Mover Spotlight: Donna Hughes

If you’re part of the MoveWith community, chances are that you’ve been inspired by someone. Maybe it’s the colleague that invites you along for a run at lunch, or the friend who encourages you to get out of your comfort zone and give that dance class a try. Maybe it’s the teacher who, by teaching you how to move, teaches you something about yourself. We’re … Continue reading Mover Spotlight: Donna Hughes

Stuck Indoors? You Can Still Get Strong

If you live outside of the wonderful little bubble called The Bay Area, winter probably means a lot more time spent indoors. Less running, more eating. That’s usually the way the bad weather days roll. And you know what? That’s totally okay. We’ll call it an “off-season.” But here’s the thing: you can’t totally slack off for 6 weeks. Taking a short break from running … Continue reading Stuck Indoors? You Can Still Get Strong

Teacher Spotlight: Stephanie Snyder

“I believe that you convey your ideas by the authenticity of your being. Not by glibly telling someone what to do or how to do it… Good teaching is merely having an encounter with someone who has an idea of what life is that you admire and want to emulate.” -Milton Glaser I first stumbled into one of Stephanie’s classes years ago—unaware that this moment … Continue reading Teacher Spotlight: Stephanie Snyder

The Power of Social Sweat

Tricia and I founded MoveWith on the premise that when it comes to living a healthy and active life, people are our greatest motivators. We call this social sweat. As we enter a new year — a time of committing or recommitting to wellness goals — social sweat is what will keep us engaged, thriving, and ultimately, healthy. So what’s social sweat really about? It’s about … Continue reading The Power of Social Sweat