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Nearly every sweat style—from barre to boxing.
Equinox hopes to inspire the next generation of sweat superstars to think outside the big-box model when it comes to fitness.
Like so much of life, it's all about timing.
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Advice from the woman who made Equinox see the value in the cycling fitness phenom way back in 2010.
For one thing, holding plank for a minute should not be your holy grail.
If "near" is the Northeast, get ready to grab a Mother Earth or a matcha latte after your 30/60/90 class.
Plenty of research has shown that exercise is good for the brain, but Equinox's Headstrong takes mental fitness to a new level.
There will be a studio dedicated to barre, Pilates reformers, a juice bar, and even a three-lane saltwater lap pool.
Gold Barre, a figure skating-inspired class created with Olympian Tara Lipinski, launches this spring.
Christa Di Paolo, creator of Equinox's new workout The Cut, explains how to make your next boxing sesh a total knockout.
How does a fitness brand break through all the “new year, new you” noise? Easy—unleash a series of provocative pics and let the social media circus commence.
The luxe gym chain is subjecting city residents to all manner of wacky challenges to win tricked-out memberships—from digging through gravel to diving for gym time.
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The upscale gym is just the one of many healthy options flocking downtown to cater to the elite clientele of One World Trade Center.
The Pursuit by Equinox, debuting in New York and Los Angeles this January, introduces interactive gaming in a group cycling experience.
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