The Portland Monthly team shares the non-pandemic content keeping us sane this week.
Portland Monthly Staff
A short intro might be just the way to sample BurnCycle's beloved intensity.
LONG STORY SHORT
The 39-year-old talks long swims, jellyfish, and brain tongue.
Summer Race Guide
UFO-themed dashes, ultra-awesome ultras, and scavenger hunts inspired by The Amazing Race—we pick our 30 favorite summer challenges. Mark your calendars—and go!
Caitlin Collins, Ramona DeNies, and Molly Woodstock
Whatever your quadrant, there’s a beautiful route for you.
Strengthening your hips and core has never felt easier—or more important.
If you’re ready to pony up for a personal trainer, this Northwest Portland studio offers plenty of options.
Get ready to hit the pavement with Train Like a Mother Club.
Dorky? As all get-out. But BungyPump's calorie-burning resistance pole is still kinda cool.
Portland author Ben Musholt’s third book unlocks the secrets of parkour.
If your workout routines tend to get stale quickly, mix it up with Müv’s multitude of classes.
Make fire cider, learn to snowshoe, combat eating disorders with yoga, and choose between a turkey trot and a Tofurky trot.
From self-defense-focused training to a boot camp run by yogis, these new studios offer something for everyone.
From Barre3 to a new body-positive barbell gym, Portland fitness pros weigh in on body image, photoshop, and aesthetic role models in the health industry.
Mustache Dache 5k, meditation classes, self defense personal training, and a fast track to happiness
A partnership between Portland's Evolve Fit Wear and Goldsheep clothing lets you gaze down at our bridges and iconic carpet in your downward dog.
Heads up, climbers! The newest rock walls in town have popped up in the country's second-oldest climbing gym, along with a new weight room, yoga studio, and eats from Prasad.
Me Fitness’s incredible array of classes, studios, and amenities make it one of the best fitness deals in town.
Representative Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) believes the city is a better place because of the annual Portland Marathon. He should know—he's run it 28 times.
Win a seat at a secret salad event, do yoga with a body braid or hands-on adjustments, and help a local family fighting their 5-year-old daughter's brain tumor.