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Champion Pop Up Shop & Barre Event

June 6, 2019

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Champion Pop Up Shop & Barre Event



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Bring a friend and join us Monday, June 10th at our Wehrle Dr. location for an evening of fitness and fashion.

First, design your own customized Catalyst Fitness Champion apparel in our Pop Up Shop. Then, get your sweat on in one of our two feature Barre classes.

Event Schedule

Champion Pop Up Shop | 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Barre Fitness | 5:30 pm

A hybrid workout class - combining ballet inspired movements with elements of yoga, Pilates, and strength training to provide an amazing total body workout.

Barre Centric | 6:30 pm

A class combining core conditioning, the Lotte Berk Method, yoga, Pilates, and orthopedic stretching to achieve strength, flexiblity and balance.

Space is limited, be sure to pre-register to reserve your spot. Call 716-626-1963 or email

Stop Going Against the Grain!

May 8, 2019

Have you joined the ranks of those saying “No” to toast for fear it will make you doughy?

If so, take a deep breath and repeat the following:


“Bread does not make me fat. Too much food makes me fat.”


In fact, bread can be a terrific source of complex carbohydrates, the body’s preferred source of fuel.


But not just any bread will do.


The Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread?


The trick is to avoid the highly processed bread you find stacked on grocery store shelves.  For the most part, these pre-sliced loaves consist of simple carbs, which digest quickly and skimp on essential nutrients.


To ensure that your bread delivers the dense, desirable nutrition found in the original grain seed, follow these tips:


1.    Select bread that lists a whole-grain ingredient first. Examples: Buckwheat, bulgur, cracked wheat, millet, whole rye, whole wheat.


2.    Don’t be seduced by terms like “multigrain,”“wheat bread” and “organic.” None of these guarantees a whole-grain food.


3.    If the ingredient list is longer than your arm, back away.


4.    If it includes high fructose corn syrup and/or gluten, run.


5.    Make sure your bread crumbles when sliced. You shouldn’t be able to roll it up and use as a Ping-Pong ball in a pinch.


6.    Recognize that bread that goes bad quickly is good. That means it’s preservative-free.


Loaves to Love


If you want to break the freshest, healthiest bread, your best bet is to follow your nose to the nearest bakery.


Below, a few local loaves that get our seal of approval. 

Five Points Bakery

Bread Hive

Elm Street Bakery

DiCamillo Bakery

Whole Foods

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