FIT5: Hamptons Edition with Madeleine Murphy of the Montauk Juice Factory


If you haven’t yet heard the buzz about Montauk Juice Factory, the fresh pressed, beachy inspired juices sold out in Montauk, we suggest you head over right away. We recently had the chance to catch up with the woman behind the healthy and delicious juices, Madeleine (Madi) Murphy, and got the inside scoop on what this juicer eats out East.


In Madi’s words:

I love working out and eating well because it is an addictive feeling to do something great for your body; however I know I will only do something if it is easy, enjoyable and sustainable. I love workouts that fit into my daily routine easily and take place outdoors (swimming) or that make me feel like I'm learning a skill (boxing) or having fun while doing it (aerial yoga) or all three (surfing!) I'm the same way about eating well- it has to easily work into my sometimes chaotic schedule, be enjoyable and leave me feeling awesome and satisfied. That is one reason I am so passionate about green juice and the grab-and-go goodness it provides. I also really believe in enjoying life everyday and part of that means the joy of indulgences and enjoying every guiltless moment.

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FIT 5: 5 Days in the Life of Emily Mara of AKT in Motion

This week, we were fortunate enough to get a glimpse into the life of AKT in Motion’s, Emily Mara. Emily trains clients for 2-3 hours each day in NYC and the Hamptons, so it is important for her to eat light yet nutrient-packed meals to keep her energized. Read on for some healthy inspiration from this fitness powerhouse.

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Thai Quinoa Bowl by Sakara Life

As the summer heats up, the last thing you want to do is hover over the stove. Luckily our friends at Sakara Life gave us a solution. This colorful, flavorful and fresh recipe is just what we plan to whip up tonight. 

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Four Ways to Get Back To Your SELF This Summer

Randi Zinn

Finding Yourself- it’s a phrase that sounds cliché to most, but what’s underneath it will never go out of style. I have literally built a community for Moms called Beyond Mom, encouraging Moms to continue an ongoing relationship with themselves even when they swim in the deep end of mothering, building businesses, navigating marriages and trying desperately hard to stay healthy. What I love about what I preach is that it’s actually a practice for everyone- men, women, for people old and young. If we are not grounding ourselves daily with activities that remind us of who we are at our core, we easily forget what makes us tick! So here are four of my favorite tips to re-engage with your SELF this summer:

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