Whether you’re embarrassed about not knowing how to set up your spin bike or afraid to venture into the free weights area of your gym, equipment intimidation is real. It’s human nature that trying something new can be downright sweat-inducing,
A September update. A few weeks ago, I had a lot of fitness plans. New studios to review, interesting classes to take (cardio, yoga and therapy, all in one hour? Sign. Me. Up.) and voilà: lots to share on STRENGTH+Sole. Then,
After the lazy days of summer comes fall. And that means back to school, work and race training. One of the best ways to prevent injury, speed recovery and boost performance is foam rolling. (Plus, it hurts so good.) Check out these
You may think that if you’re a regular at Barry’s Bootcamp or SoulCycle or have run a race recently, you’re in shape. You’re wrong. Welcome to Tone House, the hardest workout in New York City. Bathed in red light, you’ll
What do you do when your favorite capris don’t have a pocket big enough to carry your cash, keys, MetroCard, iPhone with earbuds and anything else that you need to get through your run? Or worse, no pocket at all?
These days, you don’t have to be a fitness instructor to fit in an afternoon sweat session. From traditional and social media to investment banking, some companies are embracing the trend with in-house facilities, instructors, greenmarkets and general health & wellness
One of my favorite parts of writing STRENGTH+Sole is the opportunity to work/work out with the people defining what’s new and next when it comes to fitness. In addition to instructors and studio founders, the “Fit Icon” series is now