Exercise: One size doesn’t fit all. The pursuit of fitness is all about switching things up, trying something new, and challenging yourself and your body to become stronger, faster, and, ultimately, better. Trying a new workout has the power to change everything.
We’re introducing iFIT Mind™ to encapsulate this idea: The pursuit of whole wellness, both in your mind and body, is the key to complete fitness. These unique workouts will help you expand your fitness repertoire to include mindfulness, visualization, and movement.
What is iFIT Mind?
iFIT Mind offers unique, groundbreaking workout series that expand the definition of what it means to work out. Rooted in holistic, interactive, personalized training, iFIT Mind is invested in your life. We curate diverse workouts to infuse iFIT’s complete approach to all aspects of wellness. You’ll learn from experts in both physical and mental training to help you become the best version of yourself through mindfulness, meditation, and movement. Join us for iFIT Mind workouts to make meaningful, sustainable changes in your life.
Throughout the month of May, we will release new iFIT Mind Series to help your pursuit of complete wellness, including:
Costa Rica Transformative Yoga Series with iFIT Trainer Thalia Ayres Randolph
Thalia will lead you through 6 yoga workout sessions full of her favorite power, slow, and restorative flows. As you make your way through each flow, you’ll deepen your mind-body connection by focusing on grounding, intuition, self-love, and other healing practices. You’ll visit the lush cloud forest surrounding Belmar’s Water Deck, take in ocean views at the beautiful, secluded shores of the Avellanas Beach, and enjoy the stunning rainforest landscape at Manuel Antonio National Park.
Mood Food: Nutrition for Your Mind with iFIT Guide Dr. Eva Selhub
In this 12-part food adventure, Dr. Selhub will take a deep dive into all aspects of food, nutrition, and health as they relate to your body and mind. You’ll learn how to eat mindfully to help your brain, your microbiome, your mood, and so much more as she takes you to the iFIT Kitchen. She’ll also be giving you some of the best tips for diversifying your diet and tell you all about the great benefits of different fermented foods, vitamins, and minerals.
Climbing to the Top Series with iFIT Trainer George Hincapie
Join 19-year professional cyclist George Hincapie as you climb the legendary Haleakalā Volcano in beautiful Maui, Hawaii! During this 6-part series, you’ll learn about the variety of obstacles George had to overcome on his journey of completing 17 Tour de France races and 5 Olympic Games. Each cycling workout will focus on different aspects of mental resilience as George shares the little things that helped him get through tough times and the good moments that followed them. By the end of this great series, you’ll have climbed up 10,000 feet, pedaled through all kinds of unique microclimates, and learned how to be more mindful with yourself and your journey.
Anxiety: Work It Out Series with iFIT Guide Dr. Jarrod Spencer
This series is all about discussing different forms of anxiety, how to manage anxiety, how to help others with anxiety, and how to deal with anxiety in your life. Dr. Spencer will guide you through gentle walks around the Caribbean in Antigua and Barbuda as he shares his knowledge about anxiety. He’ll teach you the best practices to cope with feelings of anxiousness, so you can become more knowledgeable about how to manage them.
The May Challenge—coming soon!
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month and to introduce iFIT Mind, you can join the Mind & Body Challenge this May. It will focus on the importance of overall wellness through workouts that work both your body and mind!
iFIT is proud to enter into the mental health space with the launch of iFIT Mind, a revolutionary interactive experience of mind and body workouts. To honor this new launch and Mental Health Awareness Month, iFIT will be donating to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP). This donation is to honor our commitment to raising mental health awareness, furthering public knowledge on mental illness, and providing resources for those affected by mental illness.
iFIT has chosen to donate to these two organizations due to their proven dedication to mental health through extensive programs and services centered around helping communities nationwide with mental health and suicide prevention. In the future, iFIT hopes to continue its involvement in the mental health space by providing support, championing advocacy, and fighting for mental health access and affordable care for all.
DISCLAIMER: This blog post is not intended to replace the advice of a medical professional. The above information should not be used to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease or medical condition. Please consult your doctor before making any changes to your diet, sleep methods, daily activity, or fitness routine. iFIT assumes no responsibility for any personal injury or damage sustained by any recommendations, opinions, or advice given in this article. Always follow the safety precautions included in the owner’s manual of your fitness equipment.