Los Angeles is a great city that invites you to have a good time while being conscious of your health at the same time. It houses a great number of tourist attractions, gyms and spas, cryotherapy centers, and yoga classes all in one place. The metropolis has an easy access to outdoor activities for locals and tourists alike. There are many more places in LA worthy to mention but how can you get from one destination to another? Simple: try any of SteerStrider models. These mobile elliptical bicycles guarantee that you stay fit while enjoying what LA can offer. As a personal trainer you want to keep things exciting for your clients. Check out some of these places to go with your clients to mix it up!
Echo Park Pedalboats
751 N. Echo Park Ave., Echo Park | 213.481.8577
Though smaller compared to Griffith Park or Runyon Canyon, going here is still worth it. You will be treated to marvelous views of Downtown’s skyline and has a long stretch of walking trail. Kids will surely love a fun-filled pedal boat adventure in the afternoon.
1501 Will Rogers State Park Rd., Pacific Palisades | 310.454.8212
If you are looking for a nearby place where you can have a quick hike or just do some stretching, Inspiration Point is the closest you can get. It is a small area, maybe less than three miles, which starts and ends at the Will Rogers State Park, where you can also have a picnic with your little ones.
Hollywood Farmers Market
1600 Ivar Ave., Hollywood
This place is considered to be the Mecca of health-conscious residents of the city. This is where you can find fresh and organic produce in California. There are fruits, vegetables, eggs, and meats. Aside from agricultural items, you can also enjoy gluten-free bread and brewed coffee on many food stalls. Even if you will not buy or eat anything, just being there and do people-watching is also very enjoyable.
Paseo Miramar, Pacific Palisades
Paseo Miramar is the best place to catch the perfect view of the sunset. As the sun goes down the horizon, different shades of orange and yellow from the sky are being reflected in the ocean. It has a five-mile hiking trail which can be accessed easily. You can park your car on the street for free. Before your day ends, take a bite of gluten-free cupcakes at Café Vida.
3400 N. Beachwood Dr., Hollywood | 323.469.5450
It is easy to reach the Hollywood sign through a car but why not go there riding a horse? If you seek some thrill, head on to Griffith Park where Sunset Ranch can offer you a spectacular view of LA while on a horseback for the two-and-a-half ride. This is more fun to go to the Hollywood sign, especially for kids.