Summer Fit Tips for Adults

It can be difficult to remain motivated throughout the year, especially during summer when we’re all excited about taking much needed vacation time. Keep your goals on track during the summer by following these simple tips.

1. Eat sensibly

When working on your fitness goals, your diet plays a large part in your success. After spending hours working on a skill, give your body what it needs — healthy, balanced meals. It’s simple, eat right and your body will thank you. Take advantage of all the fruit in season in the summer! 

2. Drink water — duh!

Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate! There are differing opinions on how much water you should consume daily, but the key is to listen to your body. Read up on the following advice.

3. Move a lot

Find ways to move every day — whether it’s taking the stairs or walking an extra block with your dog in the morning.

Our coaches are always designing new games and drills to create challenging workouts. We have a number of classes ranging from beginner to advanced from high-impact to more low-impact movement. Remember we’re on ClassPass, so you can try out a few classes to find your favorite!

Here’s how to get the most from your AcroSports classes:

  • Listen to past injuries. Before class begins let your coach know about any prior injuries, they will tailor drills to your needs and may recommend specific exercises to work on at home.

  • Set specific goals and write them down. Tell your coach what you want to achieve by the end of the month and they will help design drills to accomplish your goals. Most conditioning drills that are done in class can be adapted to your home workout.

  • Work on building your core. A stronger core will lead to better results. 

Rachel’s adult conditioning class has been taking advantage of the weather and having class in the Kezar stadium.

Rachel’s adult conditioning class has been taking advantage of the weather and having class in the Kezar stadium.

4. Sleep well

Let your body recover by getting quality sleep. Create a better sleep environment for you and your family.