If you were betting on the Broncos, you probably want to tackle someone in frustration.
But maybe just do some noncontact pull-ups instead.
At this place: The Gym of Social Mechanics, a spartan new facility you’ll employ for group-training and whip-you-into-shape workouts, now open on Lower Greenville.
Inside, it’s just brick walls, black floors, a few rowing machines and a general feeling that you’re going to leave in better shape than you entered. Because these guys have devised a varied set of classes based on functional, everyday movements. Things like jumping, squatting and other vigorous ways to sweat for the next 45 minutes to an hour.
So what you should do: sign up and start attending classes. Doesn’t matter your ability—they’ll tailor things to your level. One day might be bodyweight exercises like pull-ups and jumping rope. Other days might be kettlebell swings and medicine ball tosses.
And if you hear a little construction noise coming from above, that’s just the rooftop they’re building. Come spring, they’ll host sunrise and sunset yoga classes up there next to neighboring HG Sply Co. Which, yes, happens to serve beer.
Warrior pose makes you thirsty.