You won’t be standing elbow-to-elbow on the gym treadmills for awhile, but you can still join an outdoor group exercise class.
From virtual 5Ks to family dance parties, spend your Memorial Day weekend relieving your stress with these online workouts.
In-person hot yoga classes have been canceled at the Herndon-based studio for over two months, but the challenging practices still go on virtually.
We chatted with Lance LeTellier, founder of DMV-based Foundation Fitness, about how he’s adapting to the nationwide effects of the coronavirus.
The owner of Shakti Aerial Yoga and Dance shares how easy (and relaxing) it can be to elevate your yoga practice—literally.
The DC-based gym has locations from U Street to Gallery Place and is expanding into Ballston, with another on the way in Rosslyn, slated for 2021.
Natalie Strahorn, fitness guru and mother of two, gives insight on how to stay healthy as a family while schools are out and gyms are closed.
You can’t make it to your favorite treadmill, but local trainers have a solution: Make some space in your living room.
Local personal trainer Sam Gunther of OneLife Fitness leads individual and group exercises with local residents diagnosed with the disease.
Try your hand at four local exercise studios and reward yourself with wings and beer once it’s all said and done.