Studio Spotlights

Your Fall Playlist

11.01.2019


Nothing motivates us more than amazing tunes to inspire us to run a little faster, cycle a bit harder, lift heavier and just enjoy our workouts more. Which is why we reached out to Emily Lane, Senior Instructor at Turnstyle Cycle & Bootcamp in Boston for her killer playlists.

An occupational therapist by day, Emily has spent the past four and a half years teaching others and [...]

Why You Should Meditate

10.31.2019


In today's hectic and super-charged world, it is more important than ever to take time out for yourself to unplug and recharge. By now you likely have heard that meditating is good for you but did you know that meditation can literally change your brain in eight weeks with consistent practice? 

We reached out to Suze Yalof Schwartz, CEO/Founder of Unplug Meditation, the world's first drop-in [...]

10 Reasons to Try Barre

10.25.2019


Whether you’re looking for your new favorite workout, the opportunity to cross-train for your other workouts, or even a community presence, there are so many incredible reasons for you to try barre! We asked Akiya Brown, The Barre Code’s Manager of Training and Development and a NASM certified personal trainer, to share her top ten reasons for you try barre...check them out below! 

  1. Focus on [...]

Your Thanksgiving Playlist from Fithouse

11.20.2018

Get ready to work off that Thanksgiving meal! There's nothing like good tunes to get your motivated. And this playlist courtesy of Colette Dong, Modality Lead for Fithouse Bounce, will be sure to have you bouncing back into your workout routine. Download it on Spotify today! 

10 Reasons to Warm Up To Cooler Temperatures

11.17.2018

You may have tried hot yoga or other heated workout classes...but what about working out in the cold? That's right, just as the temps are getting colder outside, people are flocking to BRRRN, the first and only cool temperature fitness experience. Here, they share 10 reasons why you should warm up to cooler temperatures.

10. You burn more calories.

Research suggests that frequent [...]