Detox & Reset for SXSW

Need some help hanging in there day after day during SXSW? Have you been indulging a bit too much with cocktails and treats? Well here are some helpful hints to maintain your stamina and feel your best during this week of fun.


1. Hydrate

Having a cup of warm lemon water in the morning will help pull out the toxins from the night before. If you don't have this concoction then just get lots of water in your system. Coconut water is great option as well to replace electrolytes that have been lost.


2. Replenish

Make a green smoothie to start your day. Add lots of hydrating fruits and greens. Don't forget to add your Great Lakes collagen for an extra healing and restorative ingredient and keep plenty of healthy fats as well. Healthy fats like coconut oil, avocados, olive oil keep your bile thin so that your body may carry out toxins easier.


3. Sweat

Get to a cardio, or any fitness class, and just move so you can sweat the toxins out from the night before. I know this is the last thing you want to do but it's the best way to reset the damage and feel better.


About the Author

Jennifer McCamish is the owner of Dancers Shape, a Pilates and barre fitness studio in Austin, Texas. A former NYC Radio City Rockette with over 30 years of dance experience and training from legendary institutes around the country, McCamish has worked or performed with many well-known celebrities, television shows and publications. Utilizing her professional knowledge and education, she created Dancers Shape, a unique approach to fitness, incorporating elements of ballet, yoga, Pilates and circuit training to efficiently build strength and muscle tone while maintaining a lean and nimble body. McCamish holds a BA in Dance from the University of Texas in Austin, Athletic Training in Injury Prevention for Dancers from Radio City Entertainment, is a STOTT PILATES Certified Instructor including Injuries and Special Populations, Cooper Institute Certified Personal Trainer, IDEA Fitness and Wellness member, and is certified in CPR-First Aid. She is a certified instructor including injuries, special populations and golf conditioning. Read more about Jennifer.