Month: February 2017

ChaiseFitness

ChaiseFitness

I’m having a hard time defining Chaise Fitness as a studio. They’re not quite Pilates, not solely strength training, and they have dance-y elements but don’t fit into the dance or barre family. The studio, which has 4 locations in Manhattan (Flatiron, 92Y, Upper East […]

Tone House

Tone House

Tone House is known on the streets (and by streets I mean fitness blogs and Yelp) as the hardest workout class in NYC. As a fitness blogger, this information made me anxious yet intent on trying the class. When a fellow fitness instagrammer¬†invited me to […]

Current Fitness

Current Fitness

Rowing classes have become increasingly popular in NYC as of late–studios like Row House and City Row¬†have been popping up left and right. However, Current Fitness distinguishes itself by taking a new, choreography-based approach to rowing. I was hesitant to take a rowing class because […]

Classpass – The Final Months In Review (Part I)

Classpass – The Final Months In Review (Part I)

If you’re an NYC boutique fitness buff, you obviously know by now that Classpass has discontinued its unlimited plan. The decision was announced in November 2016, and while unlimited members were kicked to the 10-class plan, they did give us three months of 20 classes […]

Brooklyn Bodyburn

Brooklyn Bodyburn

Megaformer workouts are all the rage right now – picture a Pilates reformer machine but 10x more intense. The Lagree Fitness method, based around these megaformers, basically kicks Pilates up a notch and fatigues individual muscle groups while adding in cardio elements like mountain climber, […]