Once I checked in, I got a great camelback water bottle. It was a great score since I had completely forgotten to bring water. It even has a filter in it so you can refill it on the go and not worry about looking for filtered water. After a delicous mini muffin and some cold-pressed green juice, I was ready for our first session on looking good and healthy. Sarah Lucero is a make up to the stars. She is also a breast cancer survivor. She had alor of great tips for us to share.
- Get 8-9 hours of sleep every night.
- Use a good moisturizer.
- Listen to your body.
Okay, okay, so I got two out of three down. I swear I am working on the whole sleep more thing. I do know how important it is to sleep, but everything else keeps getting in the way.
Other speakers included:
Dr. Jennifer Ashton, and obstetrician and author
Brett Hoebel, former Biggest Loser trainer
Rocco DiSpirito - who just made me hungry
Then, we broke for lunch and visits with sponsors. I had heard that last year's sponosrs were great so I was excited to walk around and check them out. Reebok was displaying a new line of bad ass workout gear and gave me a great pair of light training sneakers that I cannot wait to try out. The great color scheme doesn't hurt either.
And because I always need more sneakers, Saucony also fitted me for a colorful pair of sneakers for those days when I want to be seen.
Some of the other sponsors were Athleta, Ford, and Smart Balance.
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Thanks to Fitness for the invite and the memories. Hope to see you again next year.