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Save the Date for Well+Good’s 2015 Fitness Biathlons in NYC, Chicago, and Boston!


biathlon_cyclingWell+Good’s most talked-about fitness event of the year is back, and it’s exploded into a multi-city extravaganza.

biathlonThis year, plan on hitting back-to-back workouts at two top studios then celebrating with us at an amazing healthy after party in these three cities:

+New York City on Saturday, October 17

+Boston on Saturday, November 7

+Chicago on Saturday, November 7

Mark your calendar now, and stay tuned for more details, coming soon!

Until then, check out our amazing Biathlon-inspired workouts you can do at home, here.

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