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Are you looking for a new program to start now that kids are back in school? A great choice is 645 which many are currently doing. You can get an amazing deal on the 645 challenge pack this month. Beachbody is giving you $20 off, plus I’ll match it with a $20 Amazon gift card. Just let me know if you are interested.

If you like dance you may want to check out Super Trainer Shaun T’s new dance fitness program. LET’S GET UP! is available now in the BOD member library. His program delivers on happiness, positivity, and feeling good, while giving you an amazing and effective full-body workout in just 30-35 minutes. Check it out on BOD! 

Have you signed up for the new Beachbody On Demand Interactive (BODi) BETA?
Beachbody On Demand is coming to life on September 21 with a new, live interactive membership tier called BODi!

Nutrition+ members can help test out the live classes during BODi BETA now.

Live, immersive workouts will stream Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 10 AM, 2 PM, and 4 PM PST throughout the month.

Nutrition+ members have access to test them out and even join the BODcast, where they can be featured on-screen, work out alongside others, and get special shout-outs from the trainer.

Mike

Cell: 508-423-0011
Email: mike.miele@comcast.net
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IN THIS ISSUE:

  • Video: Introducing MYX II Bike by Beachbody
  • BODi Launches September 21
  • 17 Foods for Fall
  • Tips to Get the Most from Your Outdoor Workout
  • 1 Week Sale on BEACHBAR Sept 10-16
  • Save on 645 and LET’S GET UP! Challenge Packs
  • Video Recipe: Honey Roasted Beets 
  • Why Be a Beachbody Coach?

Introducing MYX II Bike by Beachbody, available September 21!

Ready to experience the most immersive cycling experience? MYX II bike is launching to Beachbody on September 21! Fully integrated with BODi (Beachbody on Demand Interactive), the MYX bike will transport you into a world of livestream classes with the same energy as group fitness right from the comfort of your home. Starting at launch, live and on-demand cycling classes will begin dropping on BODi. Each class will feature speed, cadence, distance, and heart rate metrics to help you transform your body and mind. And with MYX’s 360° swiveling touchscreen, you’ll be able to easily switch from BODi cycling to floor workouts.

As your Team Beachbody coach, I’ll be able to get you the best pricing on the bike and BODi. Message me if you are interested!

It’s the Final Countdown!

BODi Launching Sept 21

Beachbody on Demand is leveling up with their new state-of-the-art streaming platform BODi (Beachbody on Demand Interactive), bringing the fun and connectivity of live workouts into your home!

BODi features virtual group exercise classes for all fitness levels and will include cycling classes with immersive cycling experience full of energy using Beachbody’s new MYX 2.0 bike!

BODi members will also be able to pick from live classes like cardio, HIIT, bootcamp, pilates, barre, core, and yoga.

You’ll see your favorite Beachbody super trainers like Autumn Calabrese, Shaun T, Jericho McMatthews, Joel Freeman, Megan Davies, Idalis Velazquez, Elise Joan, and Amoila Cesar and some new faces like Jennifer Jacobs, a former senior Peloton instructor.

Who is BODi for?
If you’ve ever wanted to just enjoy a workout without committing to a full program, you’re going to love BODi! It will be perfect for anyone who loves Orange Theory, Crossfit, or Barry’s Bootcamp because you can add in classes in a similar way!

How Much Is It?
BODi will be available September 21 at the launch price of $19.95 monthly on top of your normal BOD membership. (Even at the $19.95 a month on top of the annual $99 Beachbody on Demand membership, it’s cheaper than Peloton’s membership service.)

How is BODi Different from Regular BOD?
Beachbody on Demand has over 1000 workouts with popular Beachbody programs like 80 Day Obsession, 21 Day Fix, Insanity, P90X, LIIFT4, and Body Beast just to name a few.

BODi will include new classes every single day! You’ll be able to mix them into programs or just do the live classes. BODi will also have the music and indoor cycling options, and the chance to be part of the BODcast.

A beta version of BODi is available NOW through the Nutrition+ App at the link below.

BODi Beta Available NOW through Nutrition+ App!

17 Foods for Fall

Whether you’re heading to the supermarket, a farmers’ market, or ordering your groceries online, a bounty of fall fruits and veggies make this season absolutely delicious — and nutritious. Check out this fall grocery list — and delicious recipes — for healthy inspiration!

1. Apples
“Fruit is most nutrient dense and tasty when picked at the peak of its season,” says Quyen Vu, M.S., Beachbody culinary nutrition specialist.

In season during fall, apples are a crispy and juicy whole fruit snack, or chopped up as a crunchy topping on oatmeal and salads.

Try these recipes: Slow Cooker Baked Apples | Cinnamon Apple Quesadilla

2. Pumpkin
“It’s delicious sweet or savory and an excellent source of fiber,” says Vu.

Her current obsession is adding it to chia seed pudding with cinnamon. Try it! Shakeology Pumpkin Pie Chia Pudding

3. Butternut Squash
Roasted or in soup, it’s a fall staple with 7 grams of fiber per 1 cup cubed and is high in vitamins A and C.

Try Spicy Butternut Squash Soup

4. Sage
Use this herb fresh or dried to increase flavor without adding salt, recommends Vu. It pairs well with pumpkin, butternut squash, and chicken, among other dishes.

5. Rosemary
This fragrant herb is pretty as a garnish or a tabletop centerpiece and amps up flavor.

“Rosemary always makes me think of roasting chicken or turkey,” says Layer. “Simply tuck fresh rosemary between the skin [and breast] before putting your bird in the oven.”

6. Ginger
“It goes well in broth and gives you a nice warm feeling,” says Vu. It’s an essential component for classic pumpkin pie spice and also kicks up flavor in savory dishes.

Try this Gingerbread Granola and these Gingerbread Protein Pancakes

7. Cinnamon
A naturally sweet spice, ground cinnamon adds sweetness without added sugar. “Sprinkle some on top of oatmeal with apples for a fall fave,” says Vu.

8. Sweet Potatoes
One medium sweet potato is a good source of fiber and an excellent source of vitamin A.

Try these FIXATE Loaded Sweet Potato Skins

9. Parsnips
A go-to for stocks, you can keep it simple with this root vegetable. “Instead of potatoes for dinner, roast parsnips with olive oil, salt and pepper,” says Vu.

10. Kale
A hearty pick for autumn salads, a cup of this leafy green is an excellent source of vitamin K. “Kale and pomegranate are a great combo, but I also use it in soup or eat it roasted,” says Vu.

11. Cranberries
Buy these vitamin- and fiber-rich berries fresh or dried. “Keep in mind that some dried cranberries are covered in sugar,” says Layer. “Look for unsweetened ones.”

You can also make an easy low-sugar cranberry sauce.

12. Turkey
“Turkey breast is a great cut of turkey as it is a high-quality protein that is lean and contains B vitamins,” says Vu.

Try these turkey recipes: 2B Mindset Instant Pot Turkey Breast | Easy Turkey Chili

13. Oats
A classic, warm breakfast cereal, oatmeal is also an easy wheat alternative. “Make oat flour from rolled oats in a blender to replace refined white flour, for added fiber and whole grains,” says Vu.

14. Brussels Sprouts
These are in peak season from September to December. Shred raw Brussels sprouts for salad or slaw, or roast them with a tiny bit of olive oil, salt, and pepper.

15. Cauliflower
“There are so many hacks for it — pizza crust, rice, smoothies!” says Vu. This veggie is a good source of vitamin C and folate.

16. Beets
“I like roasting beets for a salad with feta, or grating them into muffin batter with cinnamon and blueberries,” says Layer.

17. Pomegranate
Pomegranate adds crunch to salads, or a “fruited” guacamole mashed with avocado, finely chopped pineapple and apple, plus diced onion.

Tips to Get the Most from Your Outdoor Workout

Want to switch up your exercise routine? Take it outside. Outdoor workouts are an excellent way to connect with nature, and research has found that working out outdoors is associated with increased energy, greater enjoyment, and less tension.
A review of studies also found that exercising outside can make it feel easier to push harder and might even kick up your motivation a couple of notches. Before you slather on the SPF and lace up your shoes, there are some tips to keep in mind to make your outdoor workout as safe and effective as possible.

1. Start hydrated and stay hydrated
Staying hydrated is always important during exercise, but it’s especially important for outdoor workouts.

“Hydrate before, during, and after your workout to prevent heat exhaustion and heat stroke,” says Jerry Yoo, PT, DPT, SFMA, CSCS.

Don’t wait until you’re thirsty to drink, since that can be a sign of mild dehydration.

2. Shield your skin from the sun
Even if it’s cloudy, you can get a sunburn. Be sure to wear sweat-resistant sunscreen and wear a hat and clothing made out of sun-protective fabric to protect your skin from excess sun exposure.

3. Time it just right
Instead of exercising in the middle of the day, opt for morning workouts or later in the evening when the sun isn’t as strong.

4. Consider your terrain
“Hard pavement can be hard on the body, so try and ‘land softly’ with each step,” Yoo says. Run and walk on trails or a track whenever possible. Your joints will thank you!

5. Pick the right shoes
“Proper footwear is important to minimize shock and pounding on the joints,” Yoo says.

6. Wear bright colors
Neon workout gear isn’t about being trendy. It’s about being safe! Always wear something bright, like a reflective running vest, when exercising outside so drivers can easily spot you. If you head out before dawn or after dusk, add a blinking light so you stay extra safe.

7. Don’t go it alone
Whenever possible, ride, run, or hike with other people instead of alone. This makes any outdoor workout safer, and it’s also a good way to spend time with friends.

Outdoor workouts are one of the best ways to stay socially distanced and connect with family and friends at the same time.

8. Skip the headphones for safety
Music can be motivating, but it can also distract you. Yoo recommends skipping headphones so that you can remain as vigilant as possible. If you absolutely need your music, use one earbud instead of two.

9. Plan your route
If you’re heading into the great outdoors, always have a specific hiking plan in mind — and keep a map with you in case you get lost. Don’t rely on only your phone; you may end up in an area with limited cell coverage.

If you go hiking alone, let a friend or family member know where you’re going. Make sure to bring a light backpack or fanny pack filled with water, sunscreen, snacks, and a form of I.D. with emergency contact information.

10. Dress in layers
When it comes to outdoor workouts, there’s no bad weather, only bad clothes. Dress in layers that are quick-drying and moisture-wicking, like wool or polyester rather than cotton.

11. Get creative with your workouts
You already know about outdoor workouts like running, cycling, hiking, and walking, but there’s no real limit to what you can do outside.

An easy way to enjoy a home workout outside? Grab your laptop, a yoga mat, some weights, and resistance bands into the yard or driveway and stream your favorite workout!

Grab This Healthy Deal!
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How many times have you grabbed for something you shouldn’t when you’re tired, bored, or just hungry enough to need a little snack?

The next time you have a snack attack, skip the chips/cookies/candy bars and unwrap a delicious, chocolatey, healthier snack bar — a BEACHBAR! 

BEACHBAR is a crunchy, chewy, and delicious snack bar that is a good source of protein and just 150 calories — perfect for a wholesome afternoon snack.

BEACHBARS come in three flavors: Peanut Butter Chocolate, Chocolate Cherry Almond, and a plant-based flavor, Chocolate Almond Crunch.

All three are made with nut pieces, nut butters, and protein crisps, and topped with a ribbon of chocolate. They’re also gluten-free, have 0 grams trans fats, and contain no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives.

All three are 150 calories per bar with 10 grams of protein (whey and pea, Chocolate Almond Crunch has 9 grams), 4 grams of fiber, and 6 grams of sugar.

BEACHBAR snack bars are great snacks to have on hand for meetings, traveling, or tossing into your child’s (or your own!) lunch box.

Don’t miss the BEACHBARS sale of 10% off + FREE shipping September 10-16!

SAVE 10% + FREE Shipping on BEACHBARS Sept 10-16!

September Savings

645 with Amoila Cesar: Save $20 off Challenge Packs with VIP Early Access on this strength and mobility training program. Work out 6 days a week, 45 minutes a day to build power while losing weight. You can also try a sample workout, and if you purchased the program by August 31 remember to complete The 645 Commitment to get $45 back from Beachbody!

$20 off 645 Total-Solution Challenge/Completion Packs!

LET’S GET UP! with Shaun T: September 20 is the last day to save $20 on Challenge Packs of Shaun T’s integrated dance and fitness workout.

Shaun T delivers the moves, the method and inspiration to help you lose weight and get healthy in just 30-35 minutes a day. LET’S GET UP is accessible to all dance and fitness levels. Try a sample workout!

$20 off LET’S GET UP! Challenge/Completion Packs!

Honey Roasted Beets, Carrots and Parsnips from youtube channel An Appetizing Life

Why Be a Beachbody Coach?

A Team Beachbody Coach helps themself and others live healthier, more fulfilling lives through at home workouts, nutrition programs, and accountability. They love Beachbody products, being a positive force in people’s lives and accountability. Some may also be looking for discounts or an additional income opportunity.**

Daily Tasks
Beachbody coaches typically commit to using the Beachbody workout programs, running a challenge group, and usually use at least one company supplement. The Beachbody Performance Line is really popular (we love the Energize & Recover), as well as, the meal replacement product, Shakeology.

When coaches commit to these practices it’s easier to share about the opportunity because they’re a “product of the product.”

Personal development is also highly encouraged! We love The Compound Effect for new coaches!

What Does It Mean to be a Beachbody Coach?
As a Beachbody Coach you are your own business owner. The coach opportunity is available now in Canada, the UK, France, and the United States.

A coach does NOT have to be certified, at their goal weight, or have perfect habits by any means.

What are the Benefits of Coaching?
There are a ton of incentives! One of the reasons I signed up to coach was it didn’t cost much to get started, and I wanted accountability and a discount on Shakeology. As a side benefit, I’ve been able to help others and made a ton of friends!

Some perks of being Beachbody coach:

  • 25% Discount on Shakeology, 10% on clothes
  • Ability to Help Others
  • Accountability & Support
  • New Relationships
  • Ability to Earn Trips**
  • Opportunities to Meet the Trainers!
  • Personal Growth
  • Flexible Hours
  • Possibility of Trying a New Workout First
  • No Certifications or Sales Quotas
  • Military Discount   

Along with other coaches I’ve talked to, I have an overall feeling of fulfillment doing this. I’ve grown personally and professionally through this access to an exclusive group of other successful business owners.

The training is 100% FREE once you sign up to be a Coach on our team. This is something you don’t want to miss!

If this sounds like a good fit for you, contact me! 
** Team Beachbody® does not guarantee any level of success or income from the Team Beachbody Coach Opportunity. Each Coach’s income depends on his or her own efforts, diligence, and skill.

 

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