PHOTOS: NYC’s Mark Fisher Fitness Goes Back To The ’90s For Broadway Bares

Last week, Mark Fisher Fitness came up with an off-beat fundraiser for the upcoming Broadway Bares burlesque revue: “I Love the 90s” saw trainers and clients singing hits from Spice Girls, Alanis Morisette, Seal, Gwen Stefani and other pop stars of the Grunge Decade.

The boutique gym isn’t exactly your usual sweat factory: The owners believe the key to a positive health is careful coaching and a fun program designed in an inclusive atmosphere.  Trainers are often over the top, like drag queen Chelsea Piers (above, left) who teaches the popular “Ninja Essentials” classes..

On June 5, Mark Fisher’s large-scale Unicorn Jamboree benefit kicks off at Industry. The evening will be an evening of charity, debauchery, and sexy unicorns benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, the New York theater world’s response to the AIDS epidemic.  Visit the Mark Fisher Fitness site for more details

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Photos: JJ Keyes




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  • Paul F

    Well, at effin’ last. A long haired stud “featured” on a gay site. Give me a man with hair, LONG beautiful hair. (come on you know the words to the song, sing along!) So tired of buzz cuts and hairless bodies on men. Picture three stopped me in my tracks to write this, so now I’ll continue in the hopes of finding more, more, more!

  • rick

    Um, it was a “Grunge Half Decade” if anything.

    Spice Girls and Britney had nothing at all to do with Garbage or Alanis Morrissette.

    The “90s” ended in about 1996, musically.

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