Sculpt Fitness Brings Boutique Megaformer Studio to Broad Street 

Center City-ites, rejoice! 

Sculpt Fitness Studio in Northern Liberties | Photo courtesy Sculpt

Sculpt Fitness Studio in Northern Liberties | Photo courtesy Sculpt

The other day, a fitness instructor said these exact words to me: “You have no core.” A teeny bit upsetting? Yes. But the good news is, I know just where to go to fix that problem: Northern Liberties’ Sculpt Fitness, a Megaformer studio known for its 50-minute Pilates-inspired strength-training workouts that will make your abs scream for mercy, just opened the doors to their second studio location, this one bit further south, at 777 South Broad Street. Center City-ites, rejoice!

Owner Stephanie Tolar tells us the new space, which houses 10 Megaformer machines, is actually the first space she fell in love with two years ago when she was scouting locations for the first studio. Alas, the space, which sits right on the edge of both Bella Vista and the Graduate Hospital neighborhood, had a wait-list so she kept looking. Eventually, though, it freed up and she swooped in. And that, my friends, is how Sculpt’s second location was born.

The new studio opened this past Saturday, and Tolar tells us they’re starting with an average of six classes a day, focusing on morning, lunch-hour (Note: Their bathroom is stocked with plenty of dry shampoo, so no need to fear looking like a sweaty mess when you return to the office), and after-work class times. Meanwhile, their Northern Liberties location is closed for renovations; they’re trying to add two more Megaformers to the space, bringing the count to 12, and that requires moving a wall. Tolar says that studio should be back up and running in early fall.

Classes at the studio are $30, but note: Your first class at Sculpt is free through July (just use the promo code 777 when you sign up). You can check out the new location’s full schedule here. Now, here’s to all of us building some serious core strength, am I right?

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