This is the motivation behind functional training. Training to make your body work most efficiently for whatever demands you put on it. Granted, most of us won’t make it in the pros, let alone the Olympics, but that doesn’t mean we can’t train our bodies to work to the best of its ability.
Check out the South Baltimore winners in Baltimore Magazine’s Best of Baltimore 2016.
This Silo Point condo, which was once a grain elevator, features cement columns, tall concrete ceilings, large windows facing the harbor, an 800 sq. ft. balcony, a custom-blown chandelier, hand-scraped floors, and a lot of industrial details.
I took various classes such as Sculpt, Strength Training, Sports Conditioning, Boxing Plus, H.I.I.T., and Kickboxing. Each class was a good mix of cardio and strength training, hitting all the different muscles and working the core. The classes were challenging yet fun.
The Baltimore City Department of Transportation (DOT) has proposed cutting the Charm City Circulator Banner Route for the second consecutive year. The free bus service connects the Inner Harbor to Fort McHenry. It goes through the Federal Hill, Key Highway, Riverside, and Locust Point communities.
This two-bedroom rowhome in Locust Point features hardwood floors, crown molding, a large kitchen, a tiled finished basement, back deck, and vaulted ceilings.
This four-bedroom, double-wide CHAP tax credit rowhome in Locust Point is located in a former bank. It features a wide-open layout, tall ceilings, exposed beams and brick, a large kitchen, au pair suite, rooftop deck, multi-car parking, and more.
The Baltimore City Department of Transportation announced today that proposed changes will be made to the Charm City Circulator program in an effort to address budgetary constraints.
Southampton FC, Under Armour’s new global football partner, traveled to Baltimore for a week-long trip last week featuring workouts at Under Armour’s on-campus performance center as part of their pre-season training camp.
This two-bedroom rowhome in Locust Point features archways, laminate flooring, granite countertops, a back patio, and a partially finished basement.
Last night, Michael Pokorny and Kimiya Darrell of Sagamore Development’s transportation design team, as well as Ryan Parth of STV, presented at the South Baltimore Neighborhood Association meeting
This Silo Point condo in a former grain elevator features concrete beams and pillars, floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood floors, an open layout, gourmet kitchen, and much more.
On July 3, The Urban Children Foundation, a Baltimore-based non-profit organization that helps Baltimore City children access extracurricular activities, will host the inaugural Urban Children Foundation One-Miler run/walk race.
McHenry Row developer Mark Sapperstein and his company 28 Walker are moving forward on plans for a new 224-unit apartment building at the Locust Point complex.