Solo Reformer Instruction
60 Minutes $80
45 Minutes $60
30 Minutes $40
Group Training Sessions
60 Minutes $50
45 Minutes $40
30 Minutes $30
*Group Classes are available solely at the MBS Fitness King William Location
You can get a variety of great workouts at MBS Fitness, but that's only part of being healthy, which is why we're pleased to announce our expanding partnership with Zedric's gourmet to go meals. Zedric's offers a full range of healthy, chef prepared, prepackaged meals complete with nutritional information on the side of each microwave safe container. We've been selling their meals to go at out King William location for a while, and now offer
their unique cuisine to our clients and members at Alamo Heights. So, whether you need a quick, healthy breakfast, a fresh salad, or even a delicious, protein packed dinner, make sure to stop by MBS for some clean, healthy, fuel to go!
MBS personal trainer Candice: "As all of my clients know, squats are one of the most important exercises to do and learn. We all have limited time in the gym, so make your exercises count! Even though you are working primarily on your leg muscles, squats also promote toning around your entire body.
Why do I love them? A more toned and lifted bum! If you want a rear to be proud of then squat, squat, squat!
Need an easy tip to make sure you're squatting in proper form? Keep your toes up in your shoes. This will ensure your body stays properly balanced and you'll feel yourself working harder from the back of your legs which prevents stress on your knee joint!"
5025 Broadway (second floor)
San Antonio, TX 78209
In the heart of Alamo Heights, just north of Central Market and next door to Cappy’s Restaurant, our original location is a full-service fitness center featuring Pilates equipment, a cardio room, and a licensed massage therapist. Amenities include shower rooms, towel service, free wi-fi, and sports drinks.
1115 S. Alamo (in the St. Benedict’s Lofts)
San Antonio, TX 78210
Located three blocks north of the Blue Star development, our flagship location in Southtown provides two spaces available for classes or personal workouts. The lower level gym features a wide spectrum of cardio machines, free weights, weight machines, yoga mats, medicine balls and more. The solar and lunar studios upstairs offer power yoga, restorative yoga, hot yoga, Acroyoga, Vinyasa flow, yoga for lunch, BYOB karma yoga, Pilates and Combat Kung Fu. Amenities include access to the St. Benedict’s pool (no guests and BYO towel), shower rooms, and towel service, plus nearby access to the popular San Antonio River trails, ideal for outdoor running and walking.
MBS trainers and instructors are available for private consultations and sessions at your home in the greater San Antonio area. Contact us for more details.
-Fun and safe for all ages and ability levels.
-Its focus is teaching fundamentals to assure good form, safety, best results, injury prevention, and good habits for a lifetime of fitness success.
-Close attention will be paid to form and mechanics all in a fun and educational environment! (max. 12 kids/class)
- Sport and athlete specific class to improve performance for any age or sport.
- Group classes will be small for sport focus and groups must be of similar age and sport performance.
- Programming to become stronger, faster, more explosive, more agile, more powerful, more balanced, and more flexible.
- Learn to eat better to get more out of your performance and recovery.
- Classes to be held by appointment at MBS Fitness Alamo Heights or Crossfit Mind Body Soul (max 2-8 kids/class)
- Athletes of all ages, levels, and sport will benefit from this class. Fast or slow, speed can be developed.
- Speed is the most dangerous weapon in any sport and can make any athlete in any position a stronger and more forceful player.
- Focus on sprint speed, top-end speed, mechanics, and efficiency.
- Programming built to ensure you become a faster athlete in any sport from warmup to mechanics to recovery.
- Class to be held at Alamo Heights Junior School Field (Up to 12 kids/class)
3 classes per week $70
flexible drop in rate $25/class
Phase one of our expansion to MBS King William is complete, and we'd like
you to join us on Thursday, July 22 from 6 to 9 p.m. to help celebrate. So
come out and enjoy a yoga wear trunk show, tour our new facility, mingle
with friends, and meet our new instructors and trainers. Appetizers and
drinks provided. See you there!
While it may be best to add new movements and new activities to your program, you can also get some benefit by simply altering your set and rep scheme. Next time you're in (and after going through a thorough warmup) try a 5 x 5 routine, which should result in far greater loads than your accustomed to for your 10 rep sets. This simple adjustment will definitely make your next workout a bit more challenging, and hopefully spark your enthusiasm for other tweaks to your program.
First of all let's be clear: I love breakfast. I mean love breakfast. That goofy, tail-wagging dance your oversized Labrador does in the morning just before the kibble hits the bowl? That's pretty much me.
I think about it all night, and make sure to get up early enough in the morning to prepare and fully enjoy it without having to rush out the door. And all that makes a huge difference, and often sets the tone for the rest of the day. Bottom line: a solid, tasty, nutrient rich breakfast makes me happy, and gives me everything I need for my extra-early, super-busy mornings.
That's not to say you have to eat breakfast. You can skip it entirely and still meet all your caloric, nutritional, and body composition goals. It's really a preference thing, as this recent article pointed out.
That aside, if you love morning eats and have a busy day ahead, then I've got an awesome recipe for you. I've actually got several, but this is one of my current faves which I tend to rotate in several times a week. It's simple, sweet, savory, filling, and so nutrient rich it will make you and your body happy.
So, grab a medium bowl, and throw in the following in the order listed below:
So, why is this such a potent breakfast (or snack)? Because aside from just looking good, nearly every ingredient serves a purpose and packs a punch. And several of the ingredients are straight up superfoods in their own right!
Strawberries (and most berries in general) are high in vitamin C, low in sugar, nutrient dense while calorically light, and among the top 20 foods in antioxidant capacity. In fact, you can eat two full pounds of strawberries for less than 300 calories. Seriously! Think about that next time you're actually hungry and reach for one of those tiny little food bars.
Cacao nibs (the raw, potent, unprocessed origins of chocolate) are pretty much the superfood of the year, high in fiber and magnesium with more antioxidants and flavonoids than you can shake a stick at. They also naturally contain a bit of caffeine and theobromine - both of which are stimulants - so they can give you a bit of a kick if you need it in the morning. They're nutty, crunch texture is also a nice plus.
Pistachios (and most nuts in general) pack in a hearty dose of positive fats, along with some fiber. Pistachios also pack in B vitamins, trace elements of minerals like copper and manganese, and are also higher in protein than most other nuts. They're striking green color also adds a nice visual touch to anything you put them in.
The cinnamon and toasted coconut chips add in a little flavor, color and texture without corrupting the recipe. And the cheeses sticks are an excellent protein source - you'll get 14 grams of the stuff for only 100 calories - and add a nice, savory touch to compliment the berries.
Even better, you can toss this recipe together in just a few minutes, and easily pack it in your own little bento box to take to work and enjoy later.
So, if you're having trouble getting your day started right, give this powerful recipe a try. It will leave you fueled up, satisfied, and fired up for whatever lies ahead!