MetamorFit

An eco-conscious, lifestyle blog by Tampa, FL mom Jenny Hodges,who lost 212lbs and is keeping it off thru healthy family living, creative cooking, and CrossFit


7. August 2014 19:54
by jennifer
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Race for the Cure-Florida Suncoast 2014

7. August 2014 19:54 by jennifer | 9 Comments

My mom is now an 11 year breast cancer survivor. Last year she celebrated her 10 year anniversary at the St. Pete Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. The #TampaTrio and I were so proud to be able to stand there with her, our light, our survivor. We know how lucky we are to have her in our life. My mom was diagnosed with Stage 4 Inflammatory Breast Cancer: Locally Advanced. It was a grim diagnosis. Inflammatory breast cancer (IBC) is a rare and very aggressive disease in which cancer cells block ... [More]

4. August 2014 18:46
by jennifer
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5 hour energy Yummification contest and giveaway

4. August 2014 18:46 by jennifer | 26 Comments

Disclosure: 5-hour ENERGY® provided me with the information, samples and a gift card for my Yummification.   I'll admit it. I wasn't a huge fan of 5 Hour Energy. I've taken a few shots in the past before a big race, and while I did like the extra boost it gave me, I didn't like the taste. Recently my husband gave up all caffeine. And to support him, I gave up making coffee, tea, etc., in the morning to not tempt him, but that also meant that I wasn't drinking caffeine either.  I fo... [More]

3. August 2014 07:33
by jennifer
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Weekly Workouts, Yuba Bike, and the beach July 27-August 2

3. August 2014 07:33 by jennifer | 4 Comments

July is OVER!! It was a very busy month for us with a vacation to Jekyll Island, GA, and the birthday of my Irish Twins, Ella and Ronin. July saw the end of two big fitness challenges for me. First was my 10,000 Swing Kettlebell Challenge. I recapped that all HERE. And it also marked the end of my 400,000 steps in July walking challenge. Yup, I made it. By over 85,000 steps. Not too shabby for being injured. 20 inactivity alerts also isn't too shabby, that's less than 1 per day and considering ... [More]