Lunch with Fitness on the Run
Treat your team to insightful conversation and instruction from the founder of Fitness on the Run. These workshops will transform lives and set your workflow up for success.
We offer topics for monthly workshops. Workshop topics can be combined as well. We offer a series of 5 or 10 hour-long workshops. Pricing available upon request.
Featured Lunch Workshop
STRESS: HOW IT HELPS AND HURTS YOU
Stress Reduction Tips for a Healthy Workplace and Lifestyle
Join Adrien Cotton, Founder of Fitness on the Run for an interactive and break through workshop unveiling the ways stress effects our lives and how to counter its
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Other Workshop Choices
MAKE SLEEP YOUR MOST IMPORTANT “APPOINTMENT”
Did you know short term sleep deprivation is like being drunk? It can cause the same mental impairment as a 0.05 percent blood alcohol level. Ever thought that consistently missing valued sleep can sabotage your weight loss and fitness plan? In this workshop, we discuss the current (lack of) sleep epidemic and how it can place anyone in a harmful long term downward spiral. We offer tangible and easy-to-use tips like developing healthy bedtime routines.
APPROACH YOUR FOOD – AND DRINK – CHOICES WITH THE 80/20 RULE
40 minutes of exercise can be trumped with 10 minutes of bad eating
There is so much information in the media about what and how much to eat. As Americans, we are surrounded by food – and drink – choices. In this workshop, we unveil simple and less-confusing ways to approach your diet to result in healthy choices.
BUILD EXERCISE INTO YOUR DAILY ROUTINE
Due to our busy lifestyles, it is difficult to get to the gym, studio or anywhere to exercise. It’s even more difficult to find time in your work day to move. In this workshop, we help you navigate your day to build in movement that matters. We also share tools to exercise at your desk.
CREATE MORNING HABITS THAT LAST AND GIVE YOU RESULTS
In this workshop, we explain the benefits of turning your early morning into a super-charged productivity engine. Starting small and building a morning habit is what separates many from being sort-of successful to those who achieve their ultimate health, productivity and fitness goals.
THE SIT RISE TEST
In this workshop, we discuss a scientifically-proven method to increase your longevity, build muscle and strength and stay active. It can be done at home, work and virtually anywhere!
LEARN HOW TO PRACTICE DAILY MEDITATION
Meditation has been proven to help increase productivity, promote contentedness and calm even the most “stressed-out” individuals. Here, we discuss simple and effective ways to start meditating.
DITCH THE NEGATIVE SELF-TALK
Did you know it takes 20 positive thoughts to “erase” one negative one? Ever consider your negative “inner voice” may be sabotaging not only your health but your fitness and wellness plan? Here, we give you tips on how to recognize it and how to combat it for improved self-confidence and successful wellness.
GO BAREFOOT AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE
A pair of feet have 52 bones, 107 ligaments and thousands of nerves. 25% of all bones in your body are in your feet. Your feet are the main driver of your posture, your ability to remain injury-free and the reason for balance or not. We’ll discuss ways to use and strengthen your feet for successful fitness.
MAKE EXERCISE FUN
Research has proven exercise plans that are fun are more sustainable. There are so many fitness crazes and fads, it can be a challenge to find one that’s right for you. Here, we’ll discuss how you can find your “inner athlete” and take next steps to making 30 minutes of exercise per day a habit.
CALORIES, DRESS/PANT SIZE AND THE SCALE
We often think if we just lost that 10, 20 or 30 pounds, we’ll be so much happier. Or a size __. In this workshop, we’ll discuss healthy body composition goals and attitudes and how to achieve success – based on tangible and achievable goals, not the scale, size, or number of calories you consume.
For more information or to request Fitness on the Run for your next workshop, email: firstname.lastname@example.org