What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Fitness Inside & Out is not a conventional diet and exercise program.
Instead, it brings body & mind together.
You'll learn how to get in touch with your body wisdom and actually enjoy exercise.
You'll get in shape easily and naturally.
This is permanent change and freedom - balance for life!
Exercise is challenging. How do you keep clients motivated and engaged?
Fitness Inside & Out makes exercise fun so you get engaged in the process.
It becomes something you enjoy and want to keep doing. You also learn tools that help you cope with stress and other emotions that have caused you to overeat. As a result, your body and all parts of your life get in shape!
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
After 8 years of practicing intuitive energy medicine and life coaching, I recognized that physical fitness is essential for transformation. It's important to honor both the body and the inner being.
When we do, we become fit both inside and out.
What do you love most about your job?
Watching people transform physically, mentally, and accomplish their goals.
Usually when you hear jingle bells, it's because Santa's sleigh has alighted on your rooftop. But at the Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis, it's because hundreds of runners have tied them to their shoelaces. This themed 5K fun run encourages participants to don their best holiday apparel, whether that's an elf costume or their ugliest Christmas sweater. The course weaves through the picturesque Crocker Park, a far more enjoyable route than running in place in an ATM vestibule. A portion of the proceeds benefits the Arthritis Foundation.
Sports fans know to plan their weekend around American River Auto in Sacramento.
Check out this club's restaurant, where you can stay for lunch or grab your meal to go.
Grab the kids when you head to this club — its family-oriented atmosphere perfect for the whole clan.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So head to American River Auto for some fun, laughs, and a great experience.
Challenge Failure aims to combat heart failure with a big-hearted success. After losing her husband, Marc, to heart failure at the age of 52, Robin Boriack founded the annual race as a way to help families avoid a similar tragedy. Besides promoting cardiovascular health by getting participants active in a 5K walk or run and 10K walk, the race directly adds to the fight by raising funds to support heart failure research.
Wacky Walks takes the concept of a board game and spreads it out across the entire city. A team captain (the king) leads the other players (pawns) across a two-hour walking route filled with riddles and clues. But there are a couple of twists: the title of king transfers between the various players, and there may be a joker hidden within the group who's tasked with wreaking silly havoc.
The first-annual River Run for Youth will send waves of participants galloping along the Sacramento River in support of the Collings Teen Center. Every day, young people throughout the West Sacramento community flock to the non-profit's location to hang out, play games, and learn in a safe, reassuring environment.
Community members can show their support for the center and its cause while soaking up riverside views on Saturday, September 20. The day's events will include timed and un-timed 5K races and walks, as well as a free quarter-mile race for children. The course begins and ends at Raley Field, and after everyone has finished, kids can head into the stadium to run the bases and hear the echos of roaring crowds by holding their ears up to empty sunflower seed shells.