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Aug 24 2018

Get Ready For New Cardio Equipment At VIDA Fitness

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By Mekita Rivas, VIDA editor/member

It’s time for a refresh! Every four years at VIDA, we swap out all of our cardio equipment and bring in a fresh collection of bikes, ellipticals, treadmills, and stepmills for you to enjoy. You’ll always find the latest and greatest because that’s what our members deserve! We prioritize member feedback to ensure that you’re getting the equipment you want, but we also like to include some unexpected machines that you didn’t even know you needed — until now.

Dates for the new equipment:

U Street – Oct 2nd

Logan Circle – Oct 8th

The Yards – Oct 10th

Gallery Place – Oct 11th

City Vista – Oct 15th

Before the new equipment makes its way to the gym floor, we’re giving you an inside look at what to expect with these upgrades. For starters, of the seven manufacturers, VIDA is partnering with, four will have consoles that enable you to directly log into your Hulu and Netflix accounts: Life Fitness, Matrix, Precor, and Technogym. Binging has never been easier!  

Classics like Life Fitness and Precor will remain a core part of our lineup. We’re also stocking our clubs with member favorites like the assault bikes and rowers. “They’re great for interval training — short cardio bursts combined with weightlifting,” explains Aaron Moore, Director of Operations at VIDA.

We’re also making room for some new kids on the block like Technogym, Octane, and Matrix.

“Matrix is a newer partner for us,” Aaron says. “We’ve bought stepmills from Matrix before, but now we’re getting some of their stationary bikes, as well as treadmills. We want to give our members variety, both in terms of the biomechanics and in the content the consoles offer.”

Another exciting addition? Apple GymKit compatible technology in Technogym machines, which enables you to connect your Apple Watch (a Series 2 or the new Series 3). You’ll share data between the two devices and get a super detailed deep dive into your workout. Aaron says members can also look forward to having “the Rolls Royce” of stepmills in the Artis Climb.

“Some stepmills have all these attachments, they go two feet higher, and they’re kind of intrusive,” he says. “With Technogym, it’s the cool, sleek lower profile design. It’s a very well-constructed piece of equipment, and the content is probably the most dynamic of any console that we’re going to have on any cardio machine. There’s tons of on-demand content, live TV, virtual courses, and the ability to log in and track your workouts. It’s the Rolls Royce of stepmills.”

VIDA is also getting two Technogym performance pieces: the Skillrun and the Skillmill Connect. These both feature “tank-style tread” that absorbs impact, similar to what you see on Woodway treadmills (which, by the way, aren’t going anywhere). “The Skillmill Connect is the big departure,” Aaron says. “There’s no console. All it has is this little monitor — basically it’s just giving you an output of force. There’s no on-demand content or information.”

This machine is intended for short bursts, sprints, and sled pushes, ideally while working with a personal trainer. “This is a compact way of offering that sled push movement without having to dodge somebody in the gym,” Aaron says.

The Skillmill Connect also includes a parachute attachment so members can do an indoor version of wind sprints. “It’s very performance-based, and many initial users are going to be clients who are getting instruction from personal trainers. Then people will see that and go, ‘I want to do that’ because it’s new and fun.”

The Zero Runner is one more addition to VIDA’s cardio lineup. It’s a treadmill alternative designed for people who can’t run anymore because it causes too much impact on their joints. “Because it’s a semi-controlled range of motion, it can help you improve your running stride so it’s more effective,” Aaron says. “You can run faster and longer with less impact than when you’re running outdoors. We think this machine is going to be pretty powerful for us.”

Another honorable mention goes to the Reflex Treadmill from Freemotion, a power belt style treadmill that absorbs the running impact back into the machine. “A lot of people, particularly outdoor runners, don’t like running on treadmills because of that pounding,” Aaron explains. “This absorbs it so you don’t have that. It’s a cushion feel — there’s some give to it that goes down so you’re running and striding.”

With so many awesome new machines to try out, it’s important to remember that safety is our members’ number one priority. If you see something you want to try but aren’t sure how to get started, ask a personal trainer or membership consultant for a quick demo. They’re ready to give you the guidance you need to make the most of our state-of-the-art equipment.

“This is new stuff, so don’t be afraid to ask for help,” Aaron advises. “A lot of it does have a learning curve and requires some coaching. We’re more than happy to schedule a time to walk you through the equipment and provide a free orientation.”

Jun 1 2018

Why You Need To Focus On Your Glutes

By Mekita Rivas, VIDA editor/member

Let’s be honest: Everyone wants a nice booty. And with swimsuit season in full swing, that’s motivation enough to get your derrière in tip-top shape. But aside from looking (and feeling) great, there are tons of other reasons to give your glutes some extra attention the next time you hit the gym. We caught up with VIDA Fitness Master Trainer Emma Krieger to learn why focusing on your glutes is important and which exercises are critical for getting the backside you deserve.

Do you think glutes are overlooked? Why do they matter?

Yes, the glutes are constantly overlooked when it comes to working out. We see this trend with the popularity of HIIT classes. Everyone is trying to get their heart rate up and sweat as much as they can, but at what cost? The glutes are responsible for hip extension and posterior pelvic tilt, hip abduction, and hip external rotation. We use them for squatting, sprinting, cutting back and forth, throwing, etc.

If someone does not have fully functioning glutes, the wrong muscles will work to overcompensate, thus still allowing us to perform the movement, but not in the correct way. If you have strong quads, you will use them more — the same thing is true if you have strong glutes. The glutes are an important muscle group because most of your power generated will be derived from them. If your glutes work how they should, you are far less likely to get injured. The glutes simply help the body function better.

How often should people focus specifically on their glutes within their fitness routine?

Everyone’s anatomy is a little different, and you need to find what works for you. For example, not everyone can perform a glute bridge the same way because of hip anatomy. Some people may need their feet further from their body or have their toes and/or knees out more. Others may need to work on maintaining a posterior pelvic tilt, while some may need to learn to engage their abdominals and other muscle groups.

Occasionally I get clients whose glutes aren’t strong enough to hold a body weight bridge. This is where a band can be your best friend. Bands are a great way to really isolate the glutes. I will also have a client go up into a bridge and actively press their knees in so the muscle is forced to perform its action. When I get a beginner, we find their optimal position. Your mind-body connection is the number one thing — if you don’t feel your glutes working, then they probably aren’t. As the connection develops and is mastered, you can add load. Once the connection is solidified, I introduce different methods of strength training.

What does that look like?

Emma is a VIDA Master Trainer at our U Street location.

As for strength training methods, variety will be your best friend. Variety includes volume, load, frequency, upper versus lower glute target areas, lateral work — the list goes on. At the very least, I try to have my clients who go to classes activate their glutes and feel the “pump” for a better mind-body connection.

One of my favorite ways to develop strength is through eccentric contractions. Eccentric contractions occur when the muscle is being lengthened under tension. The longer the muscle is under tension, the more metabolic stress it will go through. This means the muscle will have more muscle damage and will need more time for recovery. For example, during a barbell bridge, I may instruct my client, “Go up fast, pause for two seconds, and come down slowly for five seconds while maintaining tension in your glutes.” Typically after heavy eccentric sessions, I will program in a mandatory rest day. No need to overtrain the muscle — more is not always better.

What’s a good example of a typical glute-focused workout?

Here’s a sample workout you can try:

Barbell Bridges
– 10 reps, 4 rounds
– Pause at the top of the bridge for 10 seconds on the last rep.
– Find your optimal position on the first rep of the first set and work from there.

Deadlifts
– 8 reps, 3 rounds
– Pause at the top of the lift for 2 seconds.
– Weight should be lowered with control.
– You may use a barbell, the trap bar, or kettlebell.
– Do this exercise for feel. Your main compound lift today is your barbell bridge — you are not maxing out.

Deficit Curtsy Lunges
– 12 reps each side
– Use a riser or a 45 lb bumper plate.

Lateral Band Walks
– 50 reps, 4 rounds

Clam Shells
– 30 reps, 3 rounds

Do you have any other trainer tips to share?

1. Make sure you pick a weight where you can feel 85%+ of your glutes working to perform every movement — don’t let your ego get in the way!
2. For lateral band walking, the band may go right above your knees, just under the knees, around the ankles, or across the flat part of your foot.
3. Feel free to use a band above your knees during your barbell bridges and press your knees out while keeping your tailbone tucked in by squeezing your butt, also known a posterior pelvic tilt.

If you have questions or want to use your free VIDAFit consultation to try these moves with Emma, contact her at ekrieger@vidafitness.com.

Apr 16 2018

Getting Back on Track

By: TV Personality & Naturalist David Mizejewski

My last post was a bit of a downer. At three months into this fitness journey, I wasn’t seeing the results that I wanted to see. There are a lot of reasons for that, mostly a massive amount of travel which meant eating out, making it much harder to eat healthily and track my food, and just being away from the VIDA — not to mention my learning curve on how to effectively lose weight and build muscle at the same time. I’ve had some stumbles.

As I said in that post, I’m not giving up. Far from it. In the last two weeks since then, I’ve totally refocused and made some changes to get me back on track. Here’s my “VIDA Fitness Journey Course-Correction” plan:

1. Get in more workouts. On some level it’s just simple math: hours at VIDA translate to results and 2-3 workouts a week has proven to not be enough. Though it’s incredibly difficult with my work travel schedule and three hours of roundtrip commuting to the office each day when I’m actually home in DC, I’ve been able to get in 4-5 workouts in each of the last two weeks.

2. Track my food. Under the advisement of VIDA Registered Dietitian Addie Claire Merletti, I’m back on course to track all of my food using the MyFitnessPal app. I did this for the first two months and mistakenly thought I had a good handle on things like portion control and nutrient balance, and so I stopped tracking. I’ve begun tracking again, with even more militancy. I’m also paying more attention not to just my overall caloric intake, but also to making sure I meet Addie’s recommendations on the balance of protein, fat and carbs. For example, I’m now sure to have a post-workout protein shake and/or bar so I’m getting the right amount of protein and carbs at the right time to help me build and retain muscle.

3. Balance my weight training and cardio. For the first few months working out with VIDA trainer Susie Powell, our sessions were focused on body resistance workouts. We did circuits of every iteration of squats, lunges, push-ups, TRX, crunches, battle ropes, etc. and I saw some initial good results in building muscle, losing body fat and increasing my resting metabolism. Then we graduated up to working with free weights and cables. I was excited about that because I was eager to build even more muscle. However, lifting heavier weights with lower reps results in less cardio during my workouts compared to doing the resistance circuit training and I wasn’t making up that cardio difference. So Susie and I made a new workout plan to mix up the resistance circuit training and the weight training, and for me to get more cardio in when I’m not working out with her.

Guess what? It worked! After not seeing any progress for over a month, in just the last two weeks I’ve been able to turn the ship back in the right direction.

I met with Addie for my latest InBody assessment and I’m thrilled to report that I’ve lost another 4 lbs. of total body fat. That’s 2 lbs. a week, which is double the rate of fat loss than I’ve been able to achieve so far in any other week. I’ve moved down a level of visceral fat as well, which decreases my risk for chronic disease.

If you focus and are disciplined, fitness is achievable. I’m not saying it’s easy, that it’s going to happen overnight, that you’ll get it right immediately, or that I still don’t have a long way to go to reach my goals, but right now I’m just going to celebrate this success and the fact that I’m back on the right track.

Jun 30 2016

Member Profile: Alex Isern!

Alex Isern with trainer Kelly Moyers after some rowing action!

Alex Isern with trainer Kelly Moyers after some rowing action!

Alexandra Isern is one of our veteran Yards members who joined the VIDA family during our pre-sale period, and was one of the first to step foot in our shiny new facility in the Southeast. She quickly became integrated into the VIDA community, attending boot camp with VIDA Master Trainer Kelly Moyers twice a week and immediately noticing the changes her new membership was having on both her mind and body.

As someone who hasn’t always been active, Alex says the key to staying motivated with her workouts has been the constant variety Kelly provides in her classes, and the sense of belonging she’s found here at VIDA.

“I come from a pretty sedentary family and background, but joining VIDA and working with Kelly has kept me interested and motivated to keep coming back every day. I’ve gotten to know all the people here and it’s kind of my home away from home,” says Alex.

Her current regimen is pretty impressive – boot camp twice a week with Kelly, personal training once a week with Kelly, and boxing with fellow VIDA trainer Sam Yousefi twice a week to mix things up. Alex was one of the original boot campers at the Yards, and says she love that Kelly is constantly coming up with creative, fun workouts that she never gets bored with!

“Kelly is great at making sure we never do the same workout twice. Some days we’ll run stairs at the Nats stadium, some days we’ll do intervals around Capitol Hill. She’s great with form and safety, I’ve been coming six days a week for over a year and never had an injury!” says Alex.

Since starting at VIDA, Alex has lost over 25 lbs, gotten remarkably stronger, and has more energy than she ever has before. Her resting heart rate has also gone down drastically and her form has improved significantly.

Showing off that boot camp strength in some partner exercises!

“I’ve seen huge improvements in all her movements, her push-ups especially! Her range of motion has gotten so much better and she went from 2-3 days a week to six a week in no time at all. Her dedication is very inspiring,” says her trainer, Kelly Moyers.

Alex stresses that it wasn’t easy starting out, but she’s so glad she did.

“I’m 50 years old and after my first boot camp class I thought I was going to throw up! But I kept coming back because I really liked Kelly’s style, and it started getting better each time,” she says.

Aside from her great training rapport with Kelly, Alex says the VIDA environment is exactly what she’s always been looking for in a gym. She comes every day after work, gets her hair cut at Bang Salon, and says she showers more at VIDA than at home!

“The facilities are so beautiful and I love the demographic here. Not everyone is young and ripped, but everyone is friendly and feels like family!” she says.

Aug 6 2015

Families Who Sweat Together, Stay Together!

It’s easy to spot friends working out together at VIDA. Usually a group of friends, couples or coworkers will grab a gym partner for their workouts (which is scientifically proven to be more effective than working out alone!) While VIDA is definitely a place to catch up with your besties while you sweat, it’s not as common to see parents getting a workout in with their children. However, Betsy & Matt McCrary are doing just that – making their fitness goals a family affair!

Betsy McCrary (59) and her son, Matt McCrary (26) are both active members at U Street.  They hit the gym together multiple times a week and say that sharing a passion for fitness has strengthened their bond and gives them something fun to do together.

Betsy&Matt

While their workouts differ from each others, both Betsy and Matt have had great success reaching their fitness goals at VIDA. Betsy joined Metropole last year after moving to DC from Texas with her husband, and works with assisting the homeless through mission and advocacy work.

She admits that she was a member of another gym first, but that she was looking for a change of pace, more modern equipment and better facilities. She says the first time she walked into a VIDA she was sold!

“It’s a very different feel here. The membership people have a great energy and the front desk always greets you and encourages you. And the personal training has been a night and day difference,’ she says.

Betsy started visiting U Street and began inquiring about personal training a few months after starting her membership. She sought out recommendations from other members about different trainers and their styles and was told that Jesse Johnson might be a great fit for her. As it turns out, they were right!

“I sought Jesse out and kind of watched his training style with other clients for awhile. I decided to go for it and bought a 12-pack, and now he is by far my favorite trainer I’ve ever had!” says Betsy.

Betsy trains once a week with Jesse and follows his workout plans for the remaining days of the week. She does a combination of weights and cardio, and says she’s noticed a huge difference in her fitness levels so far.

Betsy&Matt

Betsy & Matt showing off all their hard work!

“I feel so much stronger now – my core strength was non-existent before but I have some now. Jesse does a great job of explaining the exercises and is always very positive. I learned that it’s not all about cardio, weights are important too! My legs feel stronger, and my arms are much more toned,” she says.

Betsy explains that her son, Matt, has always been athletic and physically fit and usually gives her advice for what to look for in a gym, trainer, etc.  Matt is currently working towards his phD in Biomedical Sciences at the University of Sydney in Australia, but was home on break for a few months this summer. When Betsy learned about Alexx Griffin’s outdoor boot camp in the mornings, she knew it would be the perfect class for Matt.

“I’ve never really been a class person before, but she kept telling me that I would love it so I decided to try it out. Now I’m finishing my third round of 6-week sessions and I love it,” says Matt.

As someone who has always played sports and is used to tough conditioning, Matt says that Alexx’s classes are just the right kind of difficult.

“They’re hard but in an intelligent way, not in a way that doesn’t make sense. I love the variety in exercises and how each class is different. And it’s nice not having to come up with the workouts myself,” he explains.

Matt was also coming back from a knee injury about a year ago, and says thanks to Alexx’s boot camp and a cleaner diet he’s cut 3% body fat and finally feels back to his full fitness level. It’s also been a great way for him to spend time with his mom before heading back to Australia!

Alexx&Matt

After a sweaty boot camp session!

“We’ve always been close, and fitness is a great thing to have in common. I’ve always designed workouts for her so it’s been fun getting to go together and talk about our workouts later,” he says.

Betsy agrees, and says she loves being able to ask her son questions about her workouts or turn to him for advice. She stresses the importance of staying active as an adult and says she can’t imagine not working out regularly.

“It’s a great stress reliever for me and it keeps my mind alert. It also really helps with posture and balance as you get older – I notice myself standing up straighter and being more body-conscious in general,” says Betsy.

She also shares that while VIDA is commonly thought of as a gym geared towards young people; she has felt totally welcome here from day one.

“At first I thought I would feel older than everyone else, but the members and staff are all so welcoming and have such an amazing energy. I immediately felt right at home!” she says.

Matt has since left us to continue his phD program in Sydney, but looks forward to picking up where he left off in boot camp when he next returns. Betsy plans to continue her regular workouts and PT sessions with Jesse, so that she’ll be in even better shape for her son’s return!

Jun 24 2015

Local Celeb Paul Wharton Gets Fit With VIDA!

By: Elise Chretien

City Vista members may have noticed a new bubbly personality around the gym lately – TV personality and fashionista Paul Wharton! Real Housewives of DC fans will recognize Paul from his appearances on the 2010 show, plus he currently hosts Paul Wharton Style – a talk show on DCW50 covering all the latest fashion, beauty, style and entertainment trends in the DC area.

As you can imagine, Paul’s got a pretty packed social calendar. We all know how tough it can be to schedule workouts around long days at work, social events, and in Paul’s case – shooting television shows. For a long time, Paul had not been following any type of exercise or healthy eating routine and was becoming increasingly unhappy with his body. He knew that in order to start feeling better he needed to make a change, which lead him to VIDA Fitness!

After meeting with our personal training department and discussing his goals in depth, Paul started a 3x a week training program with City Vista trainer Justin Bucko complimented by nutrition sessions with VIDA RD Cat Taylor at the end of last month. Paul has just entered his 4th week of training, and says that he’s already feeling more energetic and healthier!

Paul & Justin

Paul with VIDA Trainer Justin Bucko after another sweaty workout session!

“I’ve been carrying extra weight around my stomach forever and I hated wearing tight shirts. I never thought that I would be able to stick to a fitness program, and I was actually considering liposuction as my only option. That’s why I’m so happy to be seeing progress already!” he explains.

Paul’s schedule consists of strength training with Justin three times a week, and cardio as his homework for the other two days (something he’s working on getting better about.) He has already lost 3 lbs of body fat and decreased his body fat percentage by a whole percent!

At four weeks in, Paul says he’s never had this much energy before and loves the changes he’s noticing in his body.

“I was in the Pride parade last weekend and was able to run and jump through the entire thing! My friends said they’ve never seen me this active before. I used to always just drive places but now I’m focusing on walking more and thinking about doing Capital Bikeshare too. It feels so freeing to walk through the city!”

Paul credits his training sessions with Justin to his progress so far, since he says he knows Justin pushes him in ways he wouldn’t be able to on his own.

“He’s always switching it up on me – just when I think something’s getting easy he changes the exercise or makes me add more weight. It really speaks to how valuable having a personal trainer is because I know if I was coming by myself I’d just do the same things over and over and be wasting my time,” he says.

Paul has also been focusing on making healthier choices in the kitchen; something that everyone with a hectic schedule knows can be difficult. But for someone who knows all about makeovers, he knew that his diet was the biggest thing that needed a transformation.

“Nutrition has been the hardest part for me.  When I get home I’m so exhausted, but I’ve been committed to making healthier choices. For instance going out to eat after Pride I ordered a salad with grilled chicken instead of a greasy sandwich,” says Paul.

Sitting down with Cat for his nutrition consult showed him exactly how many calories he needs to stay under in a day, and what portion of those can come from alcohol (300.) He says he isn’t always perfect with sticking to the calorie restrictions, but he is making a conscious effort to be mindful of what he’s putting in his body.

“The other day I wanted Chipotle so bad but I forced myself to go to Sweetgreen instead, and it was actually delicious and satisfied my craving. It’s all about the little choices that add up,” he says.

Paul says he appreciates all the support he has received from his VIDA team and that the people here have made all the difference for him thus far.

“You know I’ve been to many gyms where you’re just nameless when you walk in and they don’t make any effort to get to know you. Everyone here has been so encouraging and has helped pull me through. To be honest without my team here I probably would have quit by now,” he says with a laugh.

We are certainly glad he hasn’t quit on us yet, and we’re so excited to see his continued progress throughout the summer!

“I feel stronger and more confident every day but I know I’m a work in progress. By the end of the summer I just want to be able to take my shirt off by the pool!” he adds enthusiastically.

We have no doubt that you’ll get there Paul, keep up the awesome work!

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