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When it comes to boutique fitness studios, San Diego has its pick. But if an immersive experience complete with heart-pounding music, dim lighting, and an instructor shouting over a microphone isn’t your style, we’ve got you.
Introducing Performance360, a local strength training gym that understands you don’t need all the bells and whistles to get in a solid sweat.
At Performance360, it’s not about breaking you down, it’s about building a supportive community of like-minded people and giving them the tools to be their best selves. Known for a no-frills approach to working out, this garage-style gym has some of the smartest programming in the game — all you have to do is show up and work hard.
Similar to a WOD, their daily training program, Progressive Strength & Conditioning (PSC), features intentional and structured movements meant to help you build strength and endurance, and improve your overall mental and physical toughness.
But don’t worry — you’ll know what you’re getting into beforehand. Workouts are planned a week in advance and posted online, so you’ll be ready to crush whatever they have in mind, whether that’s endless burpees and battle ropes or a full-body kettlebell session. Plus, certain days of the week are focused on a specific movement, lift, or challenge, and are repeated throughout the month, making it incredibly easy to track progress.
P360 also peppers in classes like Muscle, FIT, and yoga into their weekly schedule, so there’s always an opportunity to try out something new. What could be barbells one day could be cardio training the next!
And while class sizes are typically around 25-30 people, the coaches are so on top of it that members receive plenty of individual attention. If you want to do your own thing, they get it — just come to open gym on the weekends for access to all of their equipment and some extra coaching.
In addition to offering top-tier programming, what sets Performance360 apart is its commitment to providing an inclusive environment for its members. Whether you’re looking to improve your mile time, be more active, or just get stronger, you’ll feel welcome and empowered to start crushing your fitness goals.
Ready to see what makes this sweat squad a step above the rest? Check out one of their four San Diego locations in Pacific Beach, Crown Point, and Bay Park. Oh, and be sure to stay connected to the tribe throughout the day via P360’s Instagram stories (they often feature members).
Things are weird. Times are changing. It seems like just when we’re starting to get a grip, there’s another surprise. When it comes to beauty, we've had to adapt on our own due to salon closures, keep an eye on preparations and protocol changes during those closures, try to know what we’re doing before booking an appointment once they reopened, and maybe even brave the journey back to the salon. Whether you live in a place where salons are open, you’ve experienced a second shutdown, or you straight up haven’t had a haircut since March, we can all probably agree that we’re expecting some differences in the salon and spa world thanks to COVID.
We wanted to gauge how everyone is thinking and feeling about all this, so we put out a poll on our Instagram, asking you all what you expect from beauty salons right now.
Here’s what you had to say...
53% of you have returned to the hair salon by now, while 47% of you have not. This makes sense, because every area of the country is different when it comes to cases, closures, and mandates, and every person is different when it comes to risk and safety.
While many hair salons have begun operating outdoors due to government regulations, 58% of you said you’re fine with getting your haircut indoors, while the other 42% are more comfortable keeping it outside.
58% of you said you’d rather go to your hair salon than have your stylist come to you. I get it, home is a safe space, probably shouldn’t let any outsiders in.
69% of you said you’re “totally!” going to tip more for services once you start receiving them again. During this time without our stylists and aestheticians, I think we all realized how much we need them and appreciate them, and many of us are willing to show them a little extra gratitude to make up for the time we spent apart.
But, most of you aren’t. 56% of you said you have not cut or colored your own or a friend’s hair, because it was too risky, while the other 44% just “had to!”
Only 29% of you have returned to nail salons, while the rest are sticking to at-home manicures. Maybe we’re all just getting really good at it? But probably, it’s because a lot of them are still closed down, or because it’s a little more difficult to get a pedicure outdoors (we need our massage chairs!).
Our last poll question asked about what differences you’ve all noticed when heading back to the salon, and you all had a lot to say...
It’s a beautiful thing to see how the salon and spa community has come together, taken precautions, and adjustments, all so they can continue to help us look and feel our best. If you haven’t spoken to your stylist lately (or even if you have), don’t forget to shoot them a thank you and let them know you appreciate them.