Online Fitness classes #FitnessGlo – Excuses? GONE! #FitFluential (with a #Giveaway!)

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FitnessGlo in action

{Hey! Thanks for reading! So this post is part of a compensated campaign with FitFluential. And as you know, I’m always honest and dependable! Keep reading to hear my thoughts about this website where you can work out from home! Oh, and there is a giveaway at the end, so keep reading! Thanks everyone!}

Ever since I started working full time out of the home, my gym membership has been getting pretty dusty. Ok, it has been sitting on my keychain completely unused.

I. Hate. that.

Here I am, completely stressed out from work, and then I can’t get that frustration out after work cause I am too tired to drive one more place. And the weather has been just awful enough to give me an excuse not to go for runs or walks outside. Excuses, excuses! I could find some free YouTube videos or make up my own workouts at home…but it has been way too easy to just, not. 

But when you have a membership and a computer, and no more excuses, you work out, feel better and get fit!

Plus, my kids are watching me. I want to set that healthy, active lifestyle example for them.

But one more thing that convinced me and Josh  – price. I pay almost $80/month for my *unused* gym membership. (this includes their childcare) FitnessGlo costs $12 per month! (this includes childcare…LOL)

Yes, I was given a 90 day membership, but after 90 days I am totally keeping my membership going cause it will save us so much money! Even when I purchase kettle bells and dumbells I am still coming out ahead vs. my gym.

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Annie, um, what is FitnessGlo? 

Yeah, that.

It is a site full of online fitness classes – from 5 minute stretches and core to 45 minute kick-your-butt strength training! All the instructors are experienced, certified teachers. Read more about them on their site – they are inspiring and fun to work out with.  They have 4 levels – from “Getting started” to “Good to glo, level 3.”

Once you join (and you can get a 15-day free trial if you want to check it out!) you can set up classes that fit into your schedule.

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Yes – you can set up classes just like at your gym! You don’t have to, but if you are like me, having a set date and time motivates you to not forget.  And to erase that “I forgot” excuse, you can set up e-mail reminders for your classes too!

These videos are all recorded – so if you prefer to just log in whenever you have a free minute, you can do that too! You can browse all their workouts and set up different playlists for different moods (maybe have a “I really need to get my frustration out” playlist and then a “I just want to mix things up” play list. Up to you!)

Now that you know what it is, you wanna win a 90 day membership? 

I bet you do!

Let’s make this super easy for ya!

Just visit FitnessGlo and tell me which workout you want to try if you win! (Required! Do this first!) 

Then comment again with a fitness-related comment! (only one more comment per person!)

That is it! Two options of entries per person!


Giveaway ends in one week – on June 11th at 11:59 pm CST! So hurry and enter!! Open Internationally! 18 yrs and up.


If you appreciate this giveaway, I have a few ways to follow us, but these are not entries, just ways to keep up with me and this cool brand.

Follow @MamaDweeb on Twitter

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Written by:: Annie

Annie Shultz has written 2054 post in this blog.

She is THE Mama Dweeb 🙂 She created this blog back in 2009 and loves to inspire and connect with others through her writing. She also loves talking, dreaming, 90s pop and country music.


  1. says

    FitnessGlo sounds like a great thing! And, $12?! That’s an AWESOME price!! I haven’t joined a gym because I don’t want to pay those outrageous fees – but $12?! I can handle that!

  2. says

    This sounds like a great alternative to a gym membership. We had one for a fee months but I only went 2 times and hated wasting the money. Now I’m struggling to find workouts on ny own. With my recent back problems I feel even more limited. I love how they have different varieties of classes so I could do more stretching on bad pain days.

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