My good buddy Joe Fitz, over at KQED, just broke the news that San Francisco will be allowing indoor activity at salons, gyms, tattoo shops, and massage parlors (are they still called that?) starting this Monday, September 14th, albeit with “limited capacity” Museums will be allowed to open up to
This post was made possible by the fine people at Rogue & Saint. Wanna sponsor a post or advertise? Email Alex@BrokeAssStuart.com I’ve never been much for exercise. Ok, that’s an understatement. I’ve pretty much always loathed it. That never really mattered too much when I was younger because I had
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I had a membership to Planet Fitness for a solid two months of this year. It was convenient, and it was cheap: $10/month and since I signed up during the post-New Year’s-resolution-abandoning membership slump in February, they waived the registration fee. Positively Broke-Ass approved. But I quit. Working out in
Who doesn’t love the few occasions where you’re allowed to chuck stuff at other people. Since the (gasp) spring-like weather destroyed the chance of snowball fights, it’s time to move on to another sport. Dodgeball anyone? On Tuesday and Wednesday nights, there’s a pick up dodgeball game in a gym
For those of you who don’t know, Equinox is one of the higher-end gym chains in the New York city area. I belong to Crunch, but after going on a sort of yoga sampler for the past month or so (going to different yoga studios every couple of days), with