If you’re reading this article, or The Sweat Scene in general, there’s a good chance you’re a part of the student population who makes time to work out at least a few times a week despite your busy schedule. Whether your motivation is to decrease stress, manage your weight, give yourself an energy boost, or any combination of these (plus others from the plethora of awesome things exercise does for you), I think we can all agree that working out is one of the best things you can do for your body. In order to really reap the benefits, you want a workout routine that’s both effective and time-efficient. Unfortunately, while the SERF and Nat are both free and convenient campus rec centers, they’re rather no-frills. They don’t necessarily have top-of-the-line cardio machines, the weight rooms resemble dungeons with some squat racks and bench presses, and the instruction for group fitness classes typically falls short of exceptional. Rather than settling for mediocrity, check out some of the most popular boutique gyms on campus.Read More
The RecPlex spin class targets your legs, arms and abs, giving you a full body cardio workout. You'll work your arms, legs and abs moving between the different positions. While the class seems dauntingly early, it's actually an amazing energy boost for the rest of the day!
The stationary bike has revolutionized exercise and it's no secret that the spinning craze is here to stay. For up to $40 a class, (ehem...SoulCycle Hamptons) many New Yorkers are willing to pay the big bucks for a 45 minute ride. If you don’t know where to start on your cycling journey, this article will guide you in the right direction.Read More
Consider it a more productive reason to head to the mall. Cyc’s Buckhead studio, located in Lenox Square, is a destination that will get your heart pumping and your legs moving faster than any sale Bloomingdales has to offer. We promise.Read More