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Strength training……

Real strength……

Strength training and weight loss.

Strength training can definitely help in making you lose weight. This is because, you are building more muscles. Aside from that, while your muscles are trying to recover and get developed, your body actually continues to burn more calories and fats.

Where in the world is AEROGA??

Welcome to AEROGA WORLD! To update new members and guest…potentially new clients, we want to inform you AEROGA will be launching this FALL at the SLS Hotel in South Beach. Classes will be available and Tracie Wright Vlaun will be on property to teach, enlighten, have some fun and do some yoga! If you are not familiar with AEROGA , the practice is now internationally recognized Aerobic Yoga, and mixture of cardio, yoga, pilates movements, core fusion and a rocking playlist to go along! SLS will offer AEROGA on the BEACH, and private sessions are available.

Black Book Magazine Story on Christopher and Tracie Wright Vlaun

http://www.blackbookmag.com/health-beauty/v-for-victory-1.49689]

> http://www.blackbookmag.com/health-beauty/v-for-victory-1.49689

V For Victory – Health & Beauty – BlackBook
>
> There’s a very good breakfeast buffet at the new [LINK:
> http://www.stregisbalharbour.com/] St. Regis Bal Harbour. It has lots of
> sausage and little muffins. You can also avail yourself of a bottomless
> chafing dish of bacon.
>
> Since I had done that many times during my stay there, I thought it would
> be best if I tried V-Art of Wellness, the fitness program devised by
> Christopher and Tracie Vlaun, an exceedingly toothsome couple, and offered
> at the St. Regis fitness club. Our session began with a half-hour of Aeroga
> on the beach. Tracie led us through sun salutations as the sun rose. Sweat
> began to stream down my forehead and I engaged mula bhanda. Aeroga, to me,
> seems a lot like a quicker version of yoga, with an uplifting techno
> soundtrack. At one point, we launched a flurry of uppercuts as Tracie
> squealed around us enthusiastically. I don’t know if it was zen, but it
> was fun.
>
> Chris was up next. The guy has a big wide smile and a neck as thick as a
> Corinthian column. He has his own philosophy called the BeFit method, which
> is outdoor circuit training with a focus on joint stability. We started
> running along the beach barefoot. “Can you feel the negative ions?” he
> asked. They supposedly come from the water and engage my hippocampus. I
> huffed that I didn’t know if I could or not, but I could feel my legs and
> my butt burning. Jogging on the beach in the soft sand is really, really
> hard but it builds core strength. Chris bade me sprint, which I did.
> Early-morning fishermen looked at us like we were crazy. Then he got out
> the boxing mitts, set up a ring with cones on a wide stretch of sand, and
> we boxed as the Miami sun worked its way higher into the sky. And then,
> because I was at the St. Regis, I wiped down with my gently scented
> post-workout moist towel.