Let's talk about Fall and the way it feels. Fall feels like crisp magic to me. The air gets a little cooler, the days a little shorter and the holidays start lining up back to back. I'm all about a good party (especially one on a bike) and I think that everyone deserves to throw their hair back and enjoy a cocktail or seven.
On Friday I hosted a 6AM Halloween Ride at SparkCycle and it was so much fun. It was so inspiring seeing everyone wake up bright and early to sweat together. We had glow stick bracelets and an insane Nightmare Before Christmas remix to get us through the madness!
Now, if you've ever been to my class you know that I like to "gently remind you" that your core should always be engaged (by "gently remind you" I mean aggressively scream at you...tomato tomahtoe) and with this probably comes a lot of thinking about goals and where we see ourselves going on this fitness journey.
The fall is a great time to jumpstart your "I'm going to get back into shape before it's bathing suit season again" fitness plan and I'm here to help you do that. Whether you come to SparkCycle or just want to chat about your personal fitness goals, I want you to feel supported on your journey.
Remember, it's not always about how you look; it's about how you feel!
If you live in San Diego and haven't been to SparkCycle yet send me a message through my contact page! I'd love to have you come and try it out.
Oh, and if you were lucky enough to have been in my 8:30AM class today, here's the recipe for my #FISHMANFIT Pumpkin Spice Superfood Truffles that I made!
#FISHMANFIT PUMPKIN SPICE SUPERFOOD TRUFFLES
Prep time 10 mins | Makes 16
3/4 Cup Organic Rolled Oats
1/4 Organic Pumpkin Purée
1/4 Cup Honey
1/2 Cup Nut Butter (I'm addicted to Nuttzo Power Fuel right now)
1 TBSP Organic Chia Seeds
2 Packets Ground 2 Table* Spice Blend 12 or 2 TSP Pumpkin Pie Spice
1/2 TSP Sunfood** Vanilla Bean Powder
1 TSP Sunfood** Lucuma Powder
1 TSP Sunfood** Maca Powder
Run the oats in a food processor to grind them up and make them less texurized. Mix the pumpkin, honey and oats together in a large mixing bowl. It helps to warm the honey, especially if it's a little thick.
Add the rest of the ingredients and mix thoroughly. Cover and refrigerate for 30-60 minutes to harden the mixture so that it's easier to roll into balls.
The truffles will keep for around 2 weeks if stored in an airtight container and refrigerated, but let's be honest, mine barely made it to class so I doubt yours will make it longer than a couple of days.
*Ground 2 Table is my exciting organic food venture. We're about to launch and I hope you'll check back here and at www.G2T.com for updates!
**Sunfood is my go to for all superfood berries and powders. They're organic, thoughtfully made and a local San Diego business