Fitness Consultants New York NY

What does one do when those long runs on the treadmill become drudgery and you suddenly realize that those stimulating conversations with your trainer just are not so stimulating? When sticking to an on-your-own workout, a change of scenery, a little camaraderie or a new diversion may be all you need to stay motivated.

The Athletic And Swim Club
(646) 626-4657
787 7th Ave
New York, NY
Promotion
Offer - Complimentary 3-Day guest pass when you mention Felix.

Limit - one pass per individual.

Hours
Monday 5:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday 5:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday 5:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Thursday 5:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Friday 5:30 AM - 9:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Services
Aerobics, Aquatic Exercise, Fitness Center, Free Weights, Indoor Cycling, Martial Arts, Massage, Pilates, Pool, Sauna, Whirlpool, Yoga

Real Pilates
(212) 625-0777
New York, NY
 
Integral Yoga Institute New York
(212) 929-0585
New York, NY
 
New York Sports Clubs
(212) 627-0065
128 8th Avenue
New York, NY
 
Female Awareness - Self Defense Course
(646) 717-0017
151 W 26th St
New York, NY

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Lucille Roberts 5th Avenue & 14th Street
(212) 255-3999
80 5th Avenue
New York, NY
Programs & Services
Aerobics, Belly Dancing Class, Boot Camp, Cardio Kickboxing, Hip Hop Dance Class, Kickboxing, Personal Training, Pilates, Step Class, Yoga, Zumba

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New York Personal Training
(646) 833-0608
12 W 21st St 2nd Floor
New York, NY

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Crunch Gym - Kips Bay
(212) 545-9757
554 2nd Ave
New York, NY

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19th Street Gym
(212) 414-5800
22 W 19th St # 1
New York, NY
 
New York Sports Clubs: Locations
(212) 977-8880
1601 Broadway
New York, NY
 
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What does one do when those long runs on the treadmill become drudgery and you suddenly realize that those stimulating conversations with your trainer just are not so stimulating?

When sticking to an on-your-own workout, a change of scenery, a little camaraderie or a new diversion may be all you need to stay motivated
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If what you are seeking is a ski group or round robin tennis partner look no further. There are a myriad of services invading the online space that quickly and easily match and introduce workout friends to each other based on activity, skill level, age, location and personality. While it may seem a little hokey it is worth checking out Fitnessbuddies.com, Exercisefriends.com and Athleticmeet.com.

When the tube and tunes get tiresome consider checking into audible.com where you can download audio books, newspapers, magazines and language instruction directly to your iPod. Jonathan Kowit, Senior Vice President at Audible.com, says "People can learn a whole new language by using the empty time in their work out and filling it with productive learning." So brush up on your Spanish; keep up-to-date with current affairs or get a taste of the literary classic you pledged to read back in college while getting in shape.

 

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Opinion Corner
People shared their opinions about Personal Fitness
How important is fitness to your quality of life?
Very unimportant: 1%
Unimportant: 4%
Neutral: 29%
Important: 26%
Very important: 38%
How often do you exercise?
Never: 3%
Rarely: 17%
Once a week: 24%
A 2-4 times per week: 36%
Almost everyday: 19%
What is your primary reason for exercising or working towards fitness goals?
Family history of medical conditions: 1%
Want to look better / toned: 35%
Weight-loss: 27%
Increase energy: 4%
Recover from injuries: 2%
Manage an existing medical condition: 2%
Relieve stress: 7%
Build muscle: 6%
Improve athletic performance: 9%
Encourage another person (kids, spouse, friend): 1%
Other: 2%
Where/how do you workout?
Home: 26%
Work gym: 3%
Commercial gym: 30%
Recreation center gym: 7%
Outside: 20%
Specific fitness class (zumba, pilates, kick boxing, etc): 5%
Other: 7%
What type of exercise do you enjoy most?
Strength or weight training: 24%
Spinning: 5%
Dance: 15%
Jogging or running: 22%
Walking: 15%
Kickboxing: 0%
Pilates: 1%
Yoga: 1%
Elliptical training: 7%
Body sculpt class: 0%
Other: 9%
Source: Survey.com