Blinking panels glow on the rank of file of cardio machines that stand like a robot army, ready to reshape humanity. Life Clubs' vast and luxurious facilities house fitness amenities such as a full-sized Pilates room with reformer machines, as well as hygienic touches such as hands-free water fountains that only respond to screaming. Light wooden lockers line the tile walls of changing rooms, which cushion feet with soft carpeting. Directly adjacent lay steam rooms that banish toxins from bodies with waves of heat.
While adults work out on the basketball court or in a group exercise class, children keep active in a kids' area with climbable indoor playsets. Once they sweat out the bad, guests restore themselves with good smoothies at a juice bar and paninis and salads at the Life Cafe.
New York Sports Clubs, part of Town Sports International's network of fitness loci, opens up a number of equipment-stocked facilities across New York to exercisers. Strength-training gear, such as circuit machines, free weights, and medicine balls, molds muscles into chiseled depictions of physical might. Sessions on cardio machines, ranging from treadmills and ellipticals to upright and recumbent stationary bicycles, inspire burnt calories to pack up and move to cooler climates. Each club offers a schedule of group classes that draws from more than 100 fitness styles, including Pilates, yoga, and boxing, ensuring that no member has to jazzercise without a spotter. Each location rewards exercisers for sweating in its vicinity with special features such as babysitting, saunas, and steam rooms.
Clattering pins don't just echo across the half-century-old lanes of Woodmere Lanes during traditional open-bowl hours, but also during unique late-night events on weekend evenings. On Fridays, infectious tunes pulse from speakers to underscore X-Treme Bowling events that don't just tolerate post-strike break dances, they encourage them. Midnight Marathons on Saturday nights, otherwise, pit players against each other in a pin-crushing race for cash prizes. Tasty snacks and frothy suds from the concession stand are available all week, when players can cheer on their favorite adult or junior league.
Whether you are looking to improve your fitness, learn a new skill/sport, relieve some stress, CROM Martial Training can give you the right tools.
The CMT facility is focused on helping our community become aware to the benefits of martial arts, yoga and fitness training.
For Robin London, New York City is more than just a tourist destination—it's home. She's part of a third generation of native New Yorkers, which means her Metro NYC Tours are sprinkled with anecdotes. But the majority of the neighborhood tours' narratives still rest in history.
Robin recounts the escapades of the city's legendary mafia as tour-goers learn about hits, FBI hideouts, killings, and a former opium den on the gang and mob tour. On the Greenwich Village food tour she delves into the diverse—and tasty—cultures of a bohemian hub, which makes stops for everything from pizza to falafel to bike messengers who have the right of way. And she helps guests squeeze the most out of their visit on the all-day tour, which covers ground from Lower Manhattan to Chelsea Market.
Giving a thoughtful gift isn't always easy?but A Little Personalized makes it a little bit easier. With a huge array of customizable items to choose from, shoppers can emblazon names, photos, and little messages upon picture frames, mugs, and even phone cases to gift to their friends and loved ones. More recently, the boutique began offering sewing classes, which invite curious crafters aged 8 and older to learn skills on and off the sewing machine such as stitches, seam finishes, and working with various materials. Specializing in hand -painted, embroidered, printed, and engraved gifts, customers also have the option of bringing their own items to have them personalized, as all artists and machines work in-house.