4 Ways to Sweat It Out at Suburban Square
Have a case of the post-holiday blues? Between overindulging on turkey and pie and your ever-growing list of gifts left to buy, it’s easy to feel down. But it is the season to be jolly after all and there’s a super simple way to get your happy fix—a good old endorphin-boosting activity. In the spirit of the season, we’re sharing with you the suburbs best-kept secret and the perfect place to cure your holiday hangover, sweat it out and chip away at that lengthy gift list—Suburban Square. With more than 60 retail, dining and workout spots (like the hit list below!), the Main Line retail mecca has everything you need to get your sweat sesh/shopping spree started off right.
First things first—you’ve got to look good, so head into to Lululemon to suit up in a cute and comfy workout ensemble or snag a gift for your fitness-crazed friend. You will not be able to leave without a pair their super soft leggings—their flattering booty/leg-shaping powers are unbelievable.
That’s right—everybody’s favorite spiritual cycling class is available at Suburban Square. Secure a spot in one of their five classes a day (6AM-7PM), seven days a week. Pro tip—it’s situated right next to Drybar so you can keep the multitasking going and get a post-spin blowout without missing a beat.
The dreamiest fitness destination has made its way to Ardmore—Life Time Athletic. With more than 100 group classes offered each week, a massive gym floor (you’ll never need to wait for a treadmill again!) and a co-working space, salon, spa, childcare, recovery clinic, and café onsite—it’s so much more than a gym. Plus, it’s walking distance to West Elm, Ann Taylor, Apple and more.
Not group class type of person? Take a stroll through the massive array of shops instead. A three hour or more walk throughout all of Suburban Square’s 360,000 square feet could burn upwards of 400 calories. Shopping can truly be your new cardio.
Calling all fitness lovers—spend a day at Suburban Square trying out new fun-filled workout classes and getting your shop on.This is a paid partnership between Suburban Square and Philadelphia Magazine