Monthly Archives: November, 2015

FitReserve Studio Spotlight: Vélo-City


For anyone who dreads a spinning leaderboard or a teach-to-the-numbers class Vélo-City has got you covered. Free of monitors and digital displays, the down-to-earth boutique studio has high-energy, music-driven classes that prove you can get an incredible workout without knowing your exact RPMs or torque. Each 45-minute class provides a high intensity cardio workout, along with on-bike choreography that tones your arm and core muscles. The studio is [...]

FitReserve Studio Spotlight: Title Boxing Club


It’s time to fight for your fitness at Title Boxing Club! Whether you’re a Million Dollar Baby in the making or have never hit the bag, this studio will help you to hit your hardest and get the most out of its total body workout. Incinerate calories, tone your core and work out aggression in both the total body boxing and kickboxing classes, and leave with more energy and [...]

Featured Recipe: Warm Potato Kale Salad


- By Alyssa Delmonico, Circuit of Change                                                                   Photo Credit: Diabetic Living Online

There's no doubt potatoes are a staple on most Thanksgiving tables. But instead of heavy mashed potatoes, lighten up with this mouth-watering and vitamin-rich warm potato salad with kale.

Ingredients (serves 2)

3/4 pound (about 6 small) red potatoes, quartered
1 head dinosaur kale, shredded
1/4 cup parsley leaves, chopped [...]

Featured Recipe: Tomato Salad


- By Alycea Ungaro, Real Pilates

Cancer claimed a dear friend of mine last year. She was a tremendous person and also an outstanding cook. I'm truly grateful to have had the years we did together. This year at Thanksgiving we will remember and honor her by sharing one of her beloved recipes.

Thanksgiving can be overly filling. Instead of that bogged down feeling, brighten up [...]

Featured Recipe: Gluten-Free Pumpkin Pie


- By Ksenia Lova, Breakfast Criminals

Even though I didn't grow up with Thanksgiving around, the cozy hominess of the Holiday takes a special place in my heart. Perhaps because it encapsulates the essence of Fall: the contrasts of cold weather and the warming spices, of going inside (physically and metaphorically) and as a result finding more connection (within ourselves and in our communities). 

To me [...]