Revelation Wellness Training

by Bobbi from nhershoes on February 13, 2017 · 2 comments

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I can’t believe this is happening!! This week I being an amazing journey of starting my Revelation Wellness instructor training! If you haven’t heard me SHOUT about this before here is what this training is all about:

“All certified Revelation Wellness® Instructors are more than fitness instructors, they are wellness industry leaders. Upon completion of our thorough training program, you will be totally equipped to lead and instruct others into health and wholeness, rooted in Christ. Not only will you be ready to teach *Revelation Fitness® classes, inspiring and instructing others to get moving, by leading your own joy-filled and freedom-infused fitness classes, you will also be equipped to go deeper with your students as a certified Weigh Less to Feed More® facilitator. Hosting your own holistic fitness classes is an effective way to love and serve people. Most will come to you because they want to get fit or stay fit, but something deeper is always going on. As a certified Weigh Less to Feed More® facilitator you will be ready to lead them into deeper healing and wholeness. Through your *Revelation Fitness® classes and Weigh Less to Feed More® curriculum you will be armed and ready to help people get physically and spiritually fit for their God-given purpose, to love God and love people.

*Revelation Fitness® (the workout class) is not one particular style of fitness training (e.g. boot camp, circuit-style, dance choreography, kickboxing, strength training, senior, or prenatal fitness). You will learn the ins and outs of the main fitness formats so we can help YOU find out how God has designed YOU to move and move others.”

A fitness certificate that combines both fitness and faith, YES PLEASE! This is what I have been craving in my life and I know my world is going to be ROCKED by this entire training. I am praying for the Lord to show me what he wants me to do after this training, I know he has a great plan and I can’t wait to see how it all unfolds.

Question: Have you heard of Revelation Wellness? 

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Her Next Marathon

by Bobbi from nhershoes on February 7, 2017 · 3 comments

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Hey there!

Well it’s about time I dusted off my running shoes and signed up for my next marathon! It’s been almost three years since I ran my last one . Which I only did, because I qualified for Boston before we ever knew we would have Rylee Joy. Now that RJ is almost 4 ( crazy) our season of life is slowing down and I am honestly not as burnt out like I was right after my last race. I am so glad that I listened to my body and took a long break from marathon training. Since 2006 I have trained for a marathon back to back to back. Doing a total of 10!

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The bug is back! I am so excited to be running more. I even found a couple running buddies out here in Arizona, but I have also found the Revelation Wellness running podcast and that has changed running solo for me. I used to hate running alone and now I don’t mind it as much. I love how encouraging the podcast is and how fed and refreshed I feel after. I am only on week 2 of training and my training plan is only a total of 11 weeks. I have a pretty good starting base and I know that if I trained for anything more I would get burnt out. This most likely will be the only marathon I run this year, so I want to make sure that I enjoy every bit of it. I am also only running three days a week and cross training the other three. I am taking one day of rest which will come right after my long run days. I will be doing some spin and TRX.

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Here is a link to my plan in case you are interested. As you can see I will not be running more than 40 miles a week when training for this marathon, I am 100% more about running less quality miles over quantity. The cross training I will be doing will be a lot of HIIT workouts, cycling and TRX core work. I want to make sure more than anything I do not overtrain and hurt myself. If I need an extra rest day I will take it! My goal for the race is to run under 4 hours for sure, but to finish and feel strong.

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So the race that I chose to do this year is local and do you want to know a secret? I have NEVER done a local marathon before. Not one have I been able to sleep in my own bed the night before. So that is going to to be so nice! I love to travel for races and make a fun trip out of it. However this year I am living in a whole new state, so to me it’s kind of like doing a marathon in a new place. The race I will be running is called the Hippity Hopp Marathon in Peoria on Sunday April 9, 2017. They also have a half marathon, 5k, 10k and a 4 mile run! It’s the weekend before Easter as well as my birthday MONTH! Arizona is beautiful in the spring so it will be the perfect training weather.

The wonderful Hippity Hopp Race folks have gave me a discount code for all my readers! Use NHERSHOES15 at check out and get 15% off your registration.

Questions: Have you signed up for any races this year? Are you planning to? In Arizona one’s I should know about? 

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A Day in the Life Part Vl

February 2, 2017

Hello Friends! It has been almost 6 months since I have done a “Day in the Life Of” post and they are one of my most favorite posts to write. Our lives look quite different (in a good way) here in Arizona. If you have been following for a while you know that one of […]

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