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Getting My Swerve Fitness On with Plum Organics

by Nellie


I might have made mention a couple zillion times on this blog about my incredible love for indoor cycling. Last week I was invited to join Plum Organics for a fun spin class at Swerve Fitness to unveil their new fruit and veggie pouches for babies 6 months and older. This was my first time at Swerve so I was excited–new classes are always an adventure in NYC.


When I arrived there were the cutest center pieces on the tables. I love love love the details when it comes to event planning so I was probably a little bit too excited to see that there were actual vegetables inside of the flowers!



Swerve Fitness Spin Class


Just when I thought I’ve taken all the spin classes in NYC so nothing could really be so different — I find a new concept. Of course we were in a closed dark space on bikes with awesome music, but this one divides you into teams according to colors and your bike location. You ride as a team and compete against the other color teams.


You are measured by how well you can stay on the assigned pace, how fast you go and who was the individual bringing in the most points for your team. It was a tough class but it really keeps you zoned in on how hard you should be working throughout the class. I was happily worn out. I really like this concept for spin!

Plum Organics Breakfast

Plum Organics

After the super intense workout we had an amazing breakfast spread featuring all of the new plum organic products from the Eat Your Colors line. There were savory options that included quinoa and poached eggs to sweet oatmeal options that included mango and toasted coconut as a topping. I love oatmeal so I chose that and it was so so good.

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What’s awesome is that you can use the pouches as a sweet and yummy topping for your breakfast! Who knew!? I’ll definitely be adding them to my oatmeal because it was de-lish!swerve-4586

The eat your colors line comes in 6 colors, check out the fruit combinations!

  • red – beet, apple & red bell pepper
  • orange – peach, pumpkin, carrot & cinnamon
  • yellow – mango, yellow zucchini, corn & turmeric
  • white – apple, cauliflower & leek
  • purple – plum, eggplant, blueberry & sorghum
  • green – pea, kiwi, pear & avocado

Do your kids like fruit and veggie pouches? What kind of fruits do you like in your oatmeal?

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Allie October 31, 2016 - 5:35 am

How cool!!! I never thought about putting this on oatmeal (or anything else for that matter) but it’s a great idea!
You look amazing as usual and just love seeing your smiling face!

Janine Huldie October 31, 2016 - 6:49 am

OK, these look awesome and now I want to try, especially with toasted coconut!! 🙂

kita bryant October 31, 2016 - 8:12 pm

Hate oatmeal but the kids love them. I never tried mixing real fruit in them though. I need to try that tomorrow morning

Tamara November 1, 2016 - 10:39 pm

The fruit and veggie pouches are for 30-somethings too, right??? I totally eat them!
I love the rainbow theme – with the colors and food colors.


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