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Happy Monday!

Learn from the Past, but don’t live in it!

Here are 3 Key Takeaways for this week’s Podcast (Monday Motivation):

  1. When we put our past on a pedestal, thinking about how good it used to be, we minimize our current life. Not focusing attention to the here and now is only going to continue to make our current reality worse. 
  2. When we look back at “better times,” we practice selective memory and focus on the positives of a time period. Yet at every point in our life, there has been good, bad and ugly. 
  3. TODAY…This YEAR…is all we have. The past is over and the future has not happened yet. Do as much as you can to change your mind, environment, physical Being–and whatever else you feel is holding you back–in order to enjoy TODAY as much as possible.

Get insights & motivation about making the most out of today, overcoming Self Doubt & more on Joe’s NEW podcast – Man Over Mind. While it’s specifically designed for men, anyone can find tremendous value. In fact, the feedback from our female audience so far has been overwhelmingly positive! 


What’s Cooking?

Tilapia Packets with Squash Noodles are a great way to enjoy more fish in your diet. Prepackaged squash noodles keep prep time to a minimum.
If you want more veggies, I suggest some steamed broccoli or roasted asparagus.

Tilapia Packets with Squash Noodles

Recipe inspired by one from savoryonline
Makes 4 servings

  • 1/4 cup olive oil
  • 1/4 cup chives, chopped
  • 3 tbs fresh parsley, minced
  • 1 tbs fresh thyme, minced
  • 1 lemon, for zesting and slicing
  • 2 (12 oz) pkgs summer squash noodles (yellow & zucchini)
  • 1/8 tsp each of salt, pepper, powdered garlic, and powdered onion, for each packet
  • 4 (6 – 8 oz) tilapia fillets
  • 1/8 tsp salt and pepper for each tilapia filet
  1. Preheat oven to 400°F. In a small bowl, stir together the oil, chives, parsley, and thyme. Zest half of the lemon into bowl.
  2. Tear 4 large squares (at least 16″ x 16″) of parchment paper. Divide the noodles and place in the center of one half of each sheet. Season the noodles with the salt, pepper, garlic and onion powders.
  3. Top the seasoned noodles with the tilapia fillets. Season each tilapia filet with the salt & pepper. Spoon herb mixture over fish, dividing equally. Thinly slice the partially-zested lemon and place lemon rounds on top of the herb mixture.
  4. Fold the unused half of the parchment over fish. Fold edges and roll tightly to seal. Place the tilapia packets on a baking sheet and bake 14–15 min., until fish is cooked through.
  5. Plate the tilapia packets. Open them carefully–the steam will be hot!


What’s Cooking?

We all love snacking. Just like all other food categories, there are not-so-great options and great options.
Hummus can be a great option, as long as you watch how much you eat. Some brands can be very high in fat and calories, and all are high in carbs. Carbs are not necessarily a bad thing–especially when they come from legumes, which are very nutritious and high in protein and fiber.

But for those times when you want a lower carb snack here’s a great idea: CARROT HUMMUS. Yep, you read that right! Cooked carrots, when substituted for chickpeas, make a tasty, satisfying low-carb snack!  Try it and see if you don’t like it just as much as traditional hummus!

Carrot Hummus

Recipe from savoryonline
Makes 8 servings

  • 1 lb carrots; peeled and thinly sliced
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 3 tbs fresh lemon juice, divided
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp ground cumin
  • 3 tbs tahini
  • 3 tbs extra virgin olive oil
  • 2 tbs finely chopped cilantro
  • celery sticks, pepper snow peas, cauliflower, radishes, or cucumber for dipping
  1. In a microwave-safe bowl, combine the carrots and ⅓ cup water. Cover with plastic wrap, poke a few holes in it for venting, and microwave 4–5 minutes until the carrots are very tender. Uncover and cool slightly.
  2. To a food processor, add the carrots along with the liquid in bowl. Add the garlic, 2 tbs of the lemon juice, salt and cumin. Pulse until mostly smooth, stopping and scraping bowl occasionally. Add the tahini and ulse until incorporated. With processor running, drizzle in the oil until smooth, adding an additional 1 tbs warm water if necessary.
  3. Taste. Season with salt and remaining 1 tbsp lemon juice, if desired. Transfer to a serving bowl and garnish with cilantro. Serve with vegetables.
Notes: If you want to add a little heat to your hummus, add 1/4 tsp cayenne or 1 tbs chopped jalapeno in Step 2


Happy Monday!

Here are 5 Key Takeaways for this week’s Monday Motivation about Vulnerability:

  1. To love yourself is to be vulnerable.
    a. You may not love yourself and if that’s the case, that’s okay. Many times we see ourselves the least clearly of anyone. The actual reality is that you’re pretty fucking amazing–you just aren’t giving yourself enough credit!
    b. Just as you would spend time doing any other task, take time to reflect on all that you do each day for yourself and others. Then appreciate it.

2. When you can own your shit, there is nothing anyone can do to you. You become invincible.

3. When people say mean stuff, it’s on them not you. Their lack of humanity is not your problem. You can’t fix/change them anyway, so don’t waste any energy caring about it.

4. When you start to feel uncomfortable about something, face it:
a. Identify what it is you fear and struggle with
b. Find objectivity

5. The vulnerability game like everything else is a practice. Be patient with yourself.

Check out Joe’s NEW weekly podcast on the topic of Vulnerability and much more at the following link.
Under “Step 1,” you’ll find a direct link to the podcast on Apple, Google and Spotify! Enjoy!

Core strength is one of the most important part of your fitness as it helps protects your spine & low back as well as supports your posture. One of the best ways to train your core is through dynamic stability movement where you add movement as you hold a position. Pictured here is a Hollow Sweeper where you hold a hollow position with your shoulders lifted, chin tucked, ribs down, focusing on breathing into your low back then once you add the position, to “sweep” your arms overhead up/back, slow and under control.

At IN30 Fit, we make sure to hit your core everyday in a different way.

If you’re looking into personal training or to get back into a gym, send us an email to set up your first workout FREE!

Here at IN30 Fit, our Tequesta & Jupiter based clientele are like family!

When you come into our gym, whether you workout with a family member or friend, within minutes you’ll find yourself connected to fellow members!

What You Can Look Forward to:

-No judgement.

-Family like atmosphere

-Like minded people who don’t care who you are or how you look

-No competition among members: While the collective group personal training energy is enough to power a small city, no one is competing against each other. It’s YOU vs YOU.

If you’re looking to get back into a fitness routine and a safe + friendly gym where you’re a part of a family, not just a number, come see us!

We are located on 304 Tequesta Drive in Tequesta, just over the bridge Jupiter.

Email us now to set up a free class!



Tequesta / Jupiter Personal Training Clients

We are laser focused on keeping our workout/gym/fitness environment as sanitized and safe as possible due to COVID19.

Here are a few things we are doing:

-Require sanitization upon entry.

-Limit the amount of people in our gym lobby and in our overall gym – 50% capacity.

-We are taking social distancing very seriously. Each member gets their own 6 x 6 space, 8 feet away from the next person.

-Everyone is required to sanitize whatever equipment they use.

Here are what a few of our Jupiter / Tequesta members had to say since we reopened:

“Its comforting to know everything is sprayed down after use.”

“I dont feel like anyone is breathing anywhere near me…everyone is so far away but its great to be out in the world with people in a safe way!”

“The gym is cleaner than ever!”

Due to our gym capacity, space is limited but we do have some openings! Email us ASAP if you’d like to reserve a spot .


We Are OPEN! 

What We Are Doing To Keep You Safe

1. Controlled Experience From Entry To Exit:

  • We are limiting the amount of people in the lobby to 4 once, so if you see 4 or more in the lobby when you are walking in, please wait outside for people to pass through.
  • As soon as you walk in, there will be sanitizer, we are asking that EVERYONE uses it.
  • We are asking everyone to put their shoes on, on the workout floor in their own space rather than in the lobby.
  • We are keeping our lobby door open and our back door (near bathroom) propped open to limit regular touching of handles.
  • For any membership/billing question, please email we will handle it there (please do not message on facebook as it can be very hard to track).
  • We will take care of what we can via email otherwise call you asap.

2. 8 FEET APART Social Distancing – Stationary Shred:

  • You’ll get your own equipment & your own space, 8 feet apart!
  • There will be designated spaces for each individual with the equipment needed for the workout, labeled “Beginner,” “Moderate” & “Advanced.”

3. Heighten Sanitization & Cleaning:

  • Sanitizer stations upon entry.
  • We are requiring ALL members to clean the equipment they used after use.
  •  There will be 14 spray bottles, 9 trash cans and plenty of paper towels and/or wipes.
  • We’re getting two sinks in the studio! One will arrive within next week, another first week of June.
  • Coaches will be cleaning in between workout times  and we have a cleaner who will be cleaning daily!

4. Knocking Out Stress With Your Own Gloves!

  •  No more sharing gloves OR wraps so you will need your own pair of each.
  • We are selling our used – DISINFECTED gloves for $15. Note, we had a professional company come in and disinfect these gloves.
  • We will be running a sale and putting in a big order this week or you can bring your own!
  • Boxing will start back June 2nd so we have plenty of time for everyone to get their own gloves.
  • Boxing will only and always be Tues/Thursdays only so you always know what days you’ll need your gloves.

5. NO Contact:

  • We are digitizing all forms so you can access your phone.
  • As soon as you come in, you will have a key tag where you’ll scan to check into studio. Note, signing up ahead of time is to reserve your time, checking in upon entry is to checkin.
  • Until we have the scan tags, please sanitize your hands after checking in on the ipad.
  • There will be verbal cueing only.

6. Additional Start Times and all times spaced one hour apart.

7. Required B.Y.O.M. & towel.

You will be required to bring your own mat or towel to lay on.

8. Continued Online LIVE Coaching & Regularly Updated Membership Website.

9. Advanced Scheduling & Membership Changes

  • You will be required to sign up ahead for on mindbody – no walkins.
  • Please arrive 15 minutes early so there is plenty of time.

10. In & Out!

We’re going to continue to have fun during your time in the studio and outside of workout times with scheduled social distancing – socials, but we will be keeping people moving after their workout time to keep everyone safe.

11. Foam Rolling:

  • While we will not be providing foam rollers or balls for the near future, you are welcome to bring your own to use before the scheduled start time.
  • We will also have some for purchase.

12. Clean & Sanitize Air Flow

  • All of our fans have been thoroughly cleaned and we will continue to do so.
  • We are working with our landlord to look into additional precautions for our air conditioning system.

13. COVID19 Liability Waivers: 

14. We are NOT requiring you to wear a mask when you exercise as its very dangerous for several reasons. Please see this video Joe did with WFSB Channel 3:

If you have any questions or concerns, comment below or email us