I hope you all are as pumped about summer as I am! While we celebrated the holiday intimately with family, it was quite festive. We spent an evening in Passyunk where we ordered a delicious spread from one our family favorites, Bing Bing Dim Sum. (Yum Yum!) I have zero regrets, but I was blown away by […]

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Lizzie DellaVecchia has been dealing with a painful foot ailment for a looong time. She decided to take advantage of this home hiatus to get OFF her foot and let it heal. (Thank goodness!!)Though it’s still in a cast, she recently joined Mojo Online and has created a whole new way to keep her workouts going… […]

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We have a number of Mojo friends and family who are presently fighting COVID and I know of at least one friend who has lost a loved one in their battle. Sending prayers of strength you get through this quickly and safely! We also have a number of soldiers in the form of health care providers in our community. Words cannot […]

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I hope this note finds you and your families well and holding steady. I want to thank so many of you who have touched base and kind enough to share personal stories of strength and inspiration within our Mojo community. While this is such an unsettling time, there is comfort in knowing that we’re ALL in the same boat. And while we […]

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A Suggestion… In this new era of social-distancing, our lives are more sedentary and (likely) more stressful. I want you to consider inserting shorter and more frequent doses of vigorous exercise into your week. Every day, or every other day – depending on your intensity level. You will boost your immunity levels and I promise you will feel so much better – […]

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As a seasoned fitness instructor, (in more ways than one!) my #1 vote for the most important – and most underestimated – exercise tool is your SNEAKERS. You might be thinking, “Duh, I WEAR sneakers.” Of all the injuries in our community over the years, sneakers past their “HIIT” expiration date have been the leading culprit. Unfortunately, a surprising number of people treat sneakers like like […]

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Like many of you, I’m feeling anxious about these crazy times. The idea of not having this ingrained healthy habit of LIVE classes to keep my brain grounded is a bummer. Two weeks (or more) is a long time! The best piece of advice I am seeing from health experts is this: Keep a sense of healthy structure in your life. […]

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With spring in the air, I am reminded of the story, “Alice in Wonderland”. Even as an adult, I never liked it. The characters were all over the place, no one was in charge. Nothing was as it should be – which made me feel uneasy. (Kinda like the rabbit hole we are all in now, LOL) You have to admit, Alice […]

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At the risk of being a party pooper, I’d like to say something out loud that I’ve not really heard said… Because our lives have been turned upside down and we are living outside-in, we’ve been generally given the “ok” to press the pause button and relax the rules/deadlines a little. Our hair treatments can wait a few weeks (Ugh!) Our tax return can […]

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40% of what we do every day isn’t a decision — it’s a habit. Research from Duke University shows that If we can learn to control a few of our naughtier behaviors, we can change our lives. Easier said than done? According to Charles Duhigg’s, author of “The Power of Habit”, the secret to developing healthier and happier habits is: Do Less. “You don’t need to overhaul your […]

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