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Wireless Wednesday Exclusive: Sara Colletti, Personal Trainer, Eating Healthy, LIFTSWEAT Method

Happy holidays and that means eating and maybe missing some of your regular workouts.

Sara Colletti, from the LIFTSWEAT Method is here this week to help.

Have a listen:

Sara Colletti has been helping clients change their mindset, love their bodies and practice progressive movement since 2013. In 2012 she started her fitness career at Focus Integrative Fitness where she studied Kinesiology, Biomechanics, Bioenergetics, as well as the tools to become a successful Personal Trainer. This amazing experience introduced her to her first position as a fitness professional at Equinox in Roslyn, NY. After a short year of moving up the tier system, Sara was needed to help her grandfather on the East End of Long Island. This was the hardest yet most rewarding decision she had ever made. By 2016 she created her first company, Hamptons Wellness on Wheels, an in-home Personal Training company that is thriving to this day. Her next venture was creating the LIFTSWEAT Method with co-owner Ross Youmans, an online platform where they share their method on movement and progressive exercise. Sara specializes in pre/postnatal training, group fitness and functional movement.

Sara and Ross from the LIFTSWEAT Method are experts on quick fitness hacks and coming up with creative ways to add more movement into your day, no matter how much time you have including:

Exercises to practice in between Zoom meetings

How to avoid overeating when working from home

Tricks on how to sneak movement into your workday

The LIFTSWEAT Method hosts a free Breath & Abs community class on Tuesdays at 12:30pm. A quick 30 minutes to regroup and de-stress during a busy work week.

Sara is always happy to share her knowledge of pre/postnatal fitness. "This is the most exciting time in a new mama's life! From safely enduring labor to new mommy activities, I am here to help train proper body mechanics for all of your new movement patterns. From placing a baby in a crib with a perfect hinge, to making bath time less stressful on your body. Also great for dads and grandparents!!". She can expand on:

Importance of pelvic floor recruitment when training for your pregnancy.

How to activate your core in your 2nd and 3rd trimester

How to practice interval training specific to birth prep

How to modify during your group fitness class for different stages of pregnancy.

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