Feb 18 2015

Weight Loss Challenge Check In: Week 4

By: Elise Chretien

wlc1Now that we’ve entered the 4th week of our Weight Loss Challenge, we wanted to check in with some of our participants and see how things were going! U Street members Rick, Tony, Robert and Cassandra have seen different variations of progress through their training sessions with PT Josh Hagel. However, one thing is the same for each of them: they’ve all lost weight!

For partners Rick and Tony, they both agreed that having someone holding you accountable to your workouts has played a huge role in their success so far.

“It’s easy to blow it off when you’re on your own, but it’s not as easy to blow off your partner,” says Tony.

Tony, who has lost a total of 7-8 lbs, says by completely changing his eating habits (and giving up diet coke!) he feels lighter and healthier every day. Rick, who has also changed his diet and is eating high protein and low carb, has lost 11 lbs total.

“We send our food logs to Josh every day and show him what we’ve eaten. That really helps with accountability,” says Tony.
Robert, who is down 4 lbs, agrees that the small group setting is very beneficial to keeping him coming back every week.

wlc2“I personally like the camaraderie of the group setting. Plus it’s cheaper than personal training!” says Robert.
The small group training style allows for each participant to be simultaneously working on different exercises while the instructor can float around to each person and give individual attention on proper form and technique. By introducing new exercises every week, participants are constantly switching up their routines and challenging themselves.

Cassandra, who has done multiple small group training sessions at VIDA says she loves the twice a week format of the weight loss challenge.

“It’s really nice to get to do stuff that you wouldn’t do on your own twice a week. I haven’t weighed myself yet but I can definitely feel a difference!” she says.

We wish the best of luck to ALL of our weight loss challenge participants as the six weeks comes to an end! And, for all of our #VIDAresolution participants, start posting your progress pics to our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to officially enter the contest. Keep pushing yourselves and sticking to your diet, and we can’t wait to see your results in early March!

Feb 17 2015

VIDA Member Profile: Natalie Aranda

Within seconds of sitting down with Natalie Aranda it’s impossible to not be inspired by her bubbly personality and positive attitude. Natalie, a regular at our Yards location, has lost a total of 40 lbs in only six months here at VIDA. She credits this remarkable weight loss journey to her VIDA family and by sticking to a decision she made about eight months ago to change her life through fitness!

Labor Day 2014 and Now!

Labor Day 2014 and Now!

Growing up, Natalie played softball, soccer, did swim team and was pretty active. Then, as most of us can relate, went to college and stopped working out as regularly. Living the usual college life of eating out frequently and being less physically active caused her to start gaining weight and getting off track from a healthy lifestyle. Aside from taking the occasional fitness class at her school, she says she just didn’t know where to start to get back in shape and the weight kept piling on. That is, until she moved to DC last year and signed up for her first gym membership at VIDA.

“I moved to DC about a year and a half ago for a job as a social worker. It’s a very high stress job and I knew I needed balance in my life. I kept hearing from friends about how great VIDA is, so when I got a raise I decided I was going to invest that money in myself and my health. I live one mile away so I joined at the Yards and decided this was going to be my year of change!” she says.

Since that day Natalie has not lost focus of her year of change (or #YearOfChange if you follow her on Facebook.) She started trying some VIDA classes and says before she knew it she was doing them 4-5 times a week, and even started running 5ks with her roommates!

“We all signed up together and since we live together it’s easy to keep each other accountable for eating healthy and not missing workouts,” she says.

When asked why she thinks she’s had so much success at VIDA, she credits it all to the group fitness classes and our instructors, most of which she’s became great friends with.

“Group fitness has always been my thing – I knew I loved Zumba so I started taking it with Alexx all the time. He gives such great encouragement and modifications for exercises that I couldn’t do right away,” she says. “All of the staff here makes it so personal; they all know you by name and are friends with you on Facebook. It’s super motivating – the classes really changed everything for me!”

Natalie 2A few of Natalie’s favorites are HIIT and iRide (especially with Joel!) and she’s been adding some Pilates and candlelight yoga to the mix recently as well. She still takes Zumba too, only now she goes straight for the front of the class rather than hiding in the back!

“I definitely feel more confident in the classes. I used to be a little self-conscious being one of the bigger people there, but now I know I can keep up and always go straight to the front,” she says with a smile.

Not only is she feeling more confident in classes, but she feels so much healthier in general, too. She says breathing is easier and that she’s able to walk faster at 40 lbs lighter. The only issue now is that all her clothes are too big!

“I really have the amazing instructors to thank for everything. They’re all so encouraging, they all want to celebrate in your victories, I just love it so much!” she says.

We’re so glad to have you in the VIDA family, Natalie, and can’t wait to see what else you accomplish in your #YearOfChange!

Feb 13 2015

Nutrition & Heart Healthy Advice from Cat Taylor

By: Elise Chretien

nucatFiguring out what foods and how much of them to eat to reach your health and fitness goals can be tricky territory. With an abundance of information on the web (Good fats? Bad fats? Low carb?) and new fad diets popping up left and right it can be overwhelming to determine what exactly you should be putting in your body. Wouldn’t it be easier if you had someone who knew your exact body composition and what goals you were trying to accomplish that could just tell you what to eat and when?

Cat Taylor, our Registered Dietitian at VIDA Fitness does exactly that. All new VIDA members receive a complimentary 25 minute Nutrition Fit session with Cat where you can discuss what your goals are, share what your current diet is like and identify any areas that need improvement. After this mini-assessment, Cat will recommend a full consult for those with specific goals in mind and are committed to sticking to a diet that will help them reach those goals.

During your full consult, you’ll receive a full body composition analysis that measures your body fat percentage, BMI, lean mass vs. fat mass and a segmental analysis to determine which areas of your body have the highest fat vs. muscle ratio. Having this information allows you and Cat to identify what your ideal weight range should be and helps to determine the caloric requirement (broken down into grams of protein, fat and carbs) needed to reach that range.

“A lot of people come in knowing bits and pieces of information they’ve read online, but we’re able to clinically assess what their body needs and put all the information together for them in a balanced diet that they can follow,” says Cat.

During your initial consult you and Cat will create a personalized diet plan with the ideal amounts of fats, carbs and protein you should be getting every day, with her own recommendations of healthy foods to substitute for unhealthy ones. For those of us who are looking to lose a pound or two – a healthy diet plays a key role in seeing results on the scale. Unhealthy foods that are high in calories means you have to do even more exercise to burn them off, while a low calorie option would be burned off much quicker.

Cat explains that even those who aren’t concerned with losing or gaining weight should sign up for a consult to make sure their diet isn’t lacking in protein, vitamins or minerals.
“It’s not just about looking good. Some people can get away with eating poorly and still look fine, but their bodies aren’t healthy,” she says. “Proper nutrition gives you so much more energy and ensures that your body is getting the nutrients it needs,” says Cat.

A big part of keeping your body healthy is keeping your heart healthy. In honor of American Heart Month, Cat shared with me which foods will keep your heart pumping happily, and which ones to avoid. Foods that are ‘anti-inflammatory’ prevent inflammation in your circulatory system – which is the leading cause of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer and certain auto immune diseases.

Great examples of anti-inflammatory foods include fish rich in Omega 3’s (salmon, tuna, mackerel), whole fruits, multi-colored vegetables, green tea (even better if you add some lemon!), flaxseed oils, olive oils, lean poultry, nuts (walnuts especially), legumes, seeds and dark green leafy vegetables. Cat also adds that certain spices including black pepper, chilies, ginger, cinnamon, garlic and turmeric (her favorite!) have huge anti-inflammatory qualities and should be added to your meals whenever possible!

As you can probably guess , the foods to stay away from when focusing on a healthy heart are anything processed or refined, salt, sugar, white pasta, bread or rice, high calorie cheeses, ice cream, fatty meats, and deep fried foods. Some unhealthy oils can also hide behind “healthy” snack food labels such as veggie sticks, so watch out for anything with corn, peanut or safflower oil on the label.

Having knowledge about what different foods do for your body is essential for healthy meal planning. A little nutritional guidance from Cat can be all the push in the right direction you need to start eating healthy and reaching your fitness goals. If you haven’t had a Nutrition Fit with her yet, email to set one up!

Feb 10 2015

Healthy Lifestyle Tip: Why Having a Workout Partner Can Help You Achieve Your Goals

Having a workout partner can mean the difference between success and failure when it comes to your fitness goals. Unless you’re consistently a highly motivated self-starter, your chances of sticking to a long-term fitness plan without a partner are significantly lower than they are with a partner. Now thru March 31 when to refer a friend to VIDA, you can earn progressive rewards!

The Time Goes by Faster

When you’re able to chat with a workout partner and catch up on each other’s lives as you exercise, the time will fly by and become an occasion to which you can both look forward to each time.

You Won’t Cancel a Workout

When you answer to no one but yourself, it can become a habit to cancel a workout after a long, busy day because you feel tired or because you feel that it’s a waste of time.

You Can Coordinate Busy Schedules

If you have a workout partner, you can coordinate your schedules and share errands or chores.

You’ll Be Bolstered by Outside Perspective

It’s difficult to view yourself objectively. When it comes to your fitness progress, you may not notice how your strength and endurance is improving or that you’ve lost weight or gained muscle tone over time. Having that validation can help boost your self-esteem and keep your motivation levels high.

You Can Celebrate Your Successes

Celebrating your progress alone isn’t as much fun as it is with a partner. You and your partner can set goals for yourselves and celebrate every few weeks after you’ve met those goals.

Feb 9 2015

Make VIDA your Valentine: Special Activities for Valentine’s Weekend!

Whether you’re single or attached, this weekend is packed full of activities to do with your significant other, BFF, roomie or solo! Here’s a breakdown of all the fun events and classes we’ve got going on this weekend by location – all in the name of love!

U Street:

February 14th:

8:30 AM – Broken Heart ride with Paul
9:30 AM – iRide for LOVE with Mark
10:00 AM – Red Velvet ZUMBA, cupcakes included! (Group Fitness Studio)
10:30 AM – Open Hearts and Hand Stands with Chris Parkinson (Inner Fitness Studio)
10:30 AM – Hearty Ride with Dave
11:00 AM – Cupid Workout with Gregg (partner workout; Group Fitness Studio)
11:30 AM – Red high Heel Barre (Inner Fitness Studio)
11:30 AM – Single and ready to mingle Spin & Sculpt


February 14th:

10:00 AM – Saturday ‘Tough Love’ Bootcamp: Bring your sweetheart, best friend, roommate, and get ready to sweat w/ your partner! Meet in the Verizon Lobby at 9:50am.


February 13th:

Single & Fabulous Workouts: 5:45pm – Cycle w/ Paul, 6:45pm: RX w/ Gregg. All set to fun, single and fabulous music!

February 14th:

Couples Themed Workouts: 1:45pm RIP 45. Couples themed music and moves that require teamwork with your partner!


February 12th: 6-8pm – VIDA Valentines Wine Tasting with DCanter Wine Boutique. VIDA members receive complimentary wine tasting while meeting other VIDA members and managers. RSVP to, spots are limited!


Feb 8 2015

5 Non-Treadmill Workouts to Get Your Heart Pumping

Somehow the word “cardio” springs forth an image in my mind of endless treadmill running and elliptical gliding.

Not that I don’t occasionally take to the cardio machines to break a sweat, but it’s easy to get stuck in rut if you beeline to the machines every time you come to the gym.

If you’re in need of a good sweat-session to get your heart rate up, check out some of these exciting and challenging workouts that take you off a machine and in to the classroom:


M.I.T. stands for Metabolic Interval Training, and boy does it get your metabolism revved up!

M.I.T. is a 45-minute class with a fusion of cardio, strength, balance and flexibility that works to increase strength and heart/lung function, and improves posture and increases flexibility. The objective is to continually shock the body, as research demonstrates it is the most efficient way to improve your cardiovascular system, lose weight & build muscle.

Although this class is tough, it’s great for novices and experienced athletes alike, and with continued attendance you’ll start to see your endurance and strength improve week by week.

For a better look at the class, check out the M.I.T. review on the VIDA blog.

2.) Cycling

So cycling does require being on a machine, but when you’ve got an instructor setting the vibe of your ride and your peers pushing alongside you, you get a much better workout than you would pedaling away on a stationary bike on your own.

cycleWhy? Because you have someone guiding you to increase your resistance and sprint harder, and by the end of class you’ve not only gotten a great cardio workout, but a great strength workout for your lower body as well. It’s really the best of both worlds.

And if you really want to bring the fun, try VIDA’s latest spin class format, iRIDE, which incorporates weights with moves inspired by different disciplines such as boxing and Karate. Check out the class review here.

3.) Zumba

There’s a reason Zumba has a cult following, it’s fun. And I don’t care how much of a non-dancer you claim to be, you really can’t say you don’t like it until you’ve tried a class.

Zumba combines Latin dance moves with interval and resistance training for a full-body, rhythmic workout. You’ll move through salsa, mambo, cha-cha, cumbia, merengue, hip-hop, and belly dancing for a great cardio workout.

Some instructors lean more on the hip-hop/pop music style and others just play straight up Latin grooves, and others play a big mix, so if you’re curious to try a class, ask someone at the front desk about what instructors play the style of music you listen to and try it out! zumba

You will sweat, you will get your heart rate up and you’ll probably love it.

4.) Bootcamp

Bootcamp is hard to put in a nutshell because every bootcamp is going to be different depending on the instructor and by nature of the class things get switched up from week to week.

But one thing you can always count on is getting a good cardio workout because bootcamp will always involve some running and plyometrics.

bootc ampIf you like the idea of getting outside to workout, but also wants something where you’re being pushed and challenged, bootcamp will be a perfect fit.

5.) Swimming

Swimming is another workout that is really about total body toning in addition to cardio, but the therapeutic benefits of swimming is what makes this one of the best workouts you can do.

Swimming is easy on the joints and it helps to improve circulation, flexibility and endurance.

Therefore, if you’re someone who has ever suffered an injury that interferes with your ability to do certain exercises such as heavy lifting or body weight workouts, or you just need a new challenge, swimming is an excellent workout to try.

If swimming seems intimidating because you’re not well-versed on how to properly complete the various strokes, talk to one of the VIDA membership consultants who can get you set up on a swimfit session.

Now that you have some alternative workouts to try other than the treadmill, what classes would you venture in to? And what’s your biggest cardio workout struggle? Let us know on the VIDA Fitness Facebook page.

And don’t forget to check back next week for:
– Your Must-Know Personal Stats for Heart Health
– 10 Lifestyle Changes Your Heart Will Thank you For

Feb 7 2015

Healthy Lifestyle Tip: 4 Metabolism-Boosting Steps

While it’s true that our metabolism naturally slows down as we get older, these tips can help people of all ages and sizes optimize their daily calorie burn.

1. Aerobic exercise is the key!

You probably already know that aerobic exercise helps rev up your metabolism and thus burns calories while you’re doing it. But did you know that aerobic activities also cause your metabolism to stay revved up for a period of time after exercising?

2. Strength training revs your engine.

It’s true what they say about muscle burning more calories than fat: The more muscle you have, the more calories you burn 24/7 – even when you’re sitting still!

3. Eat at least 1,000 calories each day.

Your body and metabolism thrive on food. When you fast, crash diet, or restrict your intake to 1,000 calories or below, your metabolism will respond by slowing down to conserve energy. Imagine your metabolism as a blazing fire – feed the fire consistently with wood, and it continues to burn at a good rate. If you run out of wood, the fire goes out.

4. Include lean protein with every meal.

Eating all types of food creates a thermic effect and will raise metabolism after consumption. However, protein results in a greater metabolic boost than carbohydrates or fats. Make sure to incorporate lean protein into every meal and get the right amount each day. How much do you need? A simple rule of thumb is 50 percent of your ideal body weight in grams. So, for example, if you want to get down to 140 pounds, aim for 70 grams of protein each day. The best protein sources include skinless poultry, fish and seafood, lean meat, low-fat and nonfat dairy, beans, lentils, and soy.


Feb 6 2015

Help Families of DC Public Schools By Donating to Turning The Page

For the third year in a row, VIDA Fitness will be partnering with Turning The Page to collect and provide used books, CDs and DVDs to support families in the DC public school system.

Turning The Page is an education non-profit organization that works to engage parents of public school students to become stronger educators of their children at home, advocates for their children in school and leaders in their school communities. To raise money for their programs, they collect donated used books, CDs and DVDS from the community and sell them at their own used bookstore, Carpe Librum. Donated items can be of all genres and for all ages.

Over the past two years VIDA members have donated a total of 64 boxes of books, CDs and DVDs to Turning The Page. Let’s keep it up this year! If you’ve got any of the aforementioned items at home that you’re willing to part with, bring them by a VIDA location and place them in our Turning The Page donation bin by the front desk.
We appreciate your donation and are honored to support this admirable cause! Tax receipts for your donation will also be available by emailing Thanks for donating!

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Feb 5 2015

Member Profile: Lou Muscarella

By: Elise Chretien

LouMuscarellaHere at VIDA there’s nothing we love more than success stories from our members. Even better when our members have a chance to share their stories with the community – which is what U Street member Lou Muscarella had the opportunity to do this month.

Lou, a diabetic, local realtor and avid gym-goer recently caught the attention of NBC 4 – who highlighted his story in their segment on ‘Rebooting your Resolution’ with exercise and healthy eating. I sat down with Lou to discover more about the role VIDA has played in getting him into the best shape of his life.

Lou was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at the age of 19. After years of living with the disease he discovered that a regular exercise program was an effective way to manage the unpleasant symptoms of diabetes including lethargy, irritability and feeling fatigued all the time. He started working out with a trainer in 2001 and joined VIDA after moving to the area last year. Being active as a diabetic does involve caution; however, including always monitoring his blood sugar levels and having an abundance of juice close by in case his blood sugar starts to drop.

Lou works out three times a week with VIDA Personal Trainer Isiah Munoz and does cardio on his own throughout the week. He wears a glucose monitor that constantly tracks his blood sugar and will beep if it drops to a dangerous level. A vigorous workout can cause a sharp drop in blood sugar which he says has caused him to pass out in the gym before. However, Lou says in all his years working out with trainers nothing has helped him in quite the way Isiah has.

“Isiah is constantly asking me what my blood sugar numbers are and keeping me in check. He helped me figure out how much water I need to be drinking every day since another side effect of diabetes is getting dehydrated easily, and helps me out with stretching when my muscles get stiff,” he says.

His workouts with Isiah consist of a lot of bodyweight exercises and stretching, and he says no two workouts are ever the same. He does some spin classes and TRX here and there and says that his experience at VIDA has been life changing.

“I’ve belonged to a lot of gyms and worked out with trainers all over but here they are really top-notch. When I joined the staff was so friendly and it wasn’t intimidating at all. Isiah keeps me motivated and inspired – I can’t say enough good things about him,” he says.

Lou checks in with his doctor every 3-4 months to evaluate his blood sugar levels and overall health condition. At his last check-in he received the wonderful news that he was in the top quarter of 1% for overall heart health for his age group – something that he feels working out at VIDA has played a huge part in.

“I’m constantly setting goals for myself and being in good health is necessary to reach those goals. You’ve got to make good health a priority,” he says. “And the older you get, the more that priority is forced on you,” he laughs.

We couldn’t agree more, and can’t wait to watch Lou continue to meet his goals here at VIDA!

Feb 3 2015

8 Foods that Will Save You from a Heart Attack

We’re kicking off American Heart Month with a round-up of the best foods to keep your heart healthy and strong.

Now of course, we can’t guarantee eating these foods will mean you’ll never have heart problems because many factors can come in to play there, but we’ll be discussing plenty of other things you can do for optimal heart health throughout the month.

So in the mean time, let’s check out the top 8 essential heart-healthy foods you need to include in your diet:

1.) Whole Grains

Who doesn’t love a big bowl of hot oatmeal for breakfast? Especially in this frigid weather!

Well, if this is your idea of a tasty way to start the day, you’ll be getting a great dose of antioxidants, phytoestrogens and phytosterols that protect against coronary disease, as well as fiber, which aids our cholesterol.

If oatmeal doesn’t sound so appealing, other whole grains include quinoa, brown rice, wild rice and whole-grain barley. You can also swap out white, bleached flour for whole-grain flour in various recipes for a healthier variation.

2.) Salmon

We’ve all heard of omega-3 fatty acids, and it’s those acids that make fish such as salmon and tuna a great source of protein.

Omega-3s lower levels of triglycerides in the blood that can contribute to clotting and they also play a role in lowering blood pressure. Salmon also contains selenium, an antioxidant that research has shown to boost cardiovascular protection.

For a simple and healthy dinner, grill some salmon with fresh herbs on top and serve with wild rice and sautéed spinach for an incredibly heart-healthy meal.

3.) Nuts

Low in saturated fats, and high in heart-healthy monounsaturated fats, nuts such as walnuts, almonds and peanuts should definitely be in your snack arsenal.

Try creating your own heart-healthy trail mix with a combination of your favorite nuts as well as raisins, which contain antioxidants that have been shown to reduce inflammation. Adding in a little bit of dark chocolate has also been shown to increase trail mix deliciousness.

4.) Tomatoes

tomoatoesTomatoes are about as good as it gets in terms of healthy produce choices.

Between the Vitamin A, Vitamin C, potassium and fiber tomatoes contain, tomatoes are a healthy choice, but with the addition of lycopene (which works with all of the combined vitamins and minerals to help prevent cardiovascular disease), tomatoes are a heart-healthy powerhouse.

The best part is, cooking with tomatoes actually increases their heart-health benefits since lycopene becomes more available through the heating process.

Add diced tomatoes in to chicken dishes or roast some cherry tomatoes with herbs for a simple and tasty side dish.

5.) Apples

Turns out an apple day actually could keep your doctor away.

Due to the strong antioxidant flavonoids as well as high levels of the soluble fiber, apples are an ideal food for reducing plaque build-up in arteries, inflammation and cholesterol.

Try packing up apple slices with a bit of all-natural peanut butter for a great go-to afternoon snack that packs a punch of fiber and protein.

6.) Berries

Berries such as strawberries, blackberries, blueberries and raspberries have been found to contain a variety of polyphenols that help to keep your cholesterol and blood pressure in check.

These berries are great on their own, especially during the summer when they’re in season, but you can still get your berry fix in the winter with the frozen variety. Blend them in to smoothies for a great addition to your breakfast or a post-workout shake.

7.) Olive Oil

We know you’re not going to be guzzling olive oil with your meals, but it was worth including since cooking with olive oil makes a huge difference in terms of healthier cooking.

Extra virgin olive oil contains mono- and poly-unsaturated fatty acids that can lower your risk of heart disease by minimizing other risk factors such as cholesterol and blood clotting.

Although you can’t make an unhealthy food suddenly healthy with olive oil, using EVOO (as Rachael Ray affectionally calls it) is a better alternative to butter or margarine.

8.) Red Wine and Dark Chocolate

You didn’t think we would leave out arguably two of the best edibles on the planet did you?

Many people have heard that red wine and chocolate are heart healthy, but there’s a key to unlocking their benefits. If you want to get health benefits with your indulgence you have to look at the variety.

Red wines such as cabernets and pinot noirs have higher levels of procyanidins, an antioxidant that improves cardiovascular and arterial health.

And if chocolate is your vice, make sure to stick to the dark stuff with a higher precent of cocoa content (we’re talking 70 percent or above). More cocoa content means more flavanols and antioxidants that help to lower blood pressure and boost circulation.

What are some of your favorites on this list? Have any favorite recipes using these ingredients to share?

If you feel like you need a complete diet and nutrition overhaul, get in touch with VIDA’s registered dietician, Cat Taylor. She’ll get you eating heart-healthy (and loving it) in no time!

And don’t forget to check back next week for:
– 5 (non-treadmill) Workouts to get your Heart Pumping
– Your Must-Know Personal Stats for Heart Health
– 10 Lifestyle Changes Your Heart Will Thank you For

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