Authentic, original, education-based workouts for women of all ages and fitness levels.
Beth Allen knows firsthand how fitness can be life changing. Fifteen years ago, Beth began working out to lose the baby weight after her third child. She realized that she gained way more than the weight she lost.
A regular fitness routine gave Beth a strength she had never known inside and out. She became more confident in her everyday life and found an inner peace and happiness that came from daily workouts. She remembers running down the road one day and thinking to herself, “what if every woman could know this feeling like I do.”
That was 15 years ago—and she has never looked back. Beth began teaching fitness in 2011 and over the years developed THE BASH METHOD, which was created specifically for women’s bodies. She’s constantly challenging herself, personally and professionally, which is what makes her such an effective teacher and motivator.
“Sometimes life gets in the way. People who prioritize workouts, who schedule them into their day, are ultimately the most successful.”
Beth creates weekly programs that are ever changing and keep the body guessing and a little confused so that it will make the changes, women work so hard for in their workouts.
To keep it fresh, she designs her classes around unconventional counts, patterns (exercise classifications) and pyramids (a stepped approach to sets) as well as unique movements with a wide variety of “toys” (equipment). Beth has had great success with women’s bodies in every stage of life from college aged girls to post-menopausal women. She is able to tailor these online programs to meet the needs of a wide variety and levels of fitness.
Areas of expertise include: circuit training, strength training, Stott pilates, spinning/cycling, the bar method, HIIT and personal training. She also recently mastered restorative fitness—a service that helps bridge the gap between physical therapy and mainstream fitness following an injury or surgery.
With a positive outlook on everything she does, Beth is uplifting and one of the biggest cheerleader in the women’s fitness and health field.
Beth prides herself on becoming a motivating presence in her clients’ lives. She has an accountability coaching certification and continues to study exercise science and fitness.
Morning. But when it comes to peak workout time, there’s no one-size-fits-all. “Find which hour of the day works best for you—then stick with it.”
FAVE BODY PART
Abs. A strong core is the human body’s biggest ally. It will help you balance, give you strength in motion and more youthful posture.
In the fitness world, it’s about the ability to really reach people. “I’ve seen fitness act as a catalyst to build confidence—which, in turn, results in a happier, more productive life.”
Live with no regrets. Do it all, say it all, feel it all—because you’ll never get the moments of the past back. When things are hard, the notion of not wanting a regret will push me forward.