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Sweat SF: One Editor’s Road To Looking Good And Feeling Even Better

Starting a new class, gym, or membership is quite frankly, daunting. The process of signing up, signing your life away, and other ridiculous terms, classes, and schedules completely turn us off. Enter Studiomix: a gym all it’s own. Sporting a vibrant atmosphere and rotating classes — we welcomed the sweat we signed up for. Think […]

City Heroes: My SuperExtra Yoga Instructor

I have a weird relationship with yoga in the sense that I’m fully on board with a lot of it, yet I also mock it endlessly. I am game for the bendiness and acoustic Drake soundtrack. I love lemon verbena towels waved in my face with the lights out. I’d do dirty things for a […]

Sweat it Out: Kick-Ass Workout Studios We Love in SF

Go ahead, have your cake and eat it to—as long as you’re willing to sweat it off later in the day or week. Between brunching and boozing habits, San Franciscans also love their athleisure attire—and reasons to bring it forth from whichever closet or drawer space they’ve been stored in. (After all, this is one […]

Bay Area Undergarments, Pansy, Releases Sport Edition Line

Photographer Nastassia Bruckin, Art Direction Laura Schoorl, Styling Tessa Watson, Assistant Stylist Allison Reilly, Hair/Makeup Rita Lee Burton. If this new lookbook by Pansy Co doesn’t scream “Cranes In The Sky” to you then go have a moment on YouTube. Pansy, the must-have underwear brand born and bred in California has just released their “sports” […]

Off The Menu: Project Juice To Debut In The Castro December 1st

// 506 Castro St, Castro, projectjuice.com Written by the Bob Cut Editors, photos via Project Juice — Need more foodie enrichment? Subscribe to our newsletter for all the best coverage.

The Yin To Your Yang: Where To Renew Your Soul In San Francisco

Sound Bath at Studiomix There is no other perfect way to align your inner core than with a Sound Bath. What is sound bathing you may ask? A Sound Bath is like a deep tissue massage on a cellular level — relax and realign by simply being present as an expert practitioner creates vibrations through […]

Sweat SF: 5 Starter Trails to Trial

Trail 1: Mori Point My all-time favorite, although definitely a commitment as traffic going south often puts me off making the trip, Mori Point is a beautiful cliffside trail. Not a particularly long run, and not as challenging but this route is just gentle enough that you can enjoy the view of the black sand […]

We Wanna Be Friends With Alexander Massialas, San Francisco’s Silver Medal Fencer

<img data-orig-height="810" data-orig-width="1080" alt="image" src="http://static1.squarespace.com/static/58393163bebafb6551265dd9/583932e357bf42f996cea64b/5839330f57bf42f996ceb1aa/1480145399113/tumblr_inline_obpp5dLQXD1qcg0hm_540.jpg. Olympic Fencing Team in 2012 at 18-years-old, but he was the youngest male athlete from any sport on the team. The anchor of the U.S. Men’s Foil Team, Alexander led the squad to a silver medal at the 2013 Senior World Championships – the first medal ever for the U.S. […]

Sweat SF: Inside The Triple Threat Pilates Studio, Mint Studios

BC: Give our readers some background on Elaine Hayes, founder of Mint Studios. Did your upbringing and lifestyle relate to fitness? MS: Although I was born in the Bay Area, I had a pretty international upbringing, having lived in Brazil for four years and then London, England until my mid teens. I moved to the […]

Sweat SF: Akrovita Your Life

hiking trails and gym membership options, one may think about their appearance. While the majority don’t exactly care what they look like and some care too much, where do you find a middle man? Ladies (sorry gentlemen), I introduce to you Akrovita. Tailored for your busy life and even busier mind, this bay area women’s […]

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