#SweatworkingWeek Hydrated by Propel: Lunch and Learn on Overcoming Obstacles
  • May 15, 2017
  • When:
    June 7, 2017 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
    645 N. Michigan
    #424, Chicago
    #SweatworkingWeek Hydrated by Propel: Lunch and Learn on Overcoming Obstacles @ Breather

    There’s something in the air in Chicago. We know that June means a whole lot of love in this lakefront-path-running city of ours, but it also means one more thing: #SweatworkingWeek. We’re excited to announce our third edition of #SweatworkingWeek with an incredible schedule curated by some of our friends at some of our favorite places coming at you June 5-10.

    What’s #SweatworkingWeek? It’s a restaurant week for fitness put on by aSweatLife.com that seeks to get Chicago moving twice a year. We put all of our blood, sweat, tears and imagination into creating a schedule that excites you to amp up your wellness routine in and out of the gym.

    Emily Hutchins is a powerhouse and she’s curating our day on Wednesday.

    At Lunch, Emily and a guest will talk about overcoming obstacles in and with running. Emily suffered an unexpected injury after a lengthy injury-free running career and turned to cross-training to find her footing again. Included with your ticket is delicious organic lunch from Eat Purely.

    Need a Lyft? We worked with Lyft to make it easy to eliminate the last excuse to try or get to class.

    • New Lyft users can download the Lyft app and enter the code “Sweatworking” to get a $20 ride credit.
    • Existing Lyft users can use the promo code “LyftForSweat” for 15% off ride

    About Dani Kruger

    As a proud New Englander at heart, Dani loves the outdoors and anything maple-flavored. After graduating from the University of Michigan and living for a brief time in DC, she moved to Chicago where she developed a passion for fitness and biking. Dani's competitive nature is no secret, whether she's trying to do yoga at all of the state capitol buildings (19 so far!) or seeing how far she can push herself in group fitness classes. By day, she nerds out behind the computer as a researcher and data analyst for a health care consulting firm, where she works to ensure all individuals have timely access to high quality health care services.

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