Whether you are mourning the loss of summer or celebrating the start of a the school year, a new journey has begun.  Fall is the most hyped season when it comes to fashion.  Magazines are the thickest and fashion shows are abundant.  Rather than wait until the New Year to start your resolution, start now!

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This Friday, I have a very exciting plan created specifically for those of you back to college.  Avoid the Freshmen 15, or keep off the weight you lost the summer!  The plan includes meal ideas for dorm rooms and the dining hall.  I’m in love with it really.  While you may have to wait until Friday to hear more about it, I can give you one detail that I want you to start preparing for.  Find a race this Fall or early winter that you plan to challenge yourself with.  It can be a 5K, the Urbanathlon, a half marathon, a triathlon, whatever.  I want you to find a race that is at least 6 weeks away.  I have a special shirt for you to wear if you buy the plan offered on Friday.  It’s hilarious and the best shirt I’ve seen at any race!  I promise. If you can’t wait until Friday to buy the diet plan, feel free to order today or this week, and I’ll make sure you too get the plan and shirt.  The first 25 will be given the shirts for free.  The next 10 will be given free fitness DVD’s.  You must sign up through my site however, otherwise I won’t know who bought through my site and who did not, i.e. if you do not buy through my site, you will not get a shirt or DVD.  To order, click this link.

I am running the Chicago Urbanathlon on October 15th.  Until then, I have a scheduled fitness routine for each day.  It helps keep me motivated and I know it will help you too, once you schedule that race.  To find one near you, check out Active.com or CoolRunning.com.

Every Fall, I also renew my vows to eat clean.  I’ve been doing well since I last shared my goal.  With the exception of one Margarita and a lollipop, I’ve been great sticking with the plan.

I may no longer be in school but September is still the start of my Junior League duties.  I’m very excited this year to be apart of two committees.  As many of you know, volunteering is something I love to do.  I applied to be a coach for the Girls on The Run but was not selected, most likely due to my inability to commit to 2 times a week, including Sunday afternoon, with my Urbanathlon obligations.  I also would have had to sign a non compete with their sponsors and since that is how I make a living, would not be smart on my part.  Lucky for me, with the Junior League, I’m on the Kids In The Kitchen committee.  I’m not sure what we are scheduled to do yet, but to my knowledge, we go around to different schools or organizations, teaching girls how to prepare healthy meals and choose nutritious affordable foods.

What are you most excited to do this fall?  Are you starting your senior year in college, running your first half marathon or did you join an organization like me that kicks off during the fall?

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11 Comments

  • Jillian D.
    Reply

    I am running my first marathon on November 5th- the Savannah Rock N Roll. Training has really just started picking up -- lots of mileage!!! 🙂 So excited to accomplish this feat!

    • Sarah
      Reply

      That’s amazing! I’m trying to run a half marathon after my last Urbanathlon which is in November. I haven’t found one yet but want to try a Rock N Roll one!

  • Natheera
    Reply

    Hi, I was wondering if you have heard of the 400 calorie fix diet? It consists of 4 meals of approximately 400 calouries..adding up to 1600 calories daily. It includes fast food outlets etc (which is good for me :)). Do you think that diet would be ok to follow and would help me lose weight? I also attend the gym often- about 4 -5 times a week, for about an hour each.

    • Sarah
      Reply

      That’s really hard to say not knowing how much you weigh, age or height. I believe in eating clean so even if those calories do not come from nutrient dense food, the weight loss will not be maintained in my opinion. I follow the TIU program mentioned above.

  • Muesliviki
    Reply

    Hey Sarah,
    I am a beginning fitness blogger in Germany and love your blog and your videos! You are a great inspiration!
    Looking forward for your college diet, because my school also starts next month and balancing health and college life can be hard sometimes.

  • jovana
    Reply

    hi Sarah i really love your site, especially work outs 🙂 i would really like to run a marathon or just run but i hurt my back when i fell off a horse so i have to rest for couple of months 🙁 you’re amazing, keep up with the good work and hopefully i will start to run soon enough :)))

  • Clare
    Reply

    Hey Sarah,
    I love your blog, and have been following you on twitter for quite a while. When I saw this post I was very excited mostly because I am in college and always trying to better my eating habits. Unfortunately when I went to the link you posted, it seemed like an unrealistic plan for college students, especially those living in the dorms. Not only was it expensive but it comes with a list for groceries to purchase to help with the plan, how is that practical for a student living in a dorm with no real means of cooking? Just curious if you had any thoughts or suggestions!
    Thanks so much!

    • Sarah
      Reply

      Hi Clare, That is not the college program but the Tone It Up program. I had a follower that was eager to buy the program Sept 1st and didn’t want them to keep waiting while we worked out the college kinks. The plan is made up of dining hall and dorm room options. The link to the college plan will be available on Friday!

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