Best Ways to Get a NYC-Style Workout

Getting in a NYC-style workout can be a challenge for busy urbanites. But with so many options available most any time of day, there are few excuses one can come up with to skip a workout. In the city that never sleeps there are gyms, spas, and clubs.

Getting in a NYC-style workout can be a challenge for busy urbanites. But with so many options available most any time of day, there are few excuses one can come up with to skip a workout. In the city that never sleeps there are gyms, spas, and clubs open to work and revitalize your body 24 hours a day. Whether renting a bike, enjoying a spa day, taking a class, or taking a run in a park, making New York City one’s home means always being able to find a way to shape the body. Enjoying the attributes of a NYC-style workout simply means taking a few steps outside of your city home.

Harbor Fitness

Crazy filled days have busy New Yorkers craving to find the time to get a workout in. Open 24 hours on weekdays and accommodating weekend hours, Harbor Fitness is a homegrown club. It first opened its doors in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn in 1991, followed by Park Slope, Mill Basin, and their newest in Marine Park. In business for over 25 years, this fitness club certainly has mastered the NYC-style workout. Check out their exclusive Train for Life and Eat for Life programs, along with group fitness classes, boxing program, and their yummy smoothie bar. Even buy your stylish workout apparel at their pro shop. A soothing sauna is available in the men’s and women’s locker rooms at all locations and the day time hours offer childcare.

Citi Bike

A quick way to get from your homebase uptown to an appointment downtown, or a fun weekend workout, Citi Bike offers bikes to rent from hundreds of stations throughout New York. Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, New Yorkers 16 years and older can rent a bike from any kiosk and then return it to any other station they want. Pricing is made to fit any lifestyle with options of an annual membership to a seven-day access pass, as well as a 24-hour access pass for those wanting to check it out or who are visiting the city for the day. The bikes even have front baskets installed to accommodate shopping stops.

Juvenex Spa

Balancing work, home, school, play, and more, it seems that women are often left with putting their own body’s needs on hold. Juvenex Spa has opened its doors to providing spa amenities 24 hours a day to help women get back into action with lovely treatments and soaking tubs. The charming Midtown location is easy to get to for all calling New York City home. Daytime hours for the soaking tubs are dedicated to female patrons, although men can still enjoy a rejuvenating treatment in comfortable rooms away from the ladies-only day spa area. Take a day to get the body back in shape with a seaweed facial, pumpkin peel, or cherry peel facial. Also available are back and breast facials, hydrating seaweed wraps, fango mud wraps, massages, reflexology, hydromassage, Thermo-Stone Massage, and spa hand and spa foot rejuvenation. From 5 p.m. until 7 a.m., Juvenex opens its doors to couples for some together time of relaxation and pampering.

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Carol Ruth Weber writes on interests relevant to today's dwellers in society from decor to health, beauty and fashion as well as green living and DIY. Carol began her career as a Theatrical Costume and Set Designer and segued into the world of Interior Design. Along the way Carol honed her skills as both an Interior Designer and Life Designer.Carol has been taken into service by individuals and businesses to assist clients with the daily battles to find enough time in every day to do all that is needed to do in order to enjoy their life and to be happy with their surroundings providing subjects for her many published pieces. Carol is known for her thoughtful and insightful views as well as being an on-air expert for eHow and SFGate.Read Carol's many articles focusing on Decorating, Fashion, Beauty, Art, Pets, Lifestyle and General News published on Examiner.com. Her talented approach to life through writing can also be seen on statewide CBSlocal.com sites as well as for a number of other publications including Yahoo and Care.com. Enjoy following Carol's blog for her insightful look at the world. Carol's mission through her writing is to dance people towards results to achieve peace in their surroundings! Carol Ruth Weber may be contacted at weberlifedesign.com.

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  1. ria singhy
    January 25, 2018

    nice

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