Congrats on your marathon or half marathon finish! Philly fitness studios and spas want to help you celebrate with free or discounted classes and services to help you recover. Here, seven sweet options to do just that. Read more »
Sorry to spring some last-minute lunch plans on you like this, but trust me — it’s worth it. Today and tomorrow, the folks behind Pure Fare and AGNO Grill are soft-launching their Asian takeout window concept, Yoku, with $5 meals all day long. Both days, the deal will run from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., or until they’re sold out. Read more »
If you’ve always been curious about Lithe Foods, the in-house meals and snacks from Lithe Method, but you haven’t yet had a chance to try them out, you’re in luck: The Philly-based fitness empire announced this week that its food line is now available for delivery via on-demand delivery service Caviar. Read more »
We’re really digging all the fun new things going on at Hydro+Pose studio, the new fitness space and hydroponic indoor garden that opened in South Philly in September. This weekend, they’re hosting their first-ever indoor farmers’ market, with plans to offer it every Saturday, well, for the foreseeable future. Read more »
If you wandered along Chestnut Street between 17th and 18th this week, you might have noticed that something was missing: After five years at 1717 Chestnut, RowZone Rittenhouse has moved. Last weekend, the studio officially opened up shop two blocks away in a newer, bigger space at 2006 Chestnut. Read more »
I don’t know about you, but I’m having a really hard time even thinking about the holidays right now, considering it’s 65 degrees and rainy outside. But considering Christmas is just five weeks away (!!!), it’s time to start making the mental shift to all things Yule log and Christmas trees and fireplaces and eggnog. Read more »
UPDATE 3:36 p.m.: Students Run Philly Style’s Broad Street Run registration page is now open.
Nope, that’s not a typo — we are talking about the 2016 Broad Street Run. As of today, charity bibs are now available for runners willing to fundraise. That means a guaranteed spot for next year’s 10-miler. Read more »
Before Kim Nguyen and her husband, Paul, started campaigning for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders back in June, Kim says the couple was super active and healthy: They went to the gym five days a week. They ate well. They made healthy living a priority. But when campaigning picked up and began requiring more and more of their free time, well, “We started eating like crap, stopped going to the gym. Something felt off,” she says.
Kim began to brainstorm ways to balance the demands of the campaign schedule — they volunteer around their full-time jobs — with the need to be physically active. Then, one day, it hit her: They could do both at the same time. Read more »
Breathe in … Breathe out …
That’s all you need to do to make your food taste better, according to fascinating new research out of Penn State. The findings: breathing slowly and evenly helps your nose detect food particles, enhancing the smell and flavor. Read more »