Injury always seems to hit just when you find your workout groove. Whether you were training for a half-marathon, revving up your cross-fit game or finally not feeling ridiculously sore from every barre class, our bodies sometimes can’t handle the increased tempo at moments when our minds are eager for more. When injury strikes and … Continue reading How to Fight the Injury Blues
KORE, being in Meatpacking, goes for a suave, nightclub type vibe mashed with a fitness class.
The workout, written on a dry erase board, was: 400 m sprint or 250 m row, 10 med ball wall tosses and 10 leg raises hanging from a bar repeated 3 times.
If you are looking for a great class that provides both cardio and toning-focused strength training, I highly recommend this class. It has the potential to not be challenging enough if you mentally start to give up during the 45 second intervals, but if you push yourself hard enough it is quite a great workout.
This workout was one where you could coast and hold back on effort, which could leave you feeling like you still had a lot of energy left by the end. Not always a bad thing though!
Finally, a workout class where I can dance as ridiculously as I do when I go out with my friends! I love working out, but this class was pure fun.
We all know at least one person in our running circle who brags about having run 6 miles in the early morning hours long before we were awake. And as much as we might hate them for their subtle bragging, we secretly are a little jealous.