It is official. If you are like most of us January is a month of setting goals and working hard to achieve them.
And while salads are, indeed, a smart option for getting healthy in the new year, that alone is not a sustainable way to stick to your new year’s resolutions. Eating a healthy, balanced diet helps of course, but beyond adding a fitness routine you enjoy can have a profound impact on your goals.
Fortunately, there is no lack of options for eating healthy and getting fit in the Mellody Farm neighborhood where fitness centers and healthful food choices are both plentiful and diverse.
Fresh fitness at Mellody Farm
One of the newest fitness options, Stretched, was born after watching lives be transformed through fascial stretch, according to their page on Mellody Farm’s web site.
“Through extensive training and experience spanning well over a decade, Michelle Austin’s knowledge of the human body and advanced certifications in fascial stretch and pilates are now enabling her clients to achieve (their) goals of increasing flexibility and improving performance,” the page reads. “Michelle is passionate about understanding each client’s health and wellness and his or her desired goals.”
Elsewhere in Mellody Farm you will find The Dailey Method Vernon Hills, 901 N. Milwaukee Ave, where they say the staff is “ready to help you transform your life,” according to the web site.
“The Dailey Method is the fastest way to a strong, lean, sculpted body,” the web site reads. “Combining the best of Pilates, yoga, and ballet barre training, our classes are an ever-evolving mix of movement that offer extreme benefits for body and mind.”
Best of all, the studio is now offering a new client special of one month unlimited barre and cycle classes for $65. Call (847) 984.2328 today to reserve your spot!
Healthy options at Mellody Farm
For those who are also hoping to eat a little better this year, Whole Foods, 851 N. Milwaukee Ave., offers only the best in natural and organic groceries and local produce.
“Whatever your tastes, our Vernon Hills store will have something for you,” the web site reads. The store offers a number of specialty stops along the way, including the Townline Tap, Allegro Coffee Bar, and the Masu Express, featuring Japanese-inspired cuisine using the highest quality of ingredients.
And for those cheat days when you are craving something delicious you can feel good about, head over to B.Good, a homey restaurant that serves all-natural craft burgers. The joint prides itself in providing better-for-you burgers and real ingredients, like antibiotic-free chicken, beef, and turkey supplied only by trusted farms.
Mellody Farm in Vernon Hills: Welcome Home
Meanwhile at The Atworth, you don’t have to pay a fee or leave your home to get an amazing workout. Our state-of-the-art fitness center offers residents a variety of equipment and weights in the comfort of our building, where we offer everything in balance.
What better way to embrace a sustainable new year’s resolution this time around?
Stop by the leasing office or call (847) 892-4949 anytime to schedule a tour and start living your best life in 2019.