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Putting Your Mark On Fitness with Rayan Marks

Beginning this month, Fresh ‘N Fit will be featuring various trainers, motivators and professionals from around Atlanta to help keep you feeling inspired, which is crucial especially during these times of uncertainty. Our first installment is with Rayan Marks from MARKS on Fitness. A self proclaimed “virtual fitness motivator,” Rayan recently moved to the Atlanta area with her family and dog, Teddy Bear.

Her fitness journey began back in 2010 but unfortunately after experiencing some challenging life events, she was sidetracked for several years. In January of 2018, Rayan decided that it was time to make a change and get serious about her health and fitness again.

I’ve never been a person who would like to do traditional type of cardio so my biggest struggle was finding the right type of cardio that would help me improve on my journey. That’s when I found out about H.I.I.T. (High Intensity Interval Training) and it was best discovery ever!” Rayan explains.

“I loved that I could do high intensity cardio exercises for a shorter amount of time and I wouldn’t have to spend 30 boring minutes on the treadmill or elliptical.”

Being a “lover of sweets,” one of Rayan’s goals was to still enjoy her favorite foods in moderation without them sabotaging her overall health and fitness results.

Since March, COVID19 has affected people all across the country and world. Self quarantining, among other things, had become the new normal. Many industries, especially fitness, were greatly impacted and a lot of gyms had to temporarily close their doors which made staying active a little harder to do.

“I’ve always thought I needed to be in a gym to workout but that wasn’t the case. Out of necessity, I’ve had to come up with so many creative ways to keep pushing myself, as well as meditating, reading and getting adequate rest.”

She explains, “Because working out is a coping mechanism for me, there was no way I was going to let all of my hard work go to waste.

Helping others succeed and holding them accountable is what a fitness motivator does and with all of the different types of technology out there, doing it virtually has become easier than ever. “As of today, I’ve lost a total of 30 lbs. I always tell my accountability partners that consistency is the key.” Rayan continues,” If you’re on your fitness journey and are struggling with results…don’t give up! Your ideal weight loss should be 1/2 lb. to 1 lb. each week.

“Of course, everyone is different but my experience has shown me that the slower the weight comes off, the better my chances are to keep it off.”

Proper nutrition and physical activity go hand-in-hand and when combined, your diet can help you achieve and maintain a healthy weight as well as eliminate illnesses. “I reduced my high blood pressure down to normal readings and all of my annual checkups have been perfect,” Rayan said.

I truly believe MARKS on Fitness and Fresh ‘N Fit are a great fit because we both promote a healthy lifestyle and diet that still allows you to enjoy delicious food. And because a lot I times I struggle with new ideas for meal prep, Fresh ‘N Fit has been so helpful and convenient.”

If you want to stay motivated with Rayan, stop by her blog or give her a quick follow at @marksonfitness.


Know someone, like a friend, relative or elderly parent that needs a healthy and convenient way to meal prep and would benefit from our service? Let them know that we can deliver healthy food right to their doorstep.

Use offer code BLOGAUG04 at checkout to get 10% off your first order and 50% off home delivery.

Trying To Stay Healthy This Summer? Fresh ‘N Fit Cuisine Can Help.

Normally everyone looks forward to summer vacation. Taking trips with your family or sending the kids to camp means you can typically sleep in a little later. Unfortunately, this summer (and year) has been anything but normal.

And adjusting to our new “normal” has taken some time. Whether you’re staying at home or if you’re back at work in the office, the goal is to stay healthy.

And healthy is what Fresh ‘N Fit does. Each week our calorie and portion controlled meals are prepped for you in our private commercial kitchen, with the highest safety protocols in place. Our distribution team then delivers them to your doorstep or gym, contact-free. So however you choose to stay healthy, we’re here to make it easy for you.


Know someone, like a friend, relative or elderly parent that would benefit from our service? Let them know that we can deliver healthy food right to their doorstep.

Use offer code BLOG28JULY at checkout to get $20 off your first order and 50% off home delivery.

Quarantine 15? Not So Fast…


Staying healthy and active during a national and global pandemic can be difficult to say the least. The Freshman 15 has evolved into The Quarantine 15, to reflect the unfortunate reality of the current times. For many, clothes that fit us only a few months ago, now feel a little snug around the waist. The combination of binge watching shows on our favorite streaming services and increased inactivity, due to not going out as much, has begun to show its unfortunate effects.

And because the South has shown some of the highest rates of COVID19 in the country, many of us are left to wonder what else can be done to increase our chances of remaining healthy.

Recently, the CDC has reported that obesity (having a body mass index of 30 or above) may be one of the top predictors of severe illness linked to COVID19. Although many medical problems can be attributed to obesity in general, new studies have shown that it is one of the most significant risk factors, only after older age. 

When Georgia, along with most of the country, lifted their shelter-in-place orders, people were more than anxious to get back outside to feel some form of normalcy again. Although places like gyms and restaurants updated their safety protocols, the recent spikes of COVID19 cases has once again disrupted our way of life and has us questioning what steps can be taken to move forward safely.

Online learning, virtual fitness classes, and home delivery of food and meals, appear to be the new reality of how to stay healthy and safe.

I tried to cook a lot more at the beginning of the pandemic, but after awhile my eating habits started to change and I got tired of it,” said longtime Fresh ‘N Fit customer Tiffany P. “Fresh ‘N Fit has helped me get back on track and stay out of the grocery stores as much as possible.

Calorie and portion controlled meals are prepared each week for you in our kitchen, with the highest safety protocols in place, and then delivered contact-free to your doorstep or gym. So however you choose to stay healthy, Fresh ‘N Fit Cuisine is committed to helping make it easy for you.


If there’s someone you know, like a friend, relative or elderly parent that would benefit from our service, please let them know that we can deliver healthy food right to their doorstep.

Of course, your safety is our number one concern so no interaction with our driver is needed. Use offer code BLOGJULY21 at checkout to get 10% off your first order and 50% off home delivery.

Eating Healthy And Staying Active… Virtually

Staying active and healthy during the pandemic probably ranks at the top of most everybody’s list of things that they’ve been struggling with for the past several months. And while many have adjusted to working remotely from home, finding that balance between work and exercise can be a challenge. Many gyms in Atlanta reopened their doors last month but recent surges in the number of COVID19 cases throughout the South has a lot of us rethinking how to stay fit.

We’ve updated the list of our partners in the fitness community to show what types of programs they offer to help you remain active and healthy.

Alpharetta
• Burn Boot Camp offers weekly workouts via their Youtube page.

• Workout Anytime is providing daily at-home workouts that are both available on their individual and corporate Facebook pages for everyone through the Workout Anytime App for Android and iPhone as well. The class times vary, but are usually at around 10am or 1pm for those who would like to workout with an instructor while they’re live. For more information, call 678-205-2667.

Athens
• Burn Boot Camp is offering live workouts with our Certified Personal Trainers 7 times a day via Zoom for members. Not a member yet, no problem. Sign up for a free 14 day trial, burnbootcamp.com/athens-ga to get started.

Atlanta
• CrossFit Atlanta is offering virtual group classes for both CrossFit and Launch beginner classes, remote personal 1-on-1 coaching and a Lockdown and Rise Up 45 day nutrition and self care challenge. Call or text 404-355-4500 for more information.

• Gravity Fitness posts a new workout daily via their Instagram page.

• JOYVIAL offers a 30 day series of short 1-2 minute videos on how to reduce stress & anxiety. Founder, Hanni Berger, writes on this topic in hope that people will apply these techniques and experience more calm, peace and joy in their life…even now in the midst of this challenging time. Videos are posted on JOYVIAL’s YouTube channel.

Buckhead
• Bach Fitness has launched a virtual training platform called Let’s Get Virtual. This program brings the gym to you. Bach Leaders will virtually guide you through 30- and 45-minute workouts that are designed to educate and motivate while strengthening both body and mind. Let’s Get Virtual is available live Monday through Sunday, but also offers the opportunity to save and view the workouts for a time that best fits your schedule. Operating through Zoom, you can connect with the Bach Community and receive motivation and encouragement as you sweat alongside our incredible support system. We know you’ll love Let’s Get Virtual, and right now Bach is offering the first class on the house. Get more details and register quickly and easily here. Contact Bach at 404-883-3905 for additional information.

Buford
• Iron Will Fitness Club is a family owned and operated boutique fitness coaching studio offering non-intimidating, full body functional fitness Group/Team Training, Small Group Personal Training, 1-on-1 Personal Training, along with virtual online training (they don’t just give you an online program to follow; they’re there to coach you every inch of the way via live Zoom sessions) for all ages and levels of fitness. Reach your goals in a fun, social environment. Iron Will has so much fun working out that some have nicknamed them “The Asylum”. Call 561-213-5045 for more information.

Conyers
• The Fit Factory offers live inactive sessions regularly. Contact them at 770-285-6290.

Covington
• Alcovy Fitness + Wellness offers a variety of online classes. Contact sarah@alcovyfitness.com for more information.

Cumming
• Burn Boot Camp offers weekly workouts via their Youtube page.

• Cumming Strength & Fitness offers various types of online coaching. Whether you’re looking for a gym to call home or just a way to stay in shape, CS&F is passionate about helping you. Call 678-630-9134 for more information.

• VT Fitness offers online group training as well as 1-on-1 training. For more information, call 404-747-6020 or email vtfitness1@gmail.com.

Decatur
• Club Pilates offers virtual mat-based classes everyday. Schedules are posted daily on Instagram. Text 404-883-33978 or email decaturgm@clubpilates.com if you’re interested in a virtual class package.

• Move Gym offers remote virtual training. Contact 404-371-1355 for more details.

• Pinnacle Fitness Center offers virtual high energy group classes 6 days a week, personal training and customized nutritional counseling all via Zoom. Call or text 770-367-2539 for more information.

Druid Hills
• Barre 3 offers a 15-Day At-Home Challenge. Visit their Instagram page daily for live conversations, guided exercises and performances from inspiring thought leaders.

Dunwoody
• Fitness Together offers virtual training in the comfort of your own home. Their coaches are experts at adapting workouts based on the amount of equipment their clients have. For our clients who want to work out at least 3 times per week, FT will lend out studio equipment for the duration of the quarantine. Clients have 3 types of virtual training for their 8 week Stay Strong Fitness Program to choose from: One-on-one, semi private and small group training. Call 770-351-9111 or email russyeager@fitnesstogether.com for more details.

Inman Park
• X3 Sports offers live online classes every day at noon for members. Contact 678-903-0100 for more information.

Midtown
• Midtown Trainers: We believe that virtual training remotely from your home and the trainer’s home is the safety zone. Space and apparatus may change but the intensity of the workout and the enthusiasm of the personal trainer is still the same. Midtown Trainers uses the equipment you have at home, or if you don’t have any, we can provide it and use your own body as a machine. CardioActive is our brand and it is a combination of cardio and strength training to get optimum results. MTT offers 1-on-1 personal training as well as group ENERGY classes. Personal training appointments are scheduled by downloading the Mindbody app. For more information, call 404-271-8558.

Roswell
• Anytime Fitness offers virtual workouts every morning at 9:30am EST. These workouts are designed for the whole family to do in your own home. If you miss a workout, you can go back and watch it on Facebook. For additional information, contact 678-585-6609.

Sandy Springs
• Fitness Together offers virtual one-on-one personal training sessions that are by appointment on Mondays – Saturdays. Call 678-835-9747 or email sandyspringsmgr@fitnesstogether.com for more details.

• Formwell Fitness Coaching has built a free, online 30 day program called A Freedom Through Fitness Movement. You’ll get to participate in the Quarantine 15 challenge where you will receive the following three things daily: a workout, a nutritional tip and an accountability tip. They’ll also be a bonus section with a daily devotional. The goal is to come out mentally, physically and spiritually stronger. Call 770-804-1898 for more information.

Smyrna
• CrossFit South Cobb is offering remote personal training for those interested in getting fit in the comfort of their own home. CFSC has Zoom interactive live options as well as programming options. Call 404-850-0199 for more details.

Sugar Hill
• Georgia Fitness encourages its members and the community at large to remain active by offering streamed workouts for their Les Mills classes 5 days a week. Call 678-765-8999 for more details.

Suwanee
• No Excuses CrossFit is offering online personal training classes. It doesn’t matter if you have a full gym at home or just a jump rope, we will provide you with fun, creative workouts to get you moving. For more information, call 770-783-0753 or email brandon@noexcusescrossfit.com.


A majority of Fresh ‘N Fit’s pick up locations are open for business again so it’s easy to order your meals and pick them up there but if there’s someone you know, like a friend, relative or elderly parent that would benefit from our service, please let them know that we can deliver healthy food right to their doorstep as well.

Of course, your safety is our number one concern so no interaction with our driver is needed. Use offer code JULY7BLOG at checkout to get 10% off your first order.

7 WAYS TO BOOST YOUR HEALTH THIS SUMMER

With all that’s gone on this year, 2020 has been quite memorable so far and the year is just barely over half way done. That’s why there’s no better time to focus on your health and personal wellness. While most businesses and public spaces have reopened, many of us are still exercising caution on taking a family trip or traveling. If you are keeping it local, it’s important to stay safe & hydrated especially with Atlanta’s hot weather. Follow these simple 7 tips to improve your health over the summer.

1. Give Your Diet a Berry Boost
If you do one thing this summer to improve your diet, have a cup of mixed fresh berries — blackberries, blueberries, or strawberries — every day. They’ll help you load up on antioxidants, which may help prevent damage to tissues and reduce the risks of age-related illnesses. Berries are also tops in fiber, which helps keep cholesterol low and may even help prevent certain type of cancer.

2. Get Dirty — and Stress Less
To improve your stress level, plant a small garden or if space is limited, get a few flower pots that can go indoors or outside. Just putting your hands in soil is “grounding.” And when life feels like you’re moving so fast, being mentally grounded can help relieve physical and mental stress.

3. Floss Daily
It’s such an important part of your daily hygiene that gets overlooked. Do it at the beach (in a secluded spot), while reading on your patio, or when watching TV — and the task will breeze by. Flossing reduces oral bacteria, which improves overall body health, and if oral bacteria is low, your body has more resources to fight bacteria elsewhere. Floss daily and you’re doing better than at least 85% of the population.

4. Get Outside to Exercise
Pick one outdoor activity — going on a hike, taking a nature walk, playing games such as tag with your kids, cycling or swimming — to shed that cooped-up feeling of gym workouts. And remember, the family that plays together not only gets fit together — it’s also a great way to create bonding time.

5. Be Good to Your Eyes
To protect your vision at work and play, wear protective eyewear. When outdoors, wear sunglasses that block at least 99% of ultraviolet A and B rays. Sunglasses can help prevent cataracts, as well as wrinkles around the eyes. And when playing sports or doing household tasks such as mowing the lawn, wear protective eyewear as well. Ask your eye doctor about the best type; some are sport-specific.

6. Go Light On The Alcohol
Summer’s a great time to skip drinks with hard alcohol and choose a light, chilled alcoholic beverage (unless you are pregnant or should not drink for health or other reasons). A sangria (table wine diluted with juice), a cold beer, or a wine spritzer are all refreshing but light. In moderation — defined as one to two drinks daily — alcohol can protect against heart disease.

7. Sleep Well
Resist the urge to stay up later during long summer days. Instead pay attention to good sleep hygiene by keeping the same bedtime and wake-up schedule as well as not drinking alcohol within three hours of bedtime. It’s also a good idea to avoid naps during the day unless you take them every day at the same time, for the same amount of time.

There they are: Seven super simple ways to boost your health this summer. Try one or try them all. They’re so easy you won’t even realize they’re — shhhh — good for you.


Enjoy the convenience of Fresh ‘N Fit’s chef prepared meal plans that’ll allow you to to eat healthy all summer long. The best part is you can get them delivered to your home, office or gym. Try it today and get $20 off your first order when you use promo code JUNE30BLOG at checkout.

Fresh ‘N Fit’s Wellness Meals Help You Stay Healthy And Safe

Fresh ‘N Fit has remained committed to helping you not only stay healthy, but safe. There are many things you can do to continue to protect yourself and your family, especially since cases of COVID19 have risen recently within the state of Georgia.

Since we’re still receiving a lot of requests for immunity boosting meals, we’ve decided to list some more of our favorite “wellness meals” from next week’s menus:

Low Carb: Citrus & Rosemary Braised Chicken Thighs. This classic dish is made with garlic and lemons and served with a veggie medley of green beans, carrots and mushrooms. The lemon is packed with Vitamin C, which is good for preventing infection and newer studies show that garlic may enhance immune cell function. Carrots have beta-carotene, which helps the immune system in white blood cell production.

Vegetarian: White Bean, Kale and Tofu Wrap. Served on a whole wheat tortilla with sweet potato wedges, this meatless alternative is packed with Vitamin A. Sweet potatoes provide more than 150% of your daily Vitamin A recommended intake.

Paleo: Blackened Grouper with a Shiitake Mushroom Salsa. This gluten and soy free dish comes with a Shiitake salsa made with red bell peppers and green onions. A medium red bell pepper contains about 150mg of Vitamin C, while mushrooms are a good source of Vitamin D and antioxidants such as selenium and polysaccarides.

Keto: Lemon Pepper Trout and Sauteed Spinach. Topped with a lemon cream sauce with garlic and almonds, the ingredients in this delicious meal are full of Vitamin C and E, which boosts the activity of immune cells to support the body’s ability to fend off invading bacteria and viruses.


Eating healthy everyday can be a breeze when you get these ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐  meals, as well as dozens more, delivered to your home, office or gym. Try Fresh ‘N Fit Cuisine today and get 10% off your first order when you use offer code JUNE23BLOG at checkout.

Vegetables are a Key Part of Nutrition for Adult Health

Parents need veggies just as much as kids do. Not only is it important to lead by example, vegetables contain dietary fiber, vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients that promote health as we age and help reduce the risk of chronic diseases including heart disease, diabetes and some cancers. 

Get Energized with Veggies

Whether it’s for powering through a workout, rounding up the kids to get to school on time or accomplishing a big work project, our lives demand a lot of energy. Carbohydrate rich vegetables such as potatoes, peas and corn provide more calories than non-starchy vegetables.

Get the Most Nutrition from Veggies

Even though vegetables are a great source of nutrients, water-soluble vitamins such as vitamin C, riboflavin, thiamin and folate can be destroyed by exposure to high temperatures and long cooking times, or lost when cooking water is discarded. To keep the vitamins in your vegetables from escaping:

  • Leave edible skins on vegetables or trim as little as possible, but be sure to wash them first.
  • Steam, microwave or stir-fry vegetables instead of boiling to reduce the amount of water and heat they are exposed to.
  • Cooler temperatures help preserve vitamins, so it is recommended that some produce be stored in the refrigerator.

Looking for veggies high in antioxidants? Include a variety of vegetables from all of the subgroups – dark green, red and orange, beans and peas, as well as starchy ones. Try asparagus, beets, broccoli and sweet potatoes. Want the best vitamin C bang for your bite? Try fresh, chopped red bell peppers or cooked broccoli. Just 1 cup of either veggie exceeds your daily minimum requirements of this vitamin.

How Much Do You Need?

Adult men should consume 2 ½ to 3 cups of veggies daily, but many fall short. Aim to include veggies at most meals and snacks during the day. Try a variety of vegetables and experiment with different preparation methods, such as roasting, grilling and steaming. Try veggies such as roasted red peppers and sautéed mushrooms as sandwich fillings and burger toppings. You easily can add ½ cup of vegetables to a sandwich. Using raw spinach in salads is another way to pump up the vitamin content.

Think Food First

Multivitamins are supplements, not substitutes for whole foods and vegetables. Important phytonutrients (such as antioxidants) and dietary fiber are two components of vegetables that make them irreplaceable by a pill. Besides, a grilled ear of corn tastes so much better!

Source: Sarah Klemm, RDN, CD, LDN, Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics


Fresh ‘N Fit’s calorie and portioned controlled meals are perfect for helping you get the proper nutrients you need. Try us today and use offer code BLOG17JUNE at checkout to get 10% off your first order.

We Could All Use A Good Meal Right Now

As our country continues to recover from the COVID19 pandemic amid ongoing nationwide protests, life can feel pretty overwhelming and out of control. While stress can impact your health in a negative way, it’s important to keep in mind that one of the things you CAN control is your nutrition and what you eat.

Studies have shown that eating foods containing certain nutrients like B vitamins and antioxidants, help to increase healthy brain function and its ability to manage stress. Of course, as little as five minutes of exercise a day can also be extremely beneficial.

A good, healthy meal has the ability to provide comfort and as we head into summer, that’s something we could all use a little bit of right now.

Fresh ‘N Fit’s Low Carb and Keto menus offer an amazingly delicious selection of chef prepared meals made with locally sourced ingredients.

Fresh ‘N Fit’s nutritionally balanced meals are perfect for taking the stress out of mealtime prep. Try us today and use offer code BLOG09JUNE at checkout to get $20 off your first order.

MANAGING STRESS WITH NUTRITION AND EXERCISE

Do you have a go-to comfort food when you feel stressed? If so, you are not alone. During times of stress, many of us may reach for foods or snacks and often these are high in saturated fats or added sugars. The fact that stress can impact food choices is not news. However, are there also foods or nutrients that can help you to reduce stress?

Our Body’s Fight or Flight Response

Your central nervous system releases stress hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol when you feel anxious or stressed. These hormones trigger the fight or flight response, which gets your body ready for action. For example, your heart can beat more rapidly, your blood pressure may rise and your rate of breathing might increase. Being in a chronic state of stress can cause long term health problems. In addition to feeling anxious, many may become depressed, struggle to get a good night’s sleep or experience digestive issues.

Can Certain Nutrients Ease Stress?

Research linking certain nutrients to stress management is limited. Recent studies have focused on nutrients the brain needs to function normally. This can include nutrients like antioxidants or B vitamins. Studies have looked at how supplements may help manage stress but results have been limited. As these nutrients are already important in a healthy eating pattern, the best way to get them is through the foods you eat. For example, fruits and vegetables contain antioxidants along with other nutrients that may work together to promote health. And many foods provide a variety of B vitamins naturally, including whole grains, fruits, vegetables, dairy products, beans and meats.

Some studies also report a potential link between low levels of nutrients in the body such as vitamin D and stress. These studies did not prove that inadequate intake of foods with this nutrient causes stress or that increased intake of foods with this nutrients ease stress. However, your body does need it to function normally. And there are lots of foods that contain vitamin D including fatty fish and fortified dairy and soy products.

Do Vitamin and Mineral Supplements Combat Stress?

Some supplements claim to help manage stress. At this time, however, the evidence supporting these supplements is limited and much more research is needed. Talk with your health care provider before taking any vitamin and mineral supplements.

Stress-Busters

When it comes to food and stress, one of the best things you can do for your body is to choose a balanced, healthful eating style. Participating in regular physical activity is also beneficial for managing stress. As little as five minutes of exercise a day can be beneficial.

Other ways to help ease stress might include:

  • Relaxation activities, such as meditation, guided imagery or breathing exercises.
  • Socializing with friends and loved ones for emotional support during stressful situations.
  • If stress has you craving crunchy foods, reach for lower calorie, healthful foods such as carrots, celery or plain popcorn.
  • Consider seeking professional help. Stress can become debilitating. Counselors and other health care providers can offer treatments to help combat stress.

Source: Barbara Gordon, RDN, LD, Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics


Fresh ‘N Fit’s nutritionally balanced meals are perfect for taking the stress out of mealtime prep. Try us today and use offer code BLOG03JUNE at checkout to get 10% off your first order.

More Fresh ‘N Fit Cuisine Pickup Locations Are Open For Business

We’re excited to announce that many of our pick up locations have reopened their doors. As we continue to venture back outside, make sure your fridge is stocked up with your favorites from our PaleoLow CarbVegetarianGluten FreeKeto and Healthy Mix menus and pick up your meals from one of the following locations around Atlanta:

Acworth
Georgia Fitness – 3362 Acworth Summit Blvd NW, (678) 973-0635

Alpharetta
Burn Boot Camp – 5950 North Point Pkwy, (770) 856-0327

Athens
X3 Sports – 2026 S Milledge Ave, (706) 510-6025

Atlanta
CrossFit Atlanta – 1730 Taylor St NW, (404) 355-4500
X3 Sports – 240 North Highland Ave NE, (678) 903-0100
X3 Sports – 1092 Huff Rd NW, (678) 903-0100

Braselton
Infinity Healing Center – 32 Johnson Dr, (706) 654-7118

Covington
Alcovy Fitness & Wellness – 10100 Alcovy Rd, (770) 385-8550

Conyers
The Fit Factory – 2200 Salem Rd SE, (770) 285-6290
Natural Path Health Food Store – 2133 Hwy 20, (770) 760-0433

Cumming
Burn Boot Camp – 5955 Bethelview Rd, (770) 855-5231
Cumming Strength & Fitness – 533 Canton Hwy, (678) 883-2146
Workout Anytime – 1485 Peachtree Pkwy, (678) 947-0905

Dallas
CrossFit Allatoona – 1305 Cedarcrest Rd, (404) 477-4031
Premiere Team Fitness – 80 Seven Hills Blvd, (678) 883-5525

Decatur
Club Pilates – 1605 Church St, (404) 883-3397

Dunwoody
Fitness Together – 5482 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd, (770) 351-9111

Fayetteville
CrossFit Maximum Capacity – 122 Kenwood Rd, (678) 561-5264
Ultimate Fitness – 922 Hwy 85, (770) 461-6711

Grayson
Bodyplex – 2445 Moon Rd, (770) 277-1770

Hiram
Bodyplex – 76 Highland Pavilion Ct, (770) 439-7539

Lawrenceville
Workout Anytime – 2133 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Rd, (678) 323-1595

Mableton
CrossFit West Cobb – 770 Fontaine Rd SW, (770) 265-6930

Marietta
X3 Sports – 2349 Windy Hill Rd SE, (678) 903-0100
Warrior Pride Fitness – 3405 Dallas Hwy, (678) 236-9739

McDonough
Gold’s Gym – 1090 Regency Plaza Blvd, (770) 957-0804

Milton
Workout Anytime – 13800 Hwy 9, (678) 566-3080

Newnan
Bodyplex – 60 Thomas Grace Annex Ln, (770) 683-2639

Norcross
Tapout Fitness – 5770 Peachtree Industrial Blvd., (678) 359-6455

Peachtree City
CrossFit Shakerag – 611 Hwy 74 South, (470) 264-0070
The Herb Shop – 225 Commerce Dr, (770) 632-1101

Sandy Springs
Formwell Fitness Coaching – 7840 Roswell Rd, (770) 804-1898

Suwanee
No Excuses CrossFit – 305 Shawnee N Dr, (770) 783-0753

Stockbridge
Gold’s Gym – 200-250 Business Center Dr, (678) 565-8682

Stone Mountain
Mountain Park Fitness – 5385 Five Forks Trickum Rd, (770) 381-0077

Winder
Fit For Adventures – 339 Atlanta Hwy SE, (678) 963-5598


This is not a complete list of all of the locations that are now open for business, so if you’re not sure whether your regular pick up location is back, please give our Customer Service team a call at 678-208-0341.

If you’re back in your gym and looking for some post-workout healthy meals, try Fresh ‘N Fit today and use offer code BLOG28MAY at checkout to get 10% off your first offer.

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