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From date spots to next-level avocado toast, this guide's you covered.
First up? A buttered coffee-serving cafe in New York City.
Nearly every sweat style—from barre to boxing.
Plus, they're opening a veggie-only spinoff.
Hold on to your carriages.
Let's talk about sex, baby.
Think: a legal battle bigger than "Cupcake Wars."
And no, it's not the treadmill.
Why not go for a side of mindfulness with your mani?
I have two left feet, but I risked an epic #dancefail to experience the super-fit star's sweat sesh of choice.
Back to the Roots looking to go national after a major victory in NYC.
Yes, that was Kirsty Godso beside you at Barry's.
Equinox hopes to inspire the next generation of sweat superstars to think outside the big-box model when it comes to fitness.
Raw food rockstar Jamie Graber on how to know when to walk away from something that was everything you ever wanted.
"You really need to create a tribe, a bonfire effect in your life that gives you the momentum to keep going."
All of this booming burpee-related growth leads to questions of sustainability, like, when is it no longer possible to sprint at this level of intensity? Experts respond.
Plus, big news for the sweat set living in NYC—and beyond.
The local sweat scene is flexing its political muscle.
After a three-year wait, the buzzy plant palace is finally open in New York City.
Wellness-loving stars like Lena Dunham and Jessica Alba are using LED light to get a different type of lit.
Here's proof that mindfully connecting with your body can change your life.
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