Wow. Did I have a fun time in San Diego with SHAPE Magazine and Oakley Women. You see, I was lucky enough to be in invited to this private and exclusive event with women who are just as passionate about fitness and a healthy lifestyle as myself. As a trainer, athlete, and chef it is so refreshing to be in an environment with similar people!
Not only did I get to meet some amazing ladies (girl power!) but I got to combine two of my my favorite things together as one. Oakley and SHAPE Magazine! Not only is Oakley one of my favorite brands ever (always has been starting in my competitive snowboarding days- love that Gretchen Bleiler too!) but they encourage the same message I believe in as well. Plus Oakley just represents amazing women athletes and even my girls Karena and Katrina from Tone It Up!
Then there is SHAPE Magazine … we all know how much I love Shape Magazine as I have been lucky enough to be featured 3 times with SHAPE:
So you can only imagine at how thrilled I was to have both Oakley and Shape together as ONE! Heaven in my eyes.
The day was perfect weather. Starting at 9 am all the way through til’ 3. It was jam packed and a wonderful experience. My favorite part was meeting with Oakley to be interviewed to be an upcoming Oakley Brand Ambassador. I was so honored to have the opportunity. I have the passion, the gift of inspiration, and knowledge for what it takes so I was blessed to of been considered to work with a company like Oakley.
I loved meeting (finally in person!) some of the Oakley Team; Lacey Calvert, Chrissy Kay, Erica Hossesini, Marni Sumbai, and the Ladies from the Blonde Boot Camp! This is just to name a few too as all-day I meet extraordinary women. Lacey taught an amazing Yoga Class and Marni sure knows her stuff with Nutrition. The boot camp was also SO FUN.
Below is the re-cap in pictures. Enjoy!
To play along with this amazing community of ladies… use the hash tag – #OakleyWomen and #Shape
Much love, Moni
See you on your next workout!
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