Lindsay Febres

Hagerstown, MD 21740

I am a group and private yoga instructor based out of Hagerstown, MD. I am a certified yoga teacher, RYT-200. I tailor power vinyasa (flow) sequences to individual goals, including flexibility, improved balance and focus, strength training, and weight loss/management.

About Me

Degrees

  • Bachelor's Degree, psychology, UMUC

Certifications / Trainings

Yoga Alliance - RYT 200 (Registered Yoga Teacher)
request-pending

CPR Certified

AED Certified

Liability Insurance

Lindsay's Locations

Lindsay Febres, RYT-200

Within 25.00 miles of 21740 (Training Radius)

4 Star Athletic Complex

30 Milestone Terrace
Williamsport, MD 21795

Additional Information

Rate

$35.00 / hr

Payment Methods

Cash, Credit Cards

Years Experience

1-2

Awards & Accomplishments

Languages Spoken

English

Gender

Female

2 Ratings

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  • by Marlan Eller on Nov 22, 2011

    Gus,

    You should consider going to acefitness.org and ordering their essentials of exercise science book. I don't know how informed you are about this stuff, my guess would be much more than the average person, obviously!, but the book is a great resource! It's choc full of great knowledge that you would find very useful!

  • by Gus Aguirre on Nov 21, 2011

    Hi Marlen, surprisingly I do not have that issue with foam in my urine. I drink about 1 1/4 gallons of water throughout my whole day. I take my hydration very seriously because of the amount of protein and the fact that I am also taking creatine. Here is my menu for today as an example.

    Meal 1
    4 egg whites
    1 egg whole
    3 oz of shredded chicken breast
    diced tomatoes
    diced onions
    strawberries (1 cup)
    1/2 cup cooked oatmeal

    Meal 2
    2 slices whole wheat
    1 whole can of tuna (white)
    Mustard
    Apple

    Meal 3
    1 cup cooked oatmeal
    2 scoops isopure protein (50g)

    Meal 4
    6 inch turkey sandwhich with double turkey breast meat (subway) no condiments only veggies on wheat bread

    Meal 5
    6-8oz salmon
    1 -2 cups broccoli
    1/2 cup brown rice
    1-2 cups salad greens
    sliced cucumbers
    2tbs of fat free italian dressing

    Meal 6
    1 scoop protein shake isopure (25g)
    2 tbs natural peanut butter

    I am VERY accurate with my food and measure EVERYTHING out. I right down all the information on labels of food that I am consuming and DON'T break my diet Monday-Friday. Because of my diet the protein just adds up and this week I am trying MORE CARBS as I have discussed with people on this thread.

    Seriously thank you for your input, having a resource like this with professionals that actually know what they are talking about is an AMAZING resource to have as I continue to learn myself, so thank you.

    Gus