6 Fit Things to Do in Philly This Weekend: Unite Fitness Decathlon, Eastern State Breakout, Zumbathon and More

Photo by Christopher Gabello

Unite Fitness Decathlon | Photo by Christopher Gabello

Just one more day until the weekend, friends! To help you get up and moving, we’re kicking off a new weekly post highlighting our picks for fit events happening around the region. Here, six fun options for getting your sweat on October 10th through 12th.

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Splendid and Ella Moss Sample Sale at Unite Fitness Tonight

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A quick PSA for your spring-wardrobe makeover purposes, ladies: Unite Fitness is hosting a sample sale tonight and tomorrow night featuring clothes from Splendid and Ella Moss. You won’t score gym clothes, per se, but this is even better: Splendid will bring comfy, casual clothes to wear over your gym duds—including their ultra soft tees—and Ella Moss will have the whole Rachel Zoe/boho-chic thing going on, for your weekend or Casual Friday needs.

The brands will set up shop at Unite’s Philly location at 12th and Sansom from 4 to 8 p.m. both nights.

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Unite Fitness Is Giving Away 10 Weeks of Free Workouts

unite fitnessIf your workout routine has been feeling a bit blah lately, pay attention: Philly’s Unite Fitness training studio is running a contest right now to give away 10 weeks of free workouts to one lucky winner.

You’ll have access to one of Unite’s personal trainers for one private session a week, and you can take as many group workouts as you’d like, if you win. You can also choose to go through Unite’s three-phase nutrition program if your eating habits need a little rehab.  The contest is aimed at giving you a swift kick in the pants toward a healthier, happier you.

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Unite Fitness Owner to Meditate
for Two Days

gavin mckay meditateOut Unite Fitness owner Gavin McKay is challenging himself to meditate for two whole days in a campaign that will raise funds for Philly’s largest free public meditation center.

McKay and a team of volunteers from Shambhala Meditation Center are participating in a Sit-A-Thon that will help pay for a new building. According to McKay’s crowd-sourcing page, “our community and programs are growing so much that we need a bigger, more proper space to be able to teach more people the way of meditation started by the original Buddha 3.000 years ago.”

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