SWEAT Fitness is shaking up your fitness routine by combining an intense cycling class with a happy hour.
Beginning tomorrow, Wednesday, June 25, you can attend their “sweat sessions” in either Fitler Square on Wednesdays (from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.) or on Thursdays in Manayunk (from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.).
After the outdoor workout on stationary bikes in front of the above-mentioned SWEAT locations, attendees can enjoy a Quaker City Shrub, a new alcoholic beverage that has a healthy twist — it’s made with apple cider vinegar.
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Somewhere between a beer and a cider, Quaker City Shrubs are low calorie and have a low alcohol content of 4% ABV.
“We’re turning summer happy hours into a healthier outdoor experience with Sweat & Shrub,” says Tracy Shannon, SWEAT Fitness President. “Philadelphians can get in a fulfilling workout and socialize afterwards over a low-calorie, all natural Shrub.”
You can choose from three different flavors of shrub: blackberry, grapefruit and apple.
If you’d like to attend “Sweat and Shrub,” it’s free for members of SWEAT Fitness and $10 for non-members. However, you must RSVP to attend because space is limited.