I tested out four different fitness concepts in October 2017 — here’s the rundown of it all (and which ones I recommend!).
Category: Fitness Classes
This week, we have 42-year-old Joe O’Leary — a writer, musician, stage performer, and runner chasing PRs in every distance, from the marathon, to the 10k, in New York City.
On Wednesday night I attended Chelsea’s new BFX Studio launch party, celebrating with an evening of complimentary classes, private training sessions, cocktails and giveaways. Of course, I signed up for a class–because, why not?–and chose the 7:15pm Fusion Ride with Juan. Split into two parts, the first half of the class was in the spin studio, then
A few months back, I wrote a feature for Blood, Sweat & Cheers about a pay-what-you-can bootcamp in New York City (because not everyone who works out can afford Lululemon tops and SoulCycle spinning classes). The founder of The People’s Bootcamp, Adam Rosante, was great and answered my questions about the class with a turnaround
Through the many perks of my job, I was invited to try out a new fitness class that’s sure to gain some popularity among dance and Zumba enthusiasts. Jumping Lifestyles on Broadway off Canal Street in New York City is a new trampoline studio offering customized workouts using individual “jump stations” (aka, trampolines with pogo