Last month we were thrilled to host celebrity fitness instructor Megan Roup, founder of Sculpt Society. We held two private dance/sculpt classes for 20 lucky winners at our Southside location. It was such a blast. We danced, we sweated and then we shopped. Bandier
NYC athleisure retailer joined us for their Houston launch and brought our favorite workout lines, accessories and sneakers. It was truly a magical day surrounded by strong women and positive energy. We couldn’t think of a better way to start 2020!
Megan’s classes are amazing and left us feeling energized and inspired. We wanted to know more, so we asked. See Megan’s tips below. Thanks Megan and thank you to everyone that came to our fitness event, you inspired us!
Ali & Natasha
Tips on how to commit to your routine:
“Find a workout you love in studio and online. My clients love using the TSS App
for the busy days where they can’t see me in studio or when they are traveling. With access to the TSS app it makes it so much easier to commit to your routine, there is even a calendar in the app to help keep you on track.
The key to working out is consistency, each day making time to move your body. Whether you have 5min or 50min, getting in something consistently can make a big difference physically and mentally.
Tips on how to feel confident walking into the gym:
If you’re feeling intimidated by the gym or a new workout class find a friend to go with and make it into a social activity. Not only do workouts buddies help keep you accountable, they also make the experience of trying something new less intimidating.
Tips for staying committed to your routine:
Start with a small routine and grow into a larger routine. Another reason I love The Sculpt Society App
is that it offers the ability to start small and work your way up. Most studio classes are 45-60min, which to someone starting a fitness routine can seem overwhelming and deter them from starting or coming back. I suggest trying some shorter at home workouts 15-25min consistently, with the goal of working out 2-3 days a week and build from there. Not only will you build your strength, but you’ll be able to commit to this realistic goal and build confidence to try longer, harder workouts.
Additional Tips and Tricks for staying committed to your workout:
- Plan or schedule in your workouts. It sounds super simple, but most of us don’t do it. If you schedule your workouts, put it in your calendar on your phone, you’re so much more likely to follow through.
- Pick and lay out your workout clothes the night before. Again, a really simple trick, but one less decision to make in the morning makes it easier to commit to your workout.
- I also make my coffee the night before. I love my French press, so I will make it and put it in the fridge. This saves me time in the morning and makes my mornings less hectic. “
– Megan Roup
, Celebrity Fitness Instructor and Creator of Sculpt Society.