Today I’m sharing some of my top posts on my blog all in one spot.
When I was going through my analytics to put together this post I was happy to see that some of my favorite posts to write made it into the top 10 most popular posts on Get Fit Fiona. The posts on this list include food, fitness, and workout playlists.
My Fitness Pal
This post is by far the most popular post on my blog. If you’re wondering if it’s worth it to pay for the premium version of My Fitness Pal, I answer all of your questions in this post.
If you’re just getting started tracking your food intake with My Fitness Pal, this is a great post to start with. I’ve broken down the basics and share how I use the app to keep track of what I eat.
Since Covid shut down gyms, fitness studios, and gyms here in my city. I’ve turned to the internet and apps to get in my workouts. In this post I share some of my favorite barre workouts on YouTube.
I subscribed to Barre 3 Online Workouts for awhile awhile a few years ago. I loved that their workouts were super easy to do at home. They don’t require a lot of equipment and you don’t need a ton of room either.
I almost always research new to me group fitness classes online before I take them for the first time. I wanted to share an introduction to Group Power classes. I had a hard time finding information about them online. It makes it a bit less scary to walk into a new class when you have an idea of what to expect.
I wasn’t surprised to see a few workouts in my top 10 posts. This one is great because it combines cardio and upper body exercises.
I remember creating this workout a few ears ago – it was inspired by a workout that I did with a client at one of my internship placements. It’s one of those workouts that feels hard doing it, but by the time I’m done I’m so impressed with myself that I stuck it out and finished.
I don’t think I have very many bike workouts on the blog. Honestly it’s not my favorite form of cardio. I’d much rather spend 45 minutes on the elliptical. Maybe I should be adding more bike workouts though if that’s what you like to read about!
It wouldn’t be a great workout without some good tunes. The 80’s were both a great and not so great time for music. I put together a workout playlist with some of my all time favorite songs from the 80’s.
This is probably one of my favorite workout playlists that I’ve shared on the blog, so it’s not a surprise that readers like it too. I included artists such as Katy Perry, Aretha Franklin, and Lizzo.
What’s your favorite kinds of posts to read? Any suggestions on posts you’d like to see on Get Fit Fiona?
As always, talk to your doctor before beginning to workout. Honor your body and modify workouts as needed to work for you.