5 Reasons Fitbit Local Gives you the Best Workout

Free Yoga in Target field, Twins Stadium

Ever think about getting outside to get your exercise by walking, hiking, doing yoga, but then you talk yourself out of it because you don’t have anyone to do it with? Or you aren’t motivated to go because it’s the same old thing day after day and you’re bored of it. Well Fitbit Local is a great way to find a community with whom to workout and do your workout in a completely new space that’s fun and invigorating. Don’t believe me? Read below for five reasons that Fitbit Local is your best workout.

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5 Reasons why Fitbit Local is the Best Workout

Free Fitbit local workout and Yoga in Target field, Twins Stadium

1. Create Community.

While hiking through nature is a wonderful way to exercise and escape the commotion of city life, it can also get lonely at times. When you attend a Fitbit Local event you’ll probably be there with at least 100 other people- but that’s ok because you probably invited all your friends too- the more the merrier.

Get there early and meet others, stay until the end and make friends, who knows, you may just find your new hiking partner!

2. Fresh, Open Air Location.

Breathe in the fresh air. Sweat where you never thought you’d sweat before- like on the Target Field outfield(!!) Enjoy the pain from the workout or the relaxation of the yoga.

3. Trainers

Fitbit Local hires the best trainers in the area. Trainers that you’d typically have to get on a waiting list to experience are now leading you and your community (of 100-500 people) in one of the coolest workouts you may ever do.

4. Seriously Cool Events.

These workouts are designed to get you to sweat. They push you. They work you hard, but they make them so much fun. The location is always amazing

5. Free Workout. Freebies

The chance to workout or do yoga with phenomenal trainers, live DJs and a beautiful setting doesn’t come along every day. The chance to do all that for free comes along even less frequently- especially locally (Minneapolis/Chicago).

There is always a giveaway after the sweating has been completed. Stick around through the entire workout and you may just win a Fitbit Charge. There are usually some sort of beverage and/or snack promotion brand handing out goodies too.

I also got the Fitbit yoga mat and a T-shirt for free, but I’m not sure that they give those away at every event.

Want to know more? Check out Fibit Local

Get involved in the Fitbit Local Workout Community

Upcoming midwest Fitbit Local events:

Solstice Celebration Yoga in Chicago on June 20.

Special Olympics workout in Minneapolis on June 24.

Thinking about buying a Fitbit?

I recommend the Fitbit Charge 2 if you want the traditional wristband option.

Looking for something more subtle and hidden? Fitbit One is my second favorite (you can hide it in your pocket, on your belt or even in your bra!)

Fitbit Local is a great outdoor adventure workout and way to grow your community for free and attend fun events in Minneapolis and Chicago. Do Yoga and sweat with professional trainers and maybe even win a free fitbit or yoga mat. There was even a fitbit local event at Target Field Twins Stadium

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13 Thoughts on “5 Reasons Fitbit Local Gives you the Best Workout

  1. Albert TrotterNo Gravatar on June 14, 2017 at 7:22 am said:

    yes i have joined ,,,and hope that it will proved good for me

  2. Robin RussellNo Gravatar on June 14, 2017 at 9:15 am said:

    Interesting, I have yet to get a Fitbit. I have been curious about them but have not been sure they are worth the investment.

    • GretaNo Gravatar on June 14, 2017 at 9:21 am said:

      Robin- I have two Fitbits and love them. I spend a lot of time waking and exploring state parks and love to know the distances I’ve traveled, plus one of mine makes for a nice sporty watch that’s perfect for hiking… That being said they probably aren’t for everyone- If you ever want to talk about them let me know and I’d be happy to share why. :-) Greta

  3. MalisaNo Gravatar on June 14, 2017 at 9:23 am said:

    These sound like fun events! I haven’t done one before, but I’ll keep an eye out for the next one that works for my schedule!

  4. Alissa SchrankNo Gravatar on June 14, 2017 at 9:39 am said:

    I need to check this out! Never heard of Fitbit local!

  5. AnungNo Gravatar on June 14, 2017 at 6:35 pm said:

    I always forget that they do this. I’m going to have to try and make to one of these.

    • GretaNo Gravatar on June 15, 2017 at 9:23 am said:

      I know it- I always forget to look too- I need to just schedule them all on eventbrite the minute they come up so that I get reminders ;-)

  6. Jen RadkeNo Gravatar on June 15, 2017 at 10:20 am said:

    Thanks for sharing. I have recently stopped using my FitBit as it was no longer motivating me to move. These events might help!

    • GretaNo Gravatar on June 15, 2017 at 2:56 pm said:

      If you don’t need a motivator to get moving that’s great! I hope you enjoy these events if you go- I’d love to hear what you think!

  7. KristinNo Gravatar on June 16, 2017 at 11:56 am said:

    This sounds like so much fun! I lost my fitbit – just somewhere in my own messy home and now we’ve moved so I really have no idea… I would love to do something like this, though!

  8. KateNo Gravatar on June 16, 2017 at 2:40 pm said:

    Wow! These sound like amazing events at such unique locations. I wasn’t aware of Fitbit Local and this sounds like something I’ll want to check out. It can be really hard to find others to work out with and this sounds like a lot of variety and fun!

  9. Alexis @FITnancialsNo Gravatar on June 17, 2017 at 10:08 pm said:

    I love my Fitbit! I have trouble wearing it every day, and I think it’s because mine is older and I have to charge it often.

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