If your New Year’s resolution to hit the gym didn’t quite pan out back in January, the warmer weather, longer days and prospect of wearing fewer clothes should energize and inspire you. Our downloadable April 2013 fitness calendar includes 14 fun ideas to get you moving, from last-chance ice-skating and running clubs to group bike rides and new twists on yoga. Click on the image below to download and print the calendar, then post it on your fridge to stay motivated all month long.
Mon 1 Get your skates on before the Rink at Rockefeller Center closes on April 7.
Tue 2 Build coordination and stamina with Reebok Spartan Race Training, an obstacle-course race series, most Tuesdays in April at noon at Reebok 5th Ave. Call 212-395-9614 to reserve your spot.
Sat 6 Swing into spring! NYC Parks tennis courts, including the ace Central Park Tennis Center, reopen on April 6 (weather permitting).
Sun 7 Improve your workouts and ease muscles with CrossFit Yoga, a class specifically designed for the CrossFit athlete, most Sundays in April at 1pm at Reebok CrossFit 5th Ave. Call 212-395-9614 to reserve your spot.
Fri 12, Sat 13 Check out talks, training sessions, health screenings and swag at a free expo before the More/Fitness Women’s Half Marathon in Central Park on April 14.
Mon 15 Get pampered during Spa Week—book a $50 wellness treatment from April 15 to 21.
Mon 15 Join guest speaker Alyssa Cellini at Reebok 5th Ave at 6:30pm for a healthy-living nutrition seminar on how to avoid toxins and hormonal imbalance. Call 212-395-9614 to reserve your spot.
Sat 20 Get ready to sweat with an introduction to CrossFit, most Saturdays in April at 10am at Reebok CrossFit 5th Ave. Call 212-395-9614 to reserve your spot.
Sat 20 Ramp up your run with the Reebok 5th Ave Fitness Running Club, cosponsored by NYC Social, most Saturdays in April at 11:30am. Visit nycsocial.com or call the store at 212-395-9614 for more info.
Sun 21 Pay your respects at the 9/11 Memorial 5K Run/Walk through lower Manhattan.
Mon 22 Gear up and head to Tompkins Square Park for the Time’s Up Earth Day Ride.
Wed 24 Take the Detox Challenge—a three-week program that includes five Brooklyn Bridge Boot Camp sessions and a nutrition workshop.
Sun 28 Set off from South Street Seaport for the three- or six-mile Walk MS fund-raiser.
The Supply House
Restaurateurs Ryan O’Flaherty and Robbie Gillin—of the Hamptons' Saltwater Grill and Pete’s Park Place Tavern in Bronxville—pull hits from their other spots for this Upper East Side restaurant. The 70-seat joint—lined with reclaimed wood and tin—offers surf-and-turf options like fish tacos, lobster rolls and a coffee-crusted burger. To drink: beers from Northeastern breweries (Allagash, Whale's Tale).
Venue says: “Mon: Burger & Bottled Beer, Tues: Steak frites, Wed: Baby back ribs, Thur: Short ribs Fri: Beer-battered fish, Sat: Cracklin' Pork Shanks”