I’ve tried the barre method, but can’t say I’ve ever worked out in a bar. Unless you consider the worm a core strengthening exercise and the sprinkler a bicep burner.
But that may have to change now that Poste Moderne Brasserie is featuring “Pilates on the Patio,” a 45-minute mat class taught by instructor Chauna Bryant. Sessions are Saturdays at 10 a.m. from September 15 – October 6 and cost $19, which includes a free glass of bubbly. Note: the bottles pop afteryou finish the class, so make sure to hydrate before and keep your eye on the prize when you’re counting down those reps.
Click here for more information and to sign up.
I think this class needs a fit crasher review, don’t you? Follow me on Twitter @dcfitcrasher to find out when I’m going and stay tuned for a full review!
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Hi there! I’m Meaghan, the fitness fanatic behind DC Fit Crasher.
This website chronicles my sweat and spandex infused misadventures as I attempt every workout DC has to offer. From pilates and pole dancing, to down dogs and dead lifts…I’m ready to try it all.
But before we get started, I thought I’d share a few points about my fit crashing credentials:
started year round swim team at the tender age of 4
donned spandex and glitter for my Olympics-themed 7th birthday party
dabbled in dance, diving, skiing, tennis, and cross country
swam during high school and college
co-founder and women’s captain of collegiate triathlon team
competed in USA Triathlon collegiate national championships
began love/hate relationship with weekly hot yoga
ran 26.2 miles. tried it again. and again. ouch.
And now, I’m taking on DC’s fitness scene.
Join me as I share the good, the bad, the ugly and the hilarious of working out in the district.