Maintain Your Fit-Physique All Year Round



+ Get up and go!

Although it might seem like a good idea to hit that snooze button in the morning, the best way to feel rejuvenated and awake is to pack in some exercise early in the morning. It can be as simple as a 20-minute walk around the block!

+ Tone up

Lifting weights is key! Lifting weights will help you build muscle which will also burn more calories during and after your workout and increase your overall caloric burn for the entire day.

+Switch it up

Weight training and Cardio are great ways to get exercise into your day. To keep motivated and excited, make sure to switch things up. My favorite form of alternate exercise is dancing, but I also suggest trying a yoga class, swimming a few laps, or even taking an easy day to stretch and foam roll.

+ Rest

Rest is key for helping your body recuperate and heal. It’s essential to take rest days and enjoy some time off every once in a while. Get a mani/pedi or a massage to thank your body for all its hard work.

Last but not least, love your body! Confidence is key. Strive for progress, not perfection. Learn, grow, laugh, love.

-Amira Mourad, Fabletics Master

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  • cimmer
    September 26, 2014

    This is a really great post with wonderful tips to stay healthy all year long! It’s a good reminder as we settle into snuggly autumn to still be mindful of treating your body well. I just wish it wasn’t framed as a way to keep your bikini body. Everyone should have the right to feel confident about their bodies and wear what they want no matter what they look like.

    The post was all about adopting some great habits, but what a bummer to have it be titled and framed to only value some types of bodies.

    I love this blog (and Fabletics in general) so I hope you all will stay more body-positive like in your other posts.

  • Abigail Argonza
    September 26, 2014

    LOVE. I love that it’s not some get thin quick scheme. It’s smart.

  • Wendy Allen
    September 27, 2014

    only diets that work is a change of lifestyle. not a temporary change for limited time..

  • cimmer
    October 6, 2014

    Hooray – thanks for renaming this article 🙂