Make “Fat Tuesday” FIT TUESDAY! #BuildYourBestBody

There are all kinds of reasons to feel festive this week! Are you celebrating Mardi Gras this week? Join in on the sweaty celebration with us!

Today is traditionally Fat Tuesday, but we're joining Hedstrom Fitness in turning it to Fit Tuesday! To celebrate, Hedstrom is having a ONE DAY ONLY SALE! From 12am - 11:59pm EST, select pieces of equipment will be on sale:

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This is also the last day to use the code SPHF25 to get 25% off at hedstromfitness.com/sweatpink! Head on over and redeem your discount TODAY!!


We're continuing the celebration with our third Thursday Takeover! Join @burpees4bfast on the Hedstrom Fitness Instagram page all day long on Thursday! She's got all kind of tips, tricks, and motivational stories in store for us!

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Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Hedstrom Fitness. All opinions are my own. I truly appreciate all of the brands that support the Sweat Pink community. 

Liz Wilson

Liz Wilson

I'm a Southern girl, born and bred. I grew up not only playing sports, but dancing, hiking, skiing, and canoeing. After college, I postponed grad school, completed my 220-hr yoga teacher training, and moved to a ski town in Colorado. In my years there, I discovered the "wow" factor life has to offer. Between the skiing/hiking/trail running in my backyard and the traveling in the off seasons, nearly every day contained something to marvel at. I'm now in the Pacific Northwest, still teaching, still exploring, indefinitely postponing law school, and pursuing a career in fitness-related social media management. I love sharing my journeys, discoveries, and marvels!

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