Tips From Seattle’s Top Trainers

Seattle’s top exercise instructors share their wisdom

Lower Queen Anne Orange Theory instructor Darsenio Hunter will help you get motivated

Sheila Cain

One-Of-A-Kind Workouts

We’ve rounded up our favorite, out-of-the-box local flex, stretch and sweat sessions to help build any body

Climbers chose their route at Seattle Vertical World

Elaina Friedman and Sarah Murphy

The Best Places to Get Fit in Seattle

Whether you ride your bike to work, hike through our parks on the weekend or never miss your 6 a.m. spin class, our city offers countless ways for athletes at any level to get up, get out and get in shape

From our hundreds of miles of nature trails to innovative fitness studios that pop up around our region each month, it’s easy to see why Seattle is consistently ranked by the American College of Sports Medicine as one of the top 10 fittest cities in the country. Whether you ride your bike to work, hike through…

Sheila Cain, with Seattle Magazine Staff

Instagram Inspiration: Get Active!

The Pacific Northwest offers an array of opportunities to get out and move your body

As one of the most active cities in the country, Seattle sure knows how to get out and move. And it’s no wonder: whether you’re moving through vinyasas, training for your next marathon, paddleboarding through crisp glacial water or running up and down a mountain, the Pacific Northwest’s many trees, trails, mountains and bodies of…

Sabrina Nelson

Yoga for Insomnia

!–paging_filter–pIs yoga one of the secrets to the Seahawks’ success? Coach Pete Carroll may be on to something, this year putting players on a mandatory yoga training regimen, with optional meditation practice, as part of Carroll’s philosophy of caring for players’ minds along with their bodies. If it’s good enough for Marshawn, it’s good enough…

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