by Kimberly Peiffer - 51 Reviews - 84 List
As you put an end to holiday indulgences and get back to business of everyday living, you might want some help in tackling those New Year's resolutions to be healthy and get in shape. We've rounded up Chicago places to work out and eat right to help you look good and feel good just in time for spring, (Photo: Exhale Spa)
Updated: January 03, 2011
Trainers at this fitness club whip gym-rats into shape via private fitness sessions and group cardio classes, while yogis stretch out in the serene upstairs studio. The snack bar attracts those looking to refuel after an intense workout, and the gym's store sells attractive workout gear to make us feel even more inclined to shape up.
When you crave a gym experience that rivals a trip to a nightclub, head to David Barton. Loud music pumps up body builders, and serious workout addicts strut from machine to machine in perfectly-matched spandex ensembles. Dim lighting and frequent visits by resident DJs makes this gym a social experience like no other.
Made-to-order wraps, salads and soups are the mainstays at this lunch spot. Order off the menu or choose from a list of vegetables and proteins to design your own custom lunch. Low-cal frozen yogurt, dried fruit and muesli round out the healthy options.
For those looking for a true change in their diet, there's no place more suitable than Karyn's. The market and raw food center offers a variety of wellness foods, herbs and programs designed to detox the body and cleanse the soul. Green juices, raw ?pizza? and gluten-free items all take up space inside the small market.