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Get Fit in 2020

Jan 8, 2020
a yoga class stretches forward together in the studio
Happy New Year! Now that we are making our way into the a new year and new decade, it is time to get started on achieving New Year's resolutions. If you're looking to improve your health, Lincoln Square is home to a number of fitness clubs, gyms, and businesses that can kick start your health and fitness journey. 
Interested in joining a gym? Below are some options in Lincoln Square. 
There are some other fitness studios in the neighborhood that offer more structured and specific classes. Check out CorePower Yoga's (2030 Broadway at 70th Street) numerous yoga classes that vary by experience levels. The classes incorporate heat with each new level focusing on different goals, such as core strength or posture. New members can also try their first week for free! Additionally, RX30 Fit (55 Amsterdam Avenuev at 62nd Street) offers challenging workouts full of intensity, strength, and cardio all in one. You can buy private coaching sessions as well as class bundles at the studio. And, RX30 Fit has a juice bar so you can replenish your body after your workout!
Need some stylish and functional outfits to wear to the gym and fitness classes? Head to lululemon (1928 Broadway or The Shops at Columbus Circle, Ground Floor) or New York Running Company (The Shops at Columbus Circle, Second Floor) for great athletic and yoga apparel, including sneakers and accessories.
It's also important to supplement exercise with nutritious meals. Whole Foods Market (10 Columbus Circle) offers a variety of healthy products and food options. Notably, its Whole Body line specializes in vitamins. You can also grab a delicious and healthy juice or smoothie at Juice Press (Whole Foods Market or Equinox Columbus Circle). 
Accomplishing a New Year's resolution can be an overwhelming task, but with Lincoln Square's help, you will be on your way to a healthier and happier 2020 in no time! Plus, with Central Park just a block away, you can always go for a walk. 
Photo credit: CorePower Yoga