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Stay Fit in The New Year

Whether your New Year’s resolution revolves around fitness, or not, we had our Dryland coaches weigh in on how to prioritize fitness in 2021. Follow their lead on crushing calories and staying in tip-top ripped shape throughout the holidays and beyond.

JEN RAZEE

DRYLAND VAIL

JEN RAZEE

DRYLAND VAIL

Age: 46

Hometown: Walla Walla, Washington

Ski or Ride: Both

Holiday Indulgence: Wine and specifically Champagne. My husband is a Master Sommelier and we’ve traveled to Epernay and Reims together visiting iconic Champagne houses in France.

Workout Go-To: In the winter, I like to dawn patrol uphill at local ski resorts — but on snowshoes! I see some of my highest heart rates running uphill with snowshoes on.

Top 3 Tips:

1) Even 30 minutes of training is worth the effort. 20 minutes of some aerobic activity and 10 minutes of body weight strength exercises (like squats, lunges, pushups) can still be a great metabolism boost, mind clearing for our mental health, and energizing to help recharge and be productive. 

2) Schedule your training like a meeting. I actually block the time in my calendar and hold it as a hard stop. I also try to start the day with a workout, so that I feel accomplished early and my day doesn’t get away from me.

3) You can’t out-exercise a poor diet. I recommend filling your plate with more vegetables when you can and limiting refined sugar and processed food. If you can replace some of those choices with a healthy option consistently, the incremental gains pay off.

LINZEE VITO

Dryland Breck

LINZEE VITO

Dryland Breck

Age: 35

Hometown: Bellefontaine, Ohio

Ski or Ride: Ride

Holiday Indulgence: Mulled spiced wine and Italian Christmas cookies

Workout Go-To: I love lifting. Lately I’ve been on a shoulder kick. But any type of weight training.

Top 3 Tips:

1) Stay consistent.

2) Moderation with your diet.

3) Don’t succumb to excuses.

PAIGE MORAN

Dryland Denver

PAIGE MORAN

Dryland Denver

Age: 28

Hometown: Denver, Colorado

Ski or Ride: Ski

Holiday Indulgence: All the holiday music and playing games with family

Workout Go-To: Rower // Push-up // squat // lunge pyramid workout

1000m -> 750m -> 500m -> 250m

40 -> 30 -> 20 -> 10

Top 3 Tips:

1) Pick one thing to start and stick with it. Committing to eating healthier 5 days a week OR 10K steps a day OR exercising 3 days a week. Don’t try to do everything from the get-go.

2) Enjoy the holidays. Eat those cookies, have the pie, drink wine, don’t deprive yourself of these yummy things.

3) Establish your goals for yourself and write them down. Make sure they are specific, measurable, attainable and bound by time (I recommend 3 months at a time) so you can check in with yourself and see where you are.

BLAKE GOULD

Dryland Vail

BLAKE GOULD

Dryland Vail

Age: 37

Hometown: Beatrice, Nebraska

Ski or Ride: Ski

Holiday Indulgence: Family time and ham

Workout Go-To: 1,000-rep full-body and movement workout

Top 3 Tips:

1) Limit portion sizes.

2) 30+ minutes of movement every day.

3) Relax and enjoy.

Train smarter. Play harder. Optimize your body for your next adventure. Dryland Fitness & Spa is here for you — through the holidays and beyond.

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