Tag Archive: fitness


Hi all! I guess this semester has been busier than I intended! I hope all has been well 💪🏾. Here’s a workout I did yesterday and whew, we all felt it! Enjoy 🙌🏾:

Be your own damn #wcw! 

Try this #workoutwednesday circuit and watch your inner hot, badass bitch emerge 💪🏾👙

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Each exercise is 10 reps.

Use weights on the exercises where you feel you can add them.

REPEAT ENTIRE CIRCUIT 10 TIMES. 

The only break you get is 10-15 seconds max at the close of the set. Aim for completing the entire workout in 30-45 mins. #Boom Let me know how it goes below!

#fitfam #fitness #themixtechnique #themixtechnique® #LesaMGreen #CPT #ERYT ***Try at own risk, modify if necessary for your limitations.

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Workouts: Tabata Magic✨

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Come train with me!

Come train with me everywhere 😂🙌🏾#SouthwesternCollege

#GrossmontCollege

#CultureShockDanceCenter

#TheMIXTechnique

#LesaMGreen

#Auditions for the Grossmont Faculty #Dance Concert are this Friday 1/29, starting with my auditions (#ContemporaryJazz) at 2pm ✨

Special thanks to @rnmedinaphoto for this capture 💛

📷: @rnm_photography_sd

 

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Register for my classes at Grossmont College and Southwestern College! 

Grossmont starts 1/25!

Southwestern starts 2/1!

I’ll be teaching Yoga, Bodysculpting, Aerobic Dance and Jazz. 

Email me for more details: info@themixtechnique.com 

  

  
The MIX Technique has a new home! I am happy to announce that starting Saturday 2/13/16, The MIX Technique will be in residence at Aerial Revolution.
I started studying at Aerial Revolution last year and loved the energy. Studio owner, Jessica Flores, is a beautiful spirit and I am happy to be working with her.

Their dance room space is being renovated in the next few weeks so classes will begin on 2/13 in the lovely, new space.

Once I receive feedback from my clients regarding additional days and times, I will add on as I see fit. Until then, I am starting with Saturday mornings 🙂  

All client registrations and class enrollment will continue to take place via our MINDBODY site (link on website). 

Any inquiries? Please continue to direct them to me: info@TheMIXTechnique.com or The MIX Technique business line: 619-643-2094 and I will get back to you as soon as I can. 

Find us at Aerial Revolution: 5370 Napa St. San Diego, CA 92110. Saturdays 9:30-10:30am! First class begins 2/13/16. Register online now!
Single class rate: $15

Class packs available on MINDBODY.

Check us out, we’re in the MINDBODY app too! (Just search “MIX” in San Diego).

Push Yourself

Sometimes people stick to what is comfortable because trying something new can be scary. Push yourself: I try to live in this zone. At the end of the day, I don’t want to look back and think, “Wow, today I was so comfortable and everything felt the same”. 

Boo. No thanks.

At the end of the day, I want to feel challenged, pushed and as though I learned something new-about my abilities, myself or a new outlook. 

Cross train so that you are ready for anything: Zombies, bad guys or simply…life. When we are physically equipped to handle stress and the ability to move the body (in a healthy, strong way) we feel tougher and can handle more! Why wouldn’t you want that?! 🤔

So, gym time is not just gym time. It’s YOU time…Meditation time…goal setting time…stress relieving time. 

Go. Push yourself. 

  

Workout Wednesday 11/25/15

Make sure you are finding time to meditate, workout, stretch and rest. It’s a balancing act, but once you’ve found your groove, you will be unstoppable. Keep going until then…You got this!  

 

Sometimes you just have to start. 

And take it from there. 

  

You. Will. Feel. This. 😂

Try it on for size…the first set of each exercise is 90 seconds, take a 30 second rest, and then repeat the same exercise for 60 seconds. Move through the entire series and repeat the full set 2-3 times! 

Props needed: Jump rope, Body Bar (for the BB JJ: BB jumping jacks), mat, and free weights for lunges and squats (*optional, for badasses). 

   

Workout Wednesdays 10/21/15

Follow the chart, according to Bruce Lee, on whether or not you should be practicing right now 💪🏽 He’s one of my favorites.