Between beachside spin down the Shore, fitness fests in the city and plenty of running fun around town, you’ve got lots of fun ways to sweat (and refuel) this month. Take your pick!
If you’re looking to ways to fill your calendar this month, we’ve got plenty, from the classic (hey, Broad Street Run) to the truly unique (lookin’ at you, farm animal yoga and beer-fueled bullet journaling gatherings) to the nostalgic (did someone say summer camp for ADULTS?!). Check out our top 10 fitness and foodie picks for the month below.
A farmers’ market on fleek (are the kids still saying that?), a donut-fueled 5K, an open streets run: That’s just a handful of the fun April has in store for you. There’s a ton of fitness and foodie fun (much of it free!) to be had this month, so read up, then plan accordingly.
This weekend is particularly filled with fitness fun, so mark your calendars, make the proper arrangements and take it easy at happy hour this Friday — you need to be fresh for the weekend ahead! Here, your guide to having a fitness-filled weekend in Philly. Read more »
It’s that time again, friends: Time to fill next month’s calendar chock-full of events that will keep you movin’. Find our top picks for where to sweat — and a few events to chow down at — below.
Wellness fiends, take note: Local healthy-eating gurus Jess Baumgardner (you might know her from Instagram, where she resides as @healthcoachphilly) and Kate Van Horn (again, you healthy eaters out there have probably spotted her on Instagram at @she_be_kale_in_it) have teamed up to create Philly a wellness fest called the GOOD Festival, coming up at Fishtown’s Skybox Events on Saturday, April 22nd.
The Manayunk bike race, most recently known as the Philadelphia International Cycling Classic, will not be run in 2017. The race posted the news on its website on Friday morning.
The race sponsors passed along a statement from the City of Philadelphia: “Regrettably, even after extensive fundraising efforts, we were not able to find enough sponsors interested in covering the $1 million cost of the bike race to host it this year. While we are disappointed, we remain committed to working with Councilman Jones as well as the East Falls, Roxborough and Manayunk commercial corridors on other events, including a Free Streets event in that area.” Read more »
Happy allllmost new year, friends! Here to help you kickstart your health and wellness game as you head into 2017, we’ve got our top picks for fitness and foodie events around Philly this January, from a dog-friendly yoga class (say whaaat?) to a workout streak to a resolution run, and more. Read up, then start filling in the blank spots on your calendars!