Carly's Cube January 2018: Fitness in SA


Mobile Om: "Mobile Om was built on the belief that the heart of yoga is not found in any external location, but instead, is a space that exists within. Our mission is to offer an alternative to the typical yoga studio, inspiring students to step out of their comfort zone and connect to one other and unique spaces around San Antonio."

SmartBarre: "Every class at Smart Barre is a time of self-discovery and self-improvement. Smart Barre classes are thoughtfully scheduled at times that are convenient to you. You may schedule classes, purchase pricing options and track your attendance using our convenient online scheduling system, MINDBODY Online."

OrangeTheory Fitness: "Workout intensity is based on your own heart rate, so whether you are just beginning a fitness regimen or are already a professional athlete, Orangetheory is just right for you. Orangetheory Fitness sessions are 60 minutes long and use a high-intensity mix of cardiovascular and strength training exercises. With a routine that includes treadmills, rowing machines, TRX suspension training and weight blocks, our top-level trainers lead you through group interval workout that leaves you feeling accomplished and energized."

San Antonio BCycle: "Rent, Ride, Return, Repeat! Bike share is designed for short trips and quick adventures around town. It differs from a traditional rental program because you dock the bike at any B-station and grab another when you’re ready to ride again. With individual ride times up to 1 hour, it’s easier than ever to explore San Antonio."

9Round: "9Round works because it includes everything you need: a full-body workout that's fast, effective and fun... personal trainers to help you... and expert nutritional guidance. And it's all based on the latest exercise and nutritional science. It is perfect for people who want an unique, fun, and proven workout that guarantees results. 9Round offers a kickboxing themed fitness program that incorporates a functional, interval, cardiovascular, and circuit training regimens."


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