MegaMadness 2014

[This post is sponsored through my partnership with Les Mills. As always, all opinions are my own. Read on for details about MegaMadness 2014.]
Vegas, baby!!

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One of my favorite spots to vacation, enjoy fantastic restaurants and shows, shop (“moderately”) and gamble (a little). One of my all-time favorite Vegas trips was with my good friend Ashley, when we went to visit our husbands (who were TDY there) and relax at the pool. Since we were doing Insanity at the time, we did the work out one morning in our hotel room. It’s fun to have friends that will join you for workouts, especially when you’re in a vacation spot. When I first heard about MegaMadness, I knew it’s something that I’d love to attend with a group of my friends.

When you work out in a huge group, the energy can’t be described. At fitness events, I’m always able to take a huge dose of motivation back home with me, especially after trying new workouts, meeting people (and hearing their inspirational health and fitness stories) and learning about fresh new fitness styles. It’s also fun to revisit classic faves, too. At MegaMadness, you’ll be able to enjoy large-scale group workouts along 2,000 hooting and hollering fitness enthusiasts. <– My kinda party. 

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What is it?

MegaMadness 2014 is a huge fitness event that will take place on March 27-29 at the Aria Resort and Casino. (If we weren’t in the midst of move-stravagzana, I’d be there in a heartbeat.) The beauty of this event is that anyone can attend, including fitness professionals and enthusiasts. You don’t have to be a certified fitness instructor or trainer to join in the fun. MegaMadness will include education, workouts, business sessions, a Reebok fashion show and killer after party. MegaMadness is sponsored by Les Mills and Reebok, who recently partnered to create Les Mills branded fitness gear. As you guys know, Reebok is one of my favorite fitness brands and I especially love the fact that their clothes are extremely functional while adhering to the latest fitness trends. My favorite item (so far) from their Les Mills line is this strappy tank top.

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What to expect at MegaMadness 2014:

An amazing time and educational experience. Participants will be able to enjoy large-scale versions of Les Mills workouts; if you haven’t tried GRIT, I highly recommend it. GRIT is a quick and effective workout utilizing HIIT techniques. New fitness products will also be showcased including gear from Reebok, TRX and RockTape. They’ll also be launching their new program designed for kids: BORN TO MOVE. Since I’m always looking for fun active play ideas with Liv, I’m really excited to check it out when we move to San Diego. MegaMadness sounds like an incredible event!

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If you’re interesting in attending, check out the registration link here. The code “MEGA25” will get you 25% off, too!

If you could take a live class from any fitness instructor, who would you choose? 

Would you enroll your kiddos in a movement-to-music program if your gym offered it?

 

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Comments

  1. I WOULD CHOOSE YOU!!!

  2. This sounds like SO much fun. I would LOVE all of the dance classes. Group dance fitness classes are fantastic!

  3. I teach three different Les Mills programs and have gone to smaller Les Mills events before. At this big showcases, only the best of the best instructors present the classes, and there is so much energy. It’s awesome. I’m dying to go to the Vegas event, but don’t think I can make it this year. Did you know Tamra from the RHOC is a Les Mills person? She and her husband Eddie Judge will be there this year.

  4. I would choose you! And I’m not just saying that to be lame, haha. I’m not big on any of the celebrity fitness personalities since I don’t usually do workout DVDs or anything. But I’ve come to “know” you through your blog over the past couple of years, so I’d love to shake my booty in Zumba with you even though it’s not my favorite. πŸ™‚

    If my gym offered a program like that, I might go. I already have taken my kids to the baby gym-type class they have (similar to Gymboree or The Little Gym) and that’s been fun for us.

  5. Sounds like it would be a blast!
    If I was to choose a trainer, it would probably be Shaun T…maybe you would agree?

  6. Oh my, we’ve already scheduled a trip out there in May. Otherwise I might be begging to hit this up!

  7. Love the color on the walls in your kitchen – do you have color name?

  8. I would like to take your class! I’ve already taken classes from big celebrities and while the experience was incredible, I don’t feel like I know them. Your blog would make the experience more personal.

  9. I agree with some of the other commenters–I would totally choose you! I guess I’ll have to settle for your videos for now haha, unless you ever decide to come teach a zumba class in St. Louis.

  10. Gina,

    I love being involved in events like this – I always walk away from these events with a new found passion for the fitness industry! Being around all that energy and excitement of those as enthusiastic about being active is life-changing!

    You mentioned moving to San Diego!? There’s plenty of awesome fitness studios & amazing hikes etc to get into here and I’m always in for sharing experiences! πŸ™‚

  11. Shaina Anderson says:

    I already plan on taking a class or two of yours soon (!!) so that’s a cheat answer haha. I’d say Shaun T. I joined my BIL for his Insanity workout the other day and LOVED it. Def a post-baby plan! That should do the trick. πŸ™‚

  12. Looks like this MegaMadness rocks. I think I’d try the Les Mills GRIT stuff.

  13. Looks like this MegaMadness rocks. I think I’d try the Les Mills GRIT stuff.

  14. I love the Les Mills program. I’m lucky several international and national trainers teach in OC, including Jericho, girl in the blank tank and red shorts in the photo. You should try BodyJam and Body Combat with her.

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