Almost a month ago, Broadway Bares celebrated its 25th Anniversary. The event conceived by MFF Fairy Godfather Jerry Mitchell raised a record-shattering $1,598,501 to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Mark Fisher Fitness has been the Fitness Sponsor of Bares since our birth, donating more than $125,000 over four years. This phenomenal effort is thanks to YOU – the Ninja community. You came to special fundraising events, supported our team Stripathon goals, and generally showed up #fullout – as Jerry would say. Thank you.
When you get to work do you already find yourself exhausted? Are you like many—flustered, unsettled and anxious to start your day? You are not alone, my friend! I have a quick story and just a few easy tips that have worked for me that just might help you too! Getting Up on the Wrong …
by Jessica Myhr, Ninja and Creator of Inherent Style
Are you LIVING in your active wear?
Don’t sweat it! Here are some tips to make you look great and not like you just rolled up off your mat.
Think about it. If the person you’ve been eyeing asked you out on a date, what would you most likely do?
A message from your Unicorn Overlords
Elaine Liberty, Patron Goddess of Do-Gooders.Design by BNS
It’s time to let you in on a little (not well kept) secret. Ready?
I walked down Broadway, the way I usually walk down the streets of NYC. With purpose. On a mission. On my way to somewhere to do something most definitely important. My gaze was straight ahead, sunglasses on. My message was clear: Don’t bother me.
With our crazy, fast paced lives it feels as if Valentine’s Day was forever ago, but the other day I realized there was one very significant and special person I forgot to celebrate on Valentine’s Day. And since love should be celebrated everyday I’m going to take a moment to celebrate my love and gratitude …
Say my name, say my name. Better words were never spoken by Destiny’s Child, and boy did those words speak truth a couple of weekends ago when I ran in the United Airlines NYC Half Marathon. One of my big takeaways from the half marathon experience—on top of a feeling of accomplishment, pride and the realization …
Clark Kent had a phone booth. Bruce Wayne had the Batcave. I had the F Train.
originally published August 31, 2014