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 [...]
Dubbed “The Best Workout in the World®,” Barry’s Bootcamp will shock your body into shape and weight loss during its hour-long workouts. Creating enviable bodies for A-list celebrities, models, athletes, and even mere mortals since 1998, this workout both improves cardiovascular fitness and works on building muscles during intense hour-long classes through 25-30 minute cardiovascular treadmill routines and 25-30 minutes of strength training with free weights, resistance bands [...]
As anyone who has trained for a race during a Boston winter knows, it can be a wet, chilly, snowy, icy, ankle turning experience. Though all who survive it wear it as a badge of honor, MyStryde founder Becca Skudder has come up with a better way. Becca took her passion for running to create MyStryde, a treadmill fitness class that provides a fun, motivating, and exciting [...]
Originally founded as a training gym for boxers, Peter Welch’s Gym has evolved into a community center where boxing newbies can train alongside world-class fighters. This old school boxing gym is located in a South Boston warehouse, and offers strength, conditioning, and technique classes for fitness enthusiasts of all ages and levels. Put your boxing gloves on to start learning from the highly skilled, hands-on coaches at Peter Welch's Gym, [...]
- By Caroline Callahan Janson
Get ready, get set, row! In case you’ve been tuned out of fitness world chatter of late, rowing may be one of the fastest growing workouts around. And CityRow, the clean, well-lit studio on the Upper East Side, is one of New York’s top spots to get acquainted with how and why rowing works.
Owner: Helaine Knapp