aSweatLife Full Psycle Chicago, new studio Chicago

A new Chicago cycling studio with Orange County roots that promises to work you from head-to-toe, just opened its doors. After walking out of my first Full Psycle class completely drenched in sweat and absolutely spent, I can attest to that. If you love spinning, it will give you everything you’ve come to look for…

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Commonly known as Tod Mun or Thai Fish Cakes, this recipe has been modified. I proudly proclaim this version as a healthier alternative to its original counterpart. Traditionally made with fish paste (a base mixture of blended raw white fish, eggs and cornstarch), this recipe is cleaner and much easier…

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Some days, your workout needs a boost, especially as the weather starts to cool down. Luckily, aSweatLife Partnered with Asics Bucktown, CrossTown Fitness and Vita Coco to get you just the upgrade your fall workout needs. Between today, 9/19/2014, and 10/12/2014 take your sweat to social media with the #UpgradeMySweat…

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Liu Gross, a Chicago trainer working as ENRGi Fitness’s general manager and Nike Training Club trainer, has over nine years of experience as a trainer. Initially, Liu’s goal was to become a trainer for professional athletes. He began his career at David Barton Gym in Chicago to build a foundation,…

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I am so excited to be writing my first post for The Lunch Bunch! I met Jeana earlier this year through work and she got me hooked when I participated in my first #Sweatworking event. Food and fitness go hand-in-hand in leading a healthy, energetic lifestyle, which is why I…

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Remember when you were in college and you thought traveling for work would be all glamor and sightseeing? It’s more like “[insert client's name] is paying for this, so you’d better make the trip worth their money.” Some of the time making a trip worth your client’s money can be glamorous, but…

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Social Enjoyments, a Chicago-based company, has a lot to boast about after officially launching this year. To start, the product can market that it’s gluten free, sake’-based, organically flavored and only pops an 88-calorie punch. When you’re trying to fit fitness into the day after a big night out, a lightly…

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Is kale overused? Perhaps. Does it really matter? Absolutely not! The way I think about it, the nutritional value of these leafy greens can really undo any cheat meals.  A loaded burger now and some kale later? Perfect harmony. You know, ying and yang. But, really, aside from its versatility,…

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No that’s not a typo. I’m not telling you to improve your workout – not just yet anyway – I’m telling you to IMPROV your workout leading to greater workout motivation. Here’s why: I went to a talk at a conference last spring given by two gentlemen from Improv Olympics that challenged…

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