Getting Fit and Eating Well in Toronto
We are officially one week since New Years, which means we have all started and stuck to our resolutions right? If the answer to that question is “maybe” or “no” this blog will help get you on the right track. Read through this if you want the insider information on where to eat well and stay fit all throughout the city.
Lets start with Yorkville:
Fitness in YorkvilleFor those looking to get the best gym experience and get fit, Equinox is for you. Equinox is a luxurious, top-of-the-line gym with great classes and elite facilities. With classes and facilities for every person and every type of fitness level, you can’t go wrong with a gym of this level.
Eating Well in Yorkville
Palm Lane is a customizable salad lover’s paradise. Here you pick a signature salad or bowl or customize your own using a handy sheet with over 80 options, with gluten free and vegan options as well. Also featuring a smoothie bar, this establishment has all you need to refuel your body the right way.
Training in the Fashion DistrictFuel Training Club was founded to help health-conscious urban professionals make fitness part of their lifestyle. What makes Fuel unique is the small group setting, with classes strictly capped at 14. Working out with fit and motivated people in a small setting will make you want to push yourself every day.
Eating RightFeel Good Guru is an entirely plant based restaurant focusing on being absolutely delicious as well as nutritious. The coolest parts of this eatery is the fact that they grow most of their own greens, and actively strive for local vegetables when they cannot produce them themselves.
Distillery District Discipline:
Working outLift Crossfit is a gym that's so beautiful that you just might oversee the frightening fact that the class you're taking is called burn. Good thing class sizes are relatively small so instructors get involved and help spread that community vibe.
Proper RefuellingA lofty restaurant that aims to be an all-in-one source for clean eating at all times while also dispelling the common belief that healthy food is bland and boring. Impact Kitchen is fighting to challenge the status quo and offer diners an everyday option that doesn't involve a deep fryer, but also isn't exclusively vegetarian.
Hopefully this guide helps those resolutions become more easily achievable every day.