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To keep our community safe, we've created online workouts and playgroups to keep you (and your littles) active at home. Check out our daily schedule HERE. We can't wait to "see" you for a workout soon!

Welcome to FIT4MOM Avon-Westlake, OH

FIT4MOM is the nation’s leading prenatal and postnatal fitness program, providing fitness classes and a network of moms to support every stage of motherhood. From pregnancy, through postpartum and beyond, our fitness and wellness programs help make moms strong in body, mind, and spirit.

Our Classes

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Stroller Strides® is a functional, total-body conditioning workout designed for moms with kids in tow. Each 60-minute workout is comprised of strength training, cardio and core restoration, all while entertaining the little ones with songs, activities and fun! Each Stroller Strides instructor is skilled to meet you where you are mentally & physically. You’ll leave class feeling connected, successful & energized. No more mama guilt! This class is all about self-care in a supportive and encouraging environment.

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Body Well is about the journey, meeting you where you are & challenging you to grow. This 8-week program includes small group fitness coaching, nutritional guidance, recipes + meal planners, community-based workouts, and weekly challenges to help you manage stress and sleep better. Body Well will focus on improving your physical and mental well-being with a community of mamas to support you every step of the way.

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Run Club +®

Take your running to the next level with our 8 week guided training program. Whether you’re training for a specific running goal (5K, 10K, or a half marathon) or simply want the support and structure of a run-training program, we provide at-home and in-person opportunities to train, learn, and improve. Included in the 8 weeks are tips for getting started, detailed training plans, as well as nutrition tips for fueling during training. Each week, you’ll receive email support, accountability and progress check ins from your Run Club Coach, PLUS you'll have the opportunity to run with other local Moms once a week - at a safe social distance.

You'll cap off the 8 weeks by completing either virtual race or in person race with your coach and other Run Club mamas by your side.

Run Club+ is great for the mama who is just starting out on her running journey, the mama who is ready to get back into running postpartum, and the experienced running mama who would love the support and accountability of a team. No matter the stage of your running journey, our Run Club + Coach is there to get you across the finish line and we can't wait to run with you!

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When will we see you this week?! Spring Break is over (one step closer to summer!) so with the big kids back in school, we have a playdate set up. We will meet Tuesday at the Westlake Rec near the playground - weather permitting. All are welcome. If you need a good workout with kids in tow, join us MWF at Market Square in Crocker Park. If it rains, we are covered! See you this week!

Happy World Physical Activity Day! Did you miss it?! Don’t worry - us too! Thanks American Council on Exercise - ACE for the reminder! But tomorrow is another day and every step counts. Meet us for Stroller Strides at Market Square at Crocker Park at 9:30 am. Stick around after for a chance for your kids to get some movement too! We have lots of Kid Friendly Fitness equipment for our Fit Kids Play Group! Register here Avon-westlake.FIT4MOM.com/schedule Want to learn more about World Physical Activity Day? Click here 👉http://ow.ly/qo4d50Ei3rL

April is African American Women's Fitness Month. Today we want to recognize just some of the African American female athletes who forever made history in their sport. Serena Williams: @serenawilliams was named America’s Greatest Athlete by The New Yorker and media often refer to her as the “Queen of the Court.” Winner of 6 U.S. Opens and 5 Wimbledons. Ranked her World No. 1 in singles on six separate occasions by the Women's Tennis Association between 2002 and 2013. Most recently, she earned her 20th Grand Slam title at the French Open. Laila Ali: @thereallailaali had an undefeated record of 24 of 24 matches won including 21 knockouts, Laila Ali has made the alleged insult “fight like a girl” into a bona fide badge of honor. She is committed to giving back to her community and wrote a motivational book called “Reach! Finding Strength, Spirit, and Personal Power” that encourages girls to pursue their goals. Alice Coachman: First Black woman to win an Olympic gold medal. Specializing in the high jump, she certainly leaped over all the racism thrown her way. Each year between 1939 and 1948, she won a national championship award. In 1948, she was the only American woman to bring home an Olympic gold medal in athletics. Sheryl Swoopes: @airswoopes22 is often called the “female Michael Jordan”, she was the first player signed to the WNBA and has won three Olympic gold medals. Swoopes is a three-time WNBA MVP, and remains on every top WNBA player list ever made. She scored 955 points in the 1992–93 season alone. Dominique Dawes: @daweser is a phenomenal gymnast, Dawes was a 10-year member of the U.S. national gymnastics team and member of the gold-winning 1996 Olympic team in Atlanta. She’s also the first Black woman to win an individual Olympic medal in artistic gymnastics. Between 2004 and 2006, Dawes served as president of the Women’s Sports Federation and in 2010. Celebrating these women in history can inspire other young, female athletes to pursue their passions and never let poor representation stop them. We need to remember to celebrate women of different backgrounds throughout the year every year, not just during a single month.

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