Weekly Fitspo: a Hike to Charcuterie, Coaching from Serena, Ladder Agility Drills

This  picture is from the upcoming book Olympia Provisions: Cured Meats and Tales from an American Charcuterie, published this fall by Ten Speed Press. Credit: Eric Wolfinger

The fitness content from the around the web that I was inspired by this week:


I really want to do this challenging day-long hike to this amazingly picturesque restaurant in the Swiss Alps (see above). My German, charcuterie-loving husband would love it, too. (bonappetit.com)


Just launched this week, MasterClass offers online classes on a variety of topics from the people who are the best in the world at them. Think photography lessons from Annie Leibovitz, or “the art of performance” from Usher. Or tennis from Serena Williams, which I’ll be signing up for! (masterclass.com)


I’ve been looking for a workout that will help increase my agility on the tennis court, and these ladder drills look like they might do the trick. Now I just need to find a ladder … (q.equinox.com)

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Chrissy Trampedach is a PR & communications pro by day and fitness buff, skiing fanatic, dedicated yogi and wannabe tennis champ by night (and weekend). As a former competitive figure skater, she’s lived a life of training and sports from a young age. Today, she fuels her competitive spirit and drive to challenge her body and mind with USTA tennis, skiing adventures around the world, the SF yoga community and tracking the latest fitness trends. She lives in San Francisco with her husband Tim and their “75-lb lap dog” Enzo.

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