You May Also Like

nike air society podcast

How these two mega-successful women channeled (literal) sweat into their career goals

Is catching up on sleep a myth?

You can pay off “sleep debt” by snoozing longer on weekends, a study suggests

Weelicious creator's morning routine

This healthy smoothie hack from the Weelicious creator will save you *so much* time in the morning

Wonder Woman Gal Gadot

5 times Gal Gadot really was Wonder Woman

Well+Good - How to be happier, according to your astrological sign

How to be happier, according to your astrological sign

best ways to wake up early

6 easy ways to wake up earlier—with minimal misery

Barry’s Bootcamp partners with Hu Kitchen at its New York studios


Organic Grain-Free Chicken Tenders post-treadmill? Sounds delish.
Barry's Hu Kitchen
(Photo: Barry’s Bootcamp)

 

After prepping its studios with a meal program last summer, Barry’s Bootcamp is kicking off a new nutritious partnership with popular Paleo-leaning spot Hu Kitchen.

Starting this week, the popular kick-butt workout brand will stock select grab-and-go menu items at both the Chelsea and Tribeca studios.

Menu options include the Organic Primal Kale Salad ($10), sides like Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Stuffed Peppers ($5–8), and full meals like Organic Rotisserie Chicken Breast with Charred Broccoli and Sweet Potatoes ($15).

“It’s really fresh and evolved. The quality is always top-notch,” says Barry’s COO Joey Gonzalez. “We can’t even keep it on the shelves.”

The most popular item? Organic Grain-Free Chicken Tenders ($11), crusted in almond for a crunch that won’t immediately undo the hard work you just put in on the treadmill. —Lisa Elaine Held

For more information, visit www.barrysbootcamp.com

Loading More Posts...

You May Also Like

Wonder Woman Gal Gadot

5 times Gal Gadot really was Wonder Woman

stocksy-daniel-kim-photography-suitcase-with-packed-clothes-and-accessories

These genius packing hacks from flight attendants will make you feel like a travel pro

Is catching up on sleep a myth?

You can pay off “sleep debt” by snoozing longer on weekends, a study suggests

Cook according to your schedule

If you’re going to adopt a single healthy habit, make it one of these

best ways to wake up early

6 easy ways to wake up earlier—with minimal misery

Well+Good - How to be happier, according to your astrological sign

How to be happier, according to your astrological sign