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The Dailey Method Newport Beach

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The Dailey Method Newport Beach

The Dailey Method, a unique barre studio specializing in ballet barre work, core conditioning, muscle strengthening and yoga is excited to announce the grand opening of the first location in Orange County, The Dailey Method Newport Beach.

One of my old (I mean former) high school friends from San Diego recently emailed me to introduce me to the owner. She wrote to me with such passion, I had to share:

taryn “I wanted to let you know about a new exercise studio opening in Newport Beach.

It is called The Dailey Method and the owner, Taryn Fischermann, has been an instructor at the studio where I take classes here in San Diego.

She is not only a total sweetheart, but a fantastic instructor!!

I have been taking Dailey Method classes for the past two years and I love it!!

I have seen great results and feel stronger than I’ve ever been.

I tried out several barre studios before landing at the Dailey Method.  One of the distinguishing characteristics is that they offer onsite childcare!  It has been a lifesaver for me. The community of women is fantastic as well.  Very supportive and encouraging…” 

What is The Dailey Method?

The Dailey Method is a one-hour barre workout that combines elements of ballet, Pilates and yoga. It was founded 13 years ago by Jill Dailey, a fitness enthusiastic with a degree in kinesiology. The workouts focus on proper alignment, small range of motion exercises with high repetitions to build muscle and stretching to shape and lean out the muscles.

In short, the types of exercises that build beautiful dancer bodies!

Try a Class for Free This Week

Starting tomorrow, January 8th through January 14th, Tiny Oranges readers can try any class for free at The Dailey Method Newport Beach. To sign up, click here, set up a profile with your name and email address, click your class of choice, add the promo code “TinyOranges” and you will be registered to attend the class (subject to availability.)

Grand Opening Party & Free Classes All Weekend 

There will be a grand opening party at The Dailey Method Newport Beach on Saturday, January 11th at 12p. At the event, you can enjoy food, drinks, check out the studio and onsite childcare room. You can also sign up to try out a class for free this weekend! But spots are filling up quickly, I think Saturday’s are almost full, but there are spots on Sunday. Again, click here to register for a free class.

Raffle Prizes

Speaking of these free classes, anyone who takes a free class from the 8th – 12th will be entered into a raffle to win prizes from local sponsors including Spa Gregories and Wild Strawberry Cafe.

Grand Opening Special 

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Now through January 15th, for only $125, you can purchase 6 weeks of unlimited classes.

Onsite Childcare

Now the really, really, really good news. The Dailey Method Newport Beach offers onsite childcare in an adjacent room for only $5/child. Kids have to be a minimum of 8 weeks old. Prior registration is required to sign up your kids for childcare; you can do so online.

I love a fitness studio that offers childcare. Moms need that time to focus on themselves and their fitness, and I love that The Dailey Method supports us OC mommies!

For more information visit:

www.TheDaileyMethod.com/NewportBeach

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Surf’s Up

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Let’s go surfin’ now, everybody’s learning how…at the new SURFSET Fitness classes at Spa Montage! Cowabunga dude!

Ok, enough with the surf phrases. But seriously, the new fitness craze, first seen on Shark Tank has officially launched this month with Spa Montage serving as the exclusive destination to experience SURFSET Fitness classes in Orange County.

Susanne and I had the opportunity to take a class recently and I had NO idea what to expect. But fitness is a passion of mine, so I love mixing up my workouts and trying new things.

The SURFSET fitness classes take place on a custom kinetic surfboard balanced on exercise balls and tethered down, so, when standing on it, you have to pretty much use every muscle to stabilize, especially in your core. When I took my first step up, I wasn’t sure I was going to be able to stay on the board! But after we got into the hang (10) of it, balancing got “easier” so we could focus on the moves while grooving to surf tunes.

A single session can burn anywhere from 500 – 900 calories in only 45 minutes. By using your core to balance on the board, you are able to build core strength, burn fat and build lean muscle. Just imagine planking on the board. Takes planking to a whole new level.

The following packages and offers are available now through February 28th at special introductory prices. Final pricing for the remainder of 2014 is still to be determined. If you know anyone who loves doing different fitness classes, this would make a great Christmas gift!

SURFSET Private Training Sessions: 

Single Sessions: $100
Weekend Warrior (3 sessions): $260
Hang 10 (10 sessions): $650

**The above can be private sessions or you may combine your sessions with any of the SURFSET group classes offered.  Each session/class comes with spa access for the day that includes spa facilities, additional wellness classes, spa pool, and fitness center.

SURFSET Group Classes:

“Drop Ins”: $20 (for those guests who would like to take a class only.  No locker or amenity usage.  Parking not included.)

Single Group Class with Spa Access: $75 (includes parking validation and all day spa access)

Let me tell you what an amazing deal the single group price is at $75! You see, once you step foot into Spa Montage Laguna Beach, you are not going to want to leave. Trust me.

The $75 includes access to the spa for the ENTIRE DAY. This means you can take advantage of the oceanfront spa pool, steam, jacquzzi, sauna, cold plunge, relaxation room, the works.  People would pay $75 for that ALONE, so to get to do one of the SURFSET fitness classes is like a super cool bonus! Like I said, amazing holiday gift. Click here to purchase a Montage Gift Card.

Or, plan a spa day with a bunch of girlfriends to do one of the SURFSET Fitness Classes at Spa Montage. You will get such a kick out of it, and a great workout at the same time!

[Disclosure: We received a complimentary class.]

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Get in the Orange

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Orangetheory Newport Beach is a unique fitness studio nestled in the Westcliff Plaza at the corner of Irvine Ave. and Westcliff Dr. in Newport, one of my regular shopping destinations.

After their Grand Opening early this year, I was intrigued by this juicy new workout, because of course, we’ve got a citrus bond going on, but beyond my “orange” obsession, I kept hearing people around town raving about this one-of-a-kind workout.

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You gotta try it mamas. Seriously, after my first workout, I was hooked.

First, a little about the physiological theory behind the workout.

The workout is based on what is known as the “Excess Post-Exercise Oxygen Consumption” or EPOC theory, which is the exercise “after burn” effect. In this case, the after burn doesn’t mean sore muscles (although those are a common side effect!) but this kind of after burn means an increase to your metabolism and calories burned 24-36 hours AFTER you workout.

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How is the after burn created? 

Everyone is given a heart rate monitor and POD so you can track your 5 Zone Interval training sessions in the Orange 60 one hour workout.

All the names and heart rate percentages are displayed on a big screen during the hour so you can see exactly how hard you are working.

If you exceed 84% of your maximum heart rate –  you “Get in the Orange” – the sweet spot!

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To get you into your sweet spot, there are multiple intervals designed to produce 12 – 20 minutes of training within the Orange Zone, to create that after burn effect.

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Two Great Postnatal Exercises

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Today Erica from Knocked-Up Fitness is sharing two effective full body postnatal exercises to help jumpstart your workout routine after baby arrives (of course with your doctor’s blessing!) In case you missed it, last week Erica shared easy tips on How to Get in Shape Quick After Baby.

Here are two of her favorite exercises, with instructions, directly from her Prenatal and After Baby DVD’s, written by Erica Ziel.

Squats with Rotation 

This is a great pregnancy exercise but I LOVE it for everyone, especially after baby. It’s a great way to turn on your glutes, core, plus a little arm work if you add some light weights or an exercise ball. I use this as a warm-up exercise for many of my clients.

1. Stand in a wider than shoulder stance with your legs with feet rotated slightly out.

2. Go into a deep squat.

3. As you stand up out of your squat, rotate to your right pivoting your leg foot. Think about lifting and rotating through your center, working your core muscles. Go back to your center deep squat then repeat on your other side.

Do 20-30 reps

Lunge with Arms

This is another one of my favorites because it works your entire body. Start slowly as you move through these lunges, and yes, even your abs will working to help with your balance.

1. Start standing on your left leg, keeping your knee softly bent the entire time, with arms behind your body, triceps squeezed.

2. Balance and hold your right leg up (if that’s too hard keep your right toe lightly touching the ground to help with your balance).

3. As you lunge back with your right leg reach your arms up to at least shoulder height and work your way up towards getting your arms to your ears.

Do 10-20 reps on one side, then switch.

Try even just doing these 2 exercises back to back 1-4 times a day and see how you feel.

Tips for doing squats and lunges more effectively:

1. Keep most of your weight in your heels.

2. Stick your butt back so you’re working your gluts and not overworking your quads.

3. Think about gently drawing your shoulders down away from your ears, even when you’re lifting your arms up.

4. Kegel it up the entire time, plus scoop your belly in and up when you exercise.

Thanks Erica for sharing these great postnatal exercises. If you have any questions for Erica, please feel free to comment below!

[Disclosure: Knocked-Up Fitness is a Tiny Oranges Sponsor.]

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How to get in shape (quick) after baby

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This guest post on how to get in shape quick after baby is by my friend and Tiny Oranges Sponsor, Erica Ziel of Knocked-Up Fitness.

Last month we posted on our Facebook page to see what moms wanted to know from Erica about pre or postnatal fitness (her expertise) and it  was no surprise many moms tips on how to get back into shape quickly after baby.

Here is her expert advice. Stay tuned for a follow up post next week with a few of her favorite exercises. You will also want to check out her at home After Baby 2 DVD Workout Set.

How to Get in Shape Quick After Baby

by Erica Ziel, Knocked-Up Fitness

I love the inspiration moms have for getting into shape quickly after baby but there are so many factors that can greatly affect how long it takes for you to accomplish this.

First, stop comparing yourself to the celebrities out there who are back “in shape” within the first 3 weeks!

If you had a personal chef to cook for you and a trainer who made you workout 2 hours a day then maybe just maybe you could do that quickly….BUT…time for a reality check.

As a new mom your body is going through so much! Did you notice that it took you 9 full months to take on your beautiful pregnant body? I hate to break it too you but it’s not coming off in 3 weeks.

Plus after each pregnancy it usually takes your body longer to recover. Your body needs to heal from delivery. Take this time to enjoy those first weeks with your baby and getting the hang of nursing if you are. Here are a couple things you can start doing right away…

After Giving Birth

KEGELS.  So important! Start doing them within the first 24 hours of delivery (even if you had a c-section.) Then, start walking, slowly.

Walking is a great time to bond with your baby, by baby wearing. Find a wrap or baby carrier to strap your baby to you and walk. I loved my Moby wraps for all 3 of mine, and you can place newborns in them, just be sure you have them positioned correctly.

From there, you really need to wait until your doctor has cleared you to do more. When that time comes follow my tips below to help speed up the process.

7 Tips for Getting in Shape Quick After Baby

1. Start where you left off working out in your 3rd trimester of pregnancy.

2. Avoid crunches in the beginning. Wait until you know your abdominal connection is back. This usually takes longer with each pregnancy. A bellyband can really help you re-connect with your abs after you’re back to working out. Use it to help you focus on your abs working and reconnecting rather then as a support.

3. Focus on full body exercises rather then smaller areas of your body. You just need to get moving and working your entire body. Plus you’ll burn more calories with full body exercises in a shorter amount of time.

4. Squeeze in shorter workouts during your day, this really is an effective way to boost up your metabolism. Every time you exert energy, even 10 minutes, you’ve revved up your metabolism.

5. Be sure you are eating healthy, especially when nursing, your baby really is eating what you are. Use that as extra motivation to clean up your eating even more.

6. Avoid sugar as much as possible, I’m not saying completely. Breast milk is really sweet so you do need carbohydrates to really support your breast milk production. Notice I said “carbohydrates” and not “sugar”. Do the best you can to consume the majority of your carbohydrates from fruits and vegetables, rather then breads and sugars.

7. Drink lots and lots of water. This in important for everyone. Most don’t drink enough, so to help with this try keeping a water bottle with you all the time. If you’re nursing be sure you drink at least 1-2 cups every time you sit down to feed your little one.

Thanks Erica!

I will do a post next week with a few of Erica’s favorite exercises.
Make sure to check out her newly released After Baby 2 DVD workout videos. They are amazing – and exercises range from beginner to intermediate so you can do them at your own pace.

[Disclosure: Knocked-Up Fitness is a Tiny Oranges Sponsor]

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