I attended a fitness event hosted by Lady Foot Locker at the Gansevoort Hotel in New York City. Myself and several other bloggers enjoyed styling by Lady Foot Locker which included a sweet workout outfit and sneakers followed by an intense core fusion class and lunch at the Gansevoort Blue Room.
The day started off by changing into our new outfit provided by Lady Foot Locker. All of the bloggers loved the Actra Fitness tops, Nike sports bras and Adidas crops pants, they’re comfortable, cover all of my “trouble” spots and felt great. When I workout I have to be comfortable and these outfits were super-cute and ultra comfortable.
As a passionate member of Equinox and a firm believer in a fit lifestyle, I was not prepared for the workout that Core Fusion gave me. Core Fusion classes combines conditioning, Pilates, the Lotte Berk Method, interval cardio training, and yoga to give one kick butt workout. This was one of the most intense workouts that I’ve had in a long time and I was pushed to the limit..but I loved it. Honestly what’s the point of working out if you’re not going to sweat and if you’re not going to push yourself? I can’t wait to do it again!
After our intense workout session we were treated to a wonderful lunch at the Gansevoort Blue Room. Lot’s of yummy treats were passed around the room including sushi made on the spot but I nibbled on crudité since I’ve given up meat.
The Blue Room showcased some of the cutest sneakers that Lady Foot Locker sells. It became obvious that the Lady Foot Locker now is different from the Lady Foot Locker of years past, it’ now become a destination where active women can find comfortable yet stylish workout gear as well as cute casual weekend clothes.
Overall I had a fabulous day healthful day. I discovered a new fitness class, a new shopping destination and new blogger friends, thanks to everyone at Lady Foot Locker and Glam Media for organizing such an amazing event.
Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Lady Foot Locker via Glam Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Lady Foot Locker