Chicago: Where to get fit and eat well

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Baby, it's cold outside. As the temperatures continue to drop it's easy to just want to skip a workout, stay indoors and hide under the covers and watch Netflix all night. But we know that's not your style.

You're the adventurous, go-getter, get-it-done, stay focused type. With that said, we've complied a short list of some of the places you should check out to help you stay on track.

WHERE TO GET FIT:

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Pure Barre - Lincoln Park : A full-body workout concentrating on the areas women struggle with the most: hips, thighs, seat, abdominals and arms.

Studio Fit Chicago : A boutique fitness studio in the heart of Lincoln Park that offers a friendly, non-intimidating atmosphere where women can come work out, meet new people, and have fun while achieving their fitness goals. P.S. - First week is FREE!

Title Boxing Club: Founded in 2008 by retired professional boxer Danny Campbell, TITLE Boxing Club Chicago Lincoln Park is a health club that packs a punch.

360 Mind Body Soul: Helps members maintain a long-term healthy lifestyle. Offers unlimited monthly class options, dramatic weight-loss challenges, and special events

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WHERE TO EAT GOOD:

LYFE Kitchen: Quality food using locally and sustainably sourced ingredients whenever possible.

Protein bar: Focus is on serving healthy, flavorful food in a hip, trendy environment quickly and efficiently so you can get back to your day.

I Dream of Falafal : Raw, fresh, healthy ingredients like 100% organic chickpeas.

Mixed Greens: Salad joint featuring paninis, soup and pizzas.

Green Zebra: Specific focus on locally produced, seasonal fruits and vegetables.

Already have a few favorites? Tell us about them in the comments below!

City Fit Girls Run Club Chicago meets every Wednesday at 6:30PM at Lincoln Park near the Benjamin Franklin Statue (Near La Salle Drive & Stockton). Group Run Leaders: Jessica & Mandie.