Now is probably a good time to acquire a fitness routine, both because it's good for your health and also to prevent yourself from going downright stir crazy in your living room in the coming weeks. Supporting a local studio/gym/trainer sure is swell, too.
For the month of June, Summer Feet is offering “Tours for Tips,” free guided bike rides for locals. At the end of the ride, simply tip the guide.
The popular Trek Across Maine, 180-mile ride that typically takes place Father's Day weekend, is now a virtual event.
The Trek Across Maine is coming up on Father's Day weekend. Your first step: SIGN UP! Then it's time to start training. These Extremely Helpful Tips for Training for the Trek should help.
Freeport Fitness offers spin, yoga, and circuit training classes. And owner Chelsea Simcock has established a welcoming and good-humored environment where you can challenge yourself and maybe even laugh along the way.
These neat two-person pedal bikes are a hoot to ride, and they make for a pretty unique and easy-going experience through the woods in Thorndike.
Thursday night bike rides that end with a beer. The 22-mile ride starts at Maine Beer Company at 5:15 p.m. every Thursday through September.
The annual Trek Across Maine is coming up on Father’s Day Weekend. It’s an incredible and memorable three days and 180 miles. If you’ve been eyeing this ride for years but have yet to sign up because you keep telling yourself, “That ride looks awesome, but I couldn’t do that,” well I’m here to say: Yes you can!
Take advantage of early season swaps and sales to buy new-to-you gear that you can use all summer long.
Between the indoor saltwater pool, the personal training, the sauna, the rows of cardio and weight machines, and the long list of group fitness classes (including cycling, yoga, thai chi, Barre Fusion, boot camp, and Bodypump), Quest Fitness in Kennebunk pretty much has all the things.