We have a gift for you, fellow Beyoncé fans: Next Tuesday, Be Well Philly’s Summer Yoga Flow class will be set entirely to Beyoncé music. It will be a Flowyoncé class, if you will.
Sometimes, after a killer workout, all you want is a nice cold drink, and we’re not talkin’ water. Lucky for you, you’ve got plenty of options when it comes to getting your boozy workout on around Philly — some of these workouts’ sole goal is to run to booze. Efficient, right? Below, six Philly workouts where you’ll get your sweat and drink on.
Raise your hand if you’ve ever been on a run, sweatier than ever, praying that no one walking by even so much as nods their head at you when, all of sudden, you hear a loud honk and see some guy staring out their car window at you. It’s highly likely this guy also made a loud “Ow-owww” noise or said, “Hey girl, let me talk to you for a minute.” If your hand is raised, a few more questions: Did you enjoy it? Did it give you the creeps? Did it make you want to curl up into a ball and die? We’re asking because Run215 wants to know how you feel about sexual harassment on runs.
We doubt Chip Kelly will be writing up an Eagles-themed workout for you anytime soon (he’s a busy guy, after all), so the next best way to copy an Eagles player’s workout routine? Go to the Northern Liberties Pilates and yoga studio Ploome. Really!
The weight-loss industry has us believing that losing weight fast is a goal worth achieving, but all weight loss isn’t created equal. With fast weight loss comes even quicker muscle loss, which can be detrimental to your health and fitness goals, since muscle is necessary for burning calories. Moreover, weight loss occurs as a result of consistent action over time. What you should be thinking about, instead of losing weight fast, is losing weight without sacrificing muscle. Below, the three key ingredients to help you lose weight without losing muscle mass.
If you’re going to be down the Shore this August, we have one date you’re going to want to mark down on your calendar, stat: Sunday, August 9th. That’s when the first-ever Stone Harbor Surf and Turf 5-Miler is going down, and it’s going to be prettttty different from the 5-milers you’ve run in the past.
Ice cream is simply a must this time of year. You just can’t get quite the same cold, creamy satisfaction from anything else. And why should vegan eaters have to miss out on that? Thankfully, in Philly, you definitely don’t have to. We’ve rounded up 15 eateries in the Philly area where you can grab a scoop of dairy-free vegan ice cream. And given that this week’s forecast is looking hot, hot, hot, we’re guessing you’re going to want to try out some of these treats pronto. Read more »
1616 Walnut Street is about to get a whole lot sweatier. Come October, not one, but two new fitness studios will be setting up shop in the Rittenhouse space: CorePower Yoga, a hot yoga company and CKO Kickboxing, a fitness kickboxing spot. Such convenient neighbors, right? And the separate fitness studios tell us they’re hoping to make the most out of their convenient living situation by working together in some capacity — maybe with crossover deals or special events — in the future.
But before we get too excited about them teaming up, best to know what each studio does best on its own. We chatted with both studios to get the lowdown on what folks can expect once they open their doors, plus where you can try their workouts before that time comes. Check out the full scoop below.
• If you’ve never been able to grasp the skill of waking up early to go sweat your face off (because the snooze button), here: Five folks who force themselves out of bed at the brink of dawn on the regular dish on their fail-proof methods for making it to morning workouts. [Men’s Health]