When Jennifer (Jen) Blowers embraced her first RISE Challenge in 2017, it changed her eating habits, lifestyle and waistline. While it took the quarantine to get her working out with RISE from her basement, Jen was immediately on board with what RISE had to offer. "I was hooked after my first 'Katelyn kitchen sink' barre class," she says. "I love the energy, the community and variety of classes." Today Jen continues working out at RISE and has joined in person because it give
As we hit our strides this fall with new school, work and social schedules, the RISE instructors are calling on you to try mixing up your workout. Yes, keep it scheduled and keep it often. We all know scheduling your workout ahead of time greatly increases the likelihood of getting it done, but mixing up your workout can bring extra benefits, not only to overworked muscles but also to your mind.
"It's important to vary your routine to avoid overworking the same muscles ove
When Amorie Wellen comes to RISE, she counts on walking in the door feeling one way and leaving feeling completely different, and it's always for the better. Because it's her therapy, dance party and workout, RISE has become one of Amorie's go-to happy places. "On top of that, RISE has completely changed the way I think about working out and the way I feel about myself." In Amorie's youth, she never saw working out as a lifestyle. But today, with the help of RISE, working out