Boy does time fly.
This month Active Life DC turned one year old. Along the way we picked up 7000 Facebook friends, nearly 1400 Twitter followers, promoted an event, and held our first blogger happy hour.
We are expecting a much bigger year in 2014, but before we get to that, we want to send out a thank you to some of the awesome people that we met this year.
Over the course of this week, we are going to publish five posts, each highlighting ten members of the Washington D.C. fitness community. On our list we have yoga instructors, personal trainers, martial arts black belts, bloggers, and other fitness pros that inspire us to live healthier and happy lives.
To the people on this list and all the people reading it .... thank you for making Active Life DC possible! We look forward to seeing you all in 2014.
Mary regularly contributes posts to Active Life DC and has recently joined the team as an editor. She also maintains her own blog, Minutes Per Mile, where she writes about cooking, running, and lots of other good things.
Chris is a Nike trainer based in Arlington. He maintains a blog where he shares recipes and workout videos. Check out Chris in the latest edition of the Active Life DC Fitness Roundtable where he and four other trainers answered the same five fitness-related questions.
Grant is the founder of MyBootcamp, teaches cycling classes at Revolve DC, and is a personal trainer. Check out Grant in the first edition of the Fitness Roundtable and get his recipe for homemade Gatorade. Visit the MyBootcamp website to sign up for a bootcamp class.
Mariska is a Pilates instructor and the founder of Fuse Pilates in DuPont Circle. Read parts 1 and 2 of our interview with Mariska and visit the Fuse website to sign up for one of her classes. Plan to do so well in advance though, they fill up quickly.
Peg Mulqueen is a Washington D.C. yoga instructor. Read our interview with Peg where she schools us on Ashtanga yoga.
Amber Yancey is a Pilates instructor at Sport&Health in Tenleytown.