(PRWEB) May 31, 2013
What better way for Southbay locals to experience a "social hour" than while they are burring calories? Well, Studio Pulse thought exactly the same thing; That's how the Dream Ride was created, as a staple Thursday evening event. Heart pumping live music, dimmed lights and social hour after create the ambiance of a night club, with one key difference, burning tons of calories instead of consuming them.
Studio Pulse has always emphasized building friendships and maintaining relationships around health and fitness. As a community center, Studio Pulse wants to be the local hangout not just for getting a kick ass workout but also for providing a space for people to socialize while getting fit. Studio Pulse believes that friends who workout together, stay together and that's why they want to reach out to a new target market who enjoys the night life and infuse the classes with the feel of lively energy.
The trend for live music and DJs has been on the rise in the fitness scene for the past decade but Studio Pulse wants to take it to a whole new level and actually make it "THE" place to hang out in the evenings. Getting a fantastic workout doesn't have to be a chore. On the contrary, if the experience is one of a party, then there is yet another chance added to getting your body in shape.
Studio pulse has partnered up with a local bar, The Hudson House, to host their "after party." After the workout, everyone is invited to walk over to the Hudson House for drinks and healthy snacks; creating a full night out on the town experience.
About Studio Pulse
Studio Pulse, a Mad Dogg licensed facility, combines Spinning classes with strength and flexibility using fundamental training techniques, exhilarating music and a unique mind/body philosophy, all at a self-directed pace. They hold a very accommodating class schedule for SPINNING and Fusion classes that combine Spinning and Cross Training. Their tagline, "Spin Sculpt Stretch," covers all basics of a healthy fitness routine by incorporating cardiovascular, strength and flexibility training in one place. At 50 classes per week you’ll find a convenient time to meet your schedule. Classes are offered as early as 6:00am and as late as 7:30pm. of cardio and strength training.
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