We selected these seven picks from New York fitness brands—from cute workout tanks to do-gooder fitness classes—that will help you flex your charitable muscles. Check them out now…
The popular cycling studio created this tank that riffs on the “SOUL” logo with a ribbon-shaped wheel.
Available in all studios nationwide and online throughout October, with half the proceeds going to Susan G. Komen for the Cure. $44, www.soul-cycle.com
The Upper East Side’s Exceed Physical Culture is hosting a special edition of its signature full-body interval class Summit on Wednesday, October 23 at 7:00 p.m. All proceeds from the class, co-taught by Mike Jock and James Eichas, will be donated to the Cure Breast Cancer Foundation. Cocktails will follow. $32, www.exceedphysicalculture.com
Beat breast cancer at the barre with these hot pink nubby socks that benefit the EIF Revlon Run/Walk. $16, www.exhalespa.com
Didn’t get a back-to-school yoga mat this fall? Even if you did, you can feel good about buying a new PROlite yoga mat ($78), a hot yoga towel ($60), and more that are part of Manduka’s Go Pink collection. Ten percent of all Go Pink sales go to BreastCancer.org. www.manduka.com
Flywheel is supporting Bright Pink, an organization that helps young women at high risk for breast cancer, with this cute workout tank, sold in studios. $38, www.flywheelsports.com
ChaiseFitness is dedicating the whole weekend of October 19 and 20 to raising funds for cancer education programs. Take a class on either day and 100 percent of your purchase will go towards early-detection education organization Fuck Cancer. $35, www.chaise23.com
Physique 57 and boutique fitness accessory fave Sparkly Soul teamed up to create a shimmery pink headband, with 20 percent of proceeds from sales benefiting the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. The headbands will be available at all Physique studios in New York. $15–17, www.physique57.com
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