Things to Do in San Diego: New Year's Resolutions!
Keep your New Year's Resolution to get fit with these fun ways to stay active near the Keating Hotel.
The top New Year’s Resolution is always: Get Fit. It makes sense, the dark mornings and early evenings of winter are comforted by larger portions and more frequent eating, it’s harder to get up and workout in the dark mornings, the feasting between Thanksgiving and Christmas pack on the pounds. So it is not just a throwaway resolution, but a sensible and timely remind to break yourself out of that funk and get back into shape.
In this latest San Diego Travel Blog article, 'Things to Do in San Diego: New Year's Resolutions!' - we hope to give you a bit of inspiration to motivate yourself to achieve the fitness you desire.
The trick to making it last, I have found, it to just remain active. Surfing, yoga, boxing, a traditional workout class, or a short run can all count towards your goal of getting fit. The more variety, the better, as boredom is the first ingredient for failure.
So the next time you are at the Keating and want to continue to stick to your resolution, stay active with these local, boredom-defying, unique exercise experiences:
Dance in Heels | Website
Niara Dance offers drop-in classes for aerobic dance classes wearing heels. Work up a sweat while learning some new dance moves you can use later that evening at one of the many clubs that line 5th in the Gaslamp.
Pilates & Barre | Website
Pilates of San Diego is located near the Keating in the East Village, and has a variety of classes to suit your schedule or fitness level. The advantages of barre and pilates are well-documented, but perhaps the best endorsement, is the fact that every pilates or barre class I have witnessed is usually attended by incredibly attractive people. The fact that they probably also have a nutritionist, personal yoga instructor and an abundance of leisure time doesn’t change the fact that you have at least one thing in common with them… you are in the same class as them.
OrangeTheory Fitness | Website
OTF is all about staying in the “Orange.” This is a bit of a departure from the Keating’s usual love affair with all things red, but I will give it a pass, as Orange is the level of intensity where OTF wants your heart rate. An ever-changing 60-minute workout where your objective is to keep the intensity level up with a heart rate monitor keeps these classes upbeat and fun. It also has a bit of competitiveness built in, as your heart rate is shown on a screen for all the class to see.
Obviously, the list of great fitness venues could go on and on, but this latest San Diego Travel Blog article, 'Things to Do in San Diego: New Year's Resolutions!' - gives you a good start but wherever you may find inspiration - that's where you should go.
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