Philly Fit Foodies

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Hope & Taylor

Foodie 🍕🍔
Two twenty-somethings obsessing over food and fitness in Philadelphia

Interests:

food | fitness | classpass | meal prepping | cooking healthy | eating | group fitness | exploring Philly | traveling | happy hour

Hope & Taylor's Top Spots

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Quick and delicious, truly healthy food at an affordable price.

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Best happy hour in Philadelphia. Great food and drink specials, including a lot of delicious small plates—great for sharing!

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This is our favorite BYOB spot for brunch in the city. The food is always spot on, and their menu always includes seasonal specials in addition to their classics. The BYOB aspect makes for an enjoyable, affordable boozy brunch!

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Unite Fitness is one of our absolute favorite fitness studios in the city. Their class format includes 25 minutes of cardio intervals (treadmills or spin bikes), plus 35 minutes of strength circuits and 10 minutes of recovery. Always a killer workout and great vibes!

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This workout is unlike any other. Their 50-minute, pilates-inspired class is done entirely on a reformer machine, using slow and controlled resistance training to target and tone specific muscle groups. You'll shake, you'll feel the burn, and you'll have rock hard abs in no time.

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It wasn't until we discovered Flywheel that we truly fell in love with spinning. We love the competitive aspect of their classes and being challenged to hit specific torque and BPM goals. The stadium is dark and the music is loud, making it a great place to forget about everything else going on in your life and focus on having an awesome 45-minute ride.

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