To be a trainer at The Fhitting Room, a #FhitPro, you have to have the right kind of energy — motivating, sure, but also the kind of energy that makes people happy, keeps people going. Farouk Houssein has that energy to a T, and he is also a serious athlete. So what’s a Day in the Sweat Life like for Farouk? Read on…
Natalie Jill is all about helping people achieve their goals, be it through fitness, mindset, drive, or nutrition. She has close to 2 million followers & has reached even more lives, and now has a brand new book, Natalie Jill’s 7-Day Jump Start: Unprocess Your Diet, a how-to in eating healthier, cleaner, and getting rid of all the bad stuff in our kitchens.
Taylor Swift made the Monokini the new classic. And, while I am all for flaunting what your mama gave you, sometimes leaving a little more for the imagination is just as fun. So hit the pool, the beach, or even pair these with culottes or a long skirt for summer evening drinks.
Change is hard. Period. There is a reason so many of us truly and deeply fear change as it so often takes us out of our comfort zones, leads us into the unknown, and often onto seemingly unsteady ground. Moreover, the majority of us are creatures of habit — and habits, like people, are just hard to change.
Whether it’s because all of the obligations of summer are throwing a loop into your routine, or perhaps just that you’ve found yourself less than motivated to hit the gym with your typical vigor, I want to encourage you to change your mindset about what “fitness” means and how you approach it. There is a widespread misconception that unless you are doing all the things all of the time, it’s not enough.
Tom Cronin is the founder of The Stillness Project, a global movement to inspire 1 billion people to meditate daily. After discovering meditation as a tool for stress in the early stages of his 26-year career in finance, Tom explored deeper into his meditation practice. His mission: to give everyone the benefits of just being still.
When it comes to beauty and body image, BELLA magazine shares many of the same tenets that we hold close at The Sweat Life. Founder Courtenay Hall created BELLA around the motto “Beauty Defined By You,” encouraging readers to come up with their own framework of what they consider beautiful, not what advertisers and cover girls tell us we should look like.
As #Classpasspocolypse winds down, and fitness-goers fall where they may, we have one thing to say: it’s finally summer, let’s all stop thinking about ClassPass, and refocus on all the things that we can do outside here in NYC to get active. We know, it's the city, there’s nothing like that here, you say? We bet there are more off-the-beaten-path finds than you think.
I read the article from Mr. A and then the reply from the next guy who seems so much more sensitive and realistic. I think it's important to hear from our side — the lady version of what it's like to be single, mid 30's, and a part of this amazing city.