

It will help me with four kids and the many places they have to be I need something that works for my insane schedule. This summer it would be awesome since we will be traveling for 60 days.

Denise June 14, 2013 - 6:03 AM

As a starving actress, I cannot afford a gym or class membership and often find myself unable to adjust my schedule to attend classes around the city. This would greatly improve not only my personal life but my career, as I’ll become a more viable choice for acting roles!

alysia christiani June 14, 2013 - 10:28 AM

I would love a fitnessglo membership! With a 9-5, side hustle and 2 teen boys to attend to I don’t have the time to be running to someone gym. And my current livingroom workouts are boooring. This sounds like a great way to get my sweat on in a way that works for my schedule.

Angel Blanca June 14, 2013 - 10:30 AM

I love the idea of taking classes, but there are so few classes that meet my schedule and needs. Being able to take a class at any time, and to choose between a number of different types of classes to provide total-body workouts, too? Shoot!!

What sold me, though, was your comment, Ericka, about having the same instructor, as I enjoy knowing the cadence, style, and expectations of the instructor so that I can focus on achieving my goals. It’s one of the things that keeps me with one instructor in my real-time classes, and that keeps me dissatisfied when that instructor is not available. So, this is an ideal situation overall.

Whoo hoo!!

Jamilla A. June 14, 2013 - 11:52 AM

A #FitnessGlo membership would help me because between babysitting 2 very energetic boys and working I don’t have time or energy to hop trains and buses just to hit the gym or the Y. I said this is my summer and I’m trying to stick to it. You’re never old but you’re never too young either.

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