The holidays are approaching, which means it's party season. Tempting appetizers, drinks and a slew of activities can put a damper on all of the work you've done throughout the year toward your fitness and health. Once again, we bring you our annual Healthy Holiday Challenge. Simple and sustainable healthy behaviors are key during this hectic month. Choose what lifestyle habit you want to work on each week and keep us posted on your progress. Our goal is to help you maintain your weight and keep you accountable during this busy, festive season — all while having some fun. And since they were so popular last year, once again we'll be featuring #healthyselfies and additional prize opportunities!
Join us for one of our partner races, the Xperience Fitness Reindeer Run on Dec. 14. Carry your fitness through the holidays with a fun and festive race around Minneapolis' Lake Harriet. Join us for a 5K, 10K, or a 15K. Choose the right distance for you. Runners and walkers welcome. Use this registration link to sign up on Team Moms on the Run. For more details about the race, click here.
Whether it's easy dinners, last minute “what can I bring as an appetizer?,” or making you the best gift-giver ever, Let’s Dish! is about Holidays Made Easy.
Let’s Dish! can help you do the hard stuff so you can do the fun stuff!
Dish your way and unwrap the savings! Enjoy $15 off an In-store session (order online and assemble in-store) with promo code: MOTR15. Prefer to have us make it for you? Pre-order online and we’ll assemble for in-store pick up with promo code: MOTRDND for free assembly!
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