This weekend at 7-11 I discovered they offer refills up to 100 ounce. I’m not sure there’s anything I need a 100 ounces of, but with the food industries new emphasis for more for less, is it fair to pass the blame for our eating problems on cheap food?
New York City based fitness club AQUA is debuting this week what they hope is the future of fitness, Aquaspinning.
Classes run 45 minutes and cost $40 per class, but for those of you willing to commit, you can buy 30 classes for $990. In the long run it might be cheaper to buy a spin bike and fill you bathtub with water. - http://bit.ly/11dyTlt
It seems these days there are only three things anyone likes to talk about. The weather, their fabulous weekend plans and what they eating. What they’re eating usually revolves around criticizing what you’re eating, something about protein or carbs and eating clean. I’m going to admit until about an hour ago I didn’t know what was meant by clean eating. For those of equally confused, here’s a primer http://bit.ly/16z9rJ7
Fitness SF SoMa is located in the heart of San Francisco’s tech center in the South of Market neighborhood bound by 9th, Brannan and Division streets. Fitness SF spans an entire city block and boasts high ceilings, open floors, natural light and plenty of space. Along with the ideal location, the gym also claims two of San Francisco’s most sought after luxuries — free parking and WiFi.
Open since 1997, Fitness SF SoMa offers more than 26,000 square feet of floor space, with more than 100 pieces of cardio equipment, one of San Francisco’s best free weights selection, machines and fitness classes including ZUMBA, Spin and Yoga. At Fitness SF SOMA, we offer more than 50 fitness classes a week.
When it’s time to set a new personal best or conquer the next goal we can match you up with a personal trainer who will help you realize your goals.
In addition to the best-of-class amenities and equipment we offer a full locker room, steam room, sauna, pro shop, and cafe.