Summer is here!

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FitCrush is thrilled to introduce new options for monthly memberships – just in time for summer vacation! With rates starting as low as $59/month, you can choose a level that suits your fitness needs and change levels at any time as your schedule changes. Join now for more ways than ever to crush it!

bigstock--186650764.jpgDiamond Membership – Unlimited classes – bring a guest to every class – $130/month

Sapphire Membership – 8 classes per month – $10 per additional class – $89/month

Onyx Membership – 4 classes per month – $12 per additional class – $59/month

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Want to Challenge Yourself This Summer?

Wondering how you’re going to stay accountable to yourself over the temptations of summer? We have a plan!

Instead of a traditional HealthCrush Challenge, we will be doing a virtual challenge for the summer. We will have a Facebook group and offer weigh-ins to help keep you on track throughout the summer months.

Join our Facebook group to gain group support and we will post articles, tips, and more at-home workouts so you can have options when you’re traveling.

Weigh-ins will be available weekly (or on whatever schedule you prefer), for $5 per weigh-in. Their is no additional cost for the Challenge for current members. If you continue a membership for the summer, you will automatically be put into the Facebook group, and it’s your choice how often you want to weigh in.

If you’re new to FitCrush and the HealthCrush program, email info@fitcrushstudio.com to set up a nutrition consultation for $49 and join our challenge!

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Transformation – Rebecca

All my life I’ve struggled with my weight. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve never been obese, or even that over weight. My struggle was a mental one. I was never skinny enough, and somewhere in my life I had begun to equate my fat content with self worth, so I was never good enough. Not by the standards I had set for myself, which, to be honest, were deeply influenced by the media’s unhealthy standard of beauty. Eventually I developed an eating disorder. My relationship with food was completely destroyed.

After several years, I realized how destructive I was being toward my body, and began working toward recovery. I was able to stop a lot of the destructive behaviors, but my negative mentality remained, and still, despite my best efforts not to, I linked my happiness to my weight.

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Elizabeth has made me feel like Wonder Woman!

A few months ago, I moved to the DC area. This meant having to find a new house, doctor, dentist, and of course, gym. I went on Groupon to see if there were any discounts in the area, and that is where I saw FitCrushDC. I had never done fitness classes before, and I thought it might be fun to try. Little did I know these classes came with the most amazing instructor and coach, Elizabeth. As part of my Groupon, I could also meet with her once a week to discuss my goals, needs, and progress. At our first meeting I opened up to her about my issues with disorder eating, and to my surprise, she had a lot of experience working with people like me. When we sat down to develop a workout and excursive plan for me, we also worked on how I could learn how to dress my own mental blocks when it came to health and food.

It’s now been almost four months, and I yes, I’ve slimed down and toned up, but the thing that is the biggest change for me is the support I’ve gained as I work toward having a better mental health about myself. I feel more confident and relaxed. Elizabeth is the most encouraging person, and she always knows how to help me toward my overall goal, which is living a well balanced, happy life. I recommend FitCrushDC to everyone, but especially to those who feel like their relationship with their own body has become lacking. I wish I had had this in my life when I was a teenager, because I honestly believe it would have saved me lots of pain and heartache by laying a foundation of good habits and a good attitude toward myself.