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#SweatworkingWeek Fitness Festival brought to you by Michelob ULTRA: Box with Beats by The DJ Firm and a Live Drummer


Sunday, January 19, 2020 from 11:50 AM to 12:50 PM (CST)

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At the #SweatworkingWeek Fitness Festival, our final destination of the week is a landmark that has had a lot of big names pass through it throughout Chicago’s storied history. We’re taking out Thalia Hall for a fitness festival to wrap up the week.

Let the music amp you up as the DJ Firm performs alongside a live drummer for this boxing and conditioning session led by Midtown Athletic Club's Julian Collins Sr. You'll be challenged with combos or jab, cross, hook, and uppercut, but you'll also find yourself sweating as you get your heart rate WAY UP with conditioning drills. And because Julian is an athlete who treats boxing like a sport, you'll get a chance to feel like the undisputed champ too. This is the perfect session to close down #SweatworkingWeek. 

What is #SweatworkingWeek?

Twice a year, we put our heads together to create a schedule that entices Chicagoans to try new things and meet new people, all while working out across the city. Each time we host #SweatworkingWeek, it changes, it evolves. This - the sixth edition - is no different. January 14-19, you'll experience a true celebration of Chicago’s culture through the lens of sweat.

This time around, we worked with some gems within the city - museums, attractions, monuments, and, yes, studios - to create a schedule that will make it easy to try new things and meet new people. And each workout will have a special reminder of why we live here and what’s here to to explore.

Plus, we’ll have our friends at Michelob ULTRA on hand throughout the week to infuse your post-workout with bursts of joy (which just so happen to come in little cups of perfectly mixed beer-mosas and other celebratory drinks). Their refreshing light beer enhances the experience of making friends and learning new things; plus, it makes those post-workout endorphins that much more worth it.

More About Thalia Hall

Thalia Hall is a historic landmark located in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago. It was founded by John Dusek at the turn of the century as a neighborhood establishment. Dusek was a family man, a tavern owner, and a facilitator of the arts. He was a visionary, and the founding father of Thalia Hall. His hope for the corner of 18th & Allport was to build a public hall for the community. In 1892 his dream became reality: a multi-purpose property that would offer commercial storefronts, residential housing, and a hall for the community.

The hall was deemed a historical landmark in 1989 and today you can find comedy shows, The Pilsen Yoga Tribe, concerts, weddings and so much more in the great hall. Within the same walls, top-rated restaurants like Dusek’s, Tack Room and Punch House all call it home.



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Thalia Hall
1807 South Allport Street
Chicago, IL 60608

Sunday, January 19, 2020 from 11:50 AM to 12:50 PM (CST)

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aSweatLife helps you live your best life with fitness as the catalyst. We've hosted #Sweatworking events across Chicago for three years to showcase where we love to work out across Chicago.

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