Thursday, May 25, 2017

3 Reasons Why You Need to Try Trillfit

Disclosure: I received a complimentary Trillfit class; all opinions expressed are my own.

The workout struggle is real ya'll and I'm determined to find a way to get back on track since we moved. When I first learned about the local Boston craze called Trillfit I was curious if it'd be good fit for me. Easy answer? 

It was!

Here are 3 reasons why I think you need to try Trillfit ASAP...

1) BOOTY #makeitclap

I took the Sunday morning 9:30 traditional Trillfit class and it was fast-paced, but approachable. I totally blanked when planning my trek downtown and should've taken the train, but once I made my way up the stairs to the studio (about 10 minutes late!) the infectious beat drew me in, and I was amazed to witness a diverse group of about 20 ladies led by the energetic instructor Melisa Valdez dancing, sweating and booty shaking. The moves could legit take you straight to the club! I jumped right and and got to werk. 

Here's a clip of their awesome Brunch + Burn even earlier this year:

2) The Ambiance

So much sunlight!
Hosted in a sunlit studio with brick walks and oversized windows near Boston Common, it's the perfect size that it's not overwhelming and the space is uplifting. The room temperature and music volume is perfect and the entire group of women was so supportive - I've never seen so many people smile and laugh through a workout! 

3) Support Women-Run Small Biz

Trillfit was founded by Heather C. White in 2015 and has taken off topping Boston's best lists for workouts each year. I asked Heather about plans to expand and include childcare, and it's definitely something that's up for consideration. For now the Sunday morning class works great if you're looking for an energetic way to end your weekend and I find that it's a fun way to mix up your regular workout routine. 

Visit the Trillfit website to see their full class schedule as well as follow on Facebook to stay on top of their promotions (right now 1st timers only pay $22!)

How do you keep your workouts fresh?