Q is Equinox’s editorial site that was created to change the conversation on fitness and wellness by presenting it in an elevated way. To us, the body is the ultimate investment. We believe it takes equal parts inspiration and information to get you to commit—and that’s what Q provides.
A former SELF magazine fitness editor, certified trainer and the impetus behind staff lunchtime workouts, Liz lives for gravity-defying arm balances.
A devoted surfer, Ashley spent three years at Women's Wear Daily. She's only semi-reluctantly trading the runway for the treadmill.
Assistant Photo Editor
Lisa is the national creative program manager of group fitness at Equinox and a renowned choreographer, consultant and fitness expert.
As the executive vice president of personal training, David has built Equinox's personal training program over the past ten years. He splits his time between the east coast and west coast and has mastered the art of taking the red-eye.
Tier 4 National Manager
Alex Zimmerman is a graduate of Columbia University and a certified personal trainer with over 10 years of experience. Alex is the National Manager of Equinox's T4 program, and is regularly quoted in media like The Daily News, Smart Money, Fitness, and Men’s Health.
Geralyn is the director of the Equinox Fitness Training Institute, a proprietary education program for personal trainers. As an exercise physiologist, she's advised everyone from Women's Health to Dr. Oz.
Jasmine is a longtime lifestyle editor and was most recently the executive editor of DailyCandy. She has a complex love/hate relationship with cycling.
Founder of Precision Nutrition, Inc., a nutritional coaching and education program. He has worked with athletes in every sport, including pro football, hockey, baseball and basketball.
Athletic training program director at Averett University and co-developer of the functional movement screen, an evaluation technique used in fitness assessments.
Director of the UCLA Exercise Physiology Research Laboratory and the health and fitness director of the American College of Sports Medicine.
Adjunct professor at the University of San Francisco and creator of ViPR. Dalcourt works with athletes from college pitchers and NHL players to Olympians.
Nationally recognized nutrition expert and author of The O2 Diet, Glassman is the founder and president of Nutritious Life, a nutrition practice based in NYC.
The leading authority on sleep and performance. Dr. Maas served as a Stephen H. Weiss Presidential Fellow and holds the world record for university teaching after his 48-year career at Cornell University. He is the author of Remmy and the Brain Train and the best-seller Power Sleep and coined the term "power nap."
An exercise physiologist and board certified internist specializing in longevity and preventative medicine at the Clear Center of Health in Mill Valley, California. He was formerly a national touring coach for Nike Sports Camp.
Co-director of orthopedic spine surgery at Mount Sinai Medical Center and attending spine surgeon at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City.
Health psychologist and lecturer at Stanford University and leading specialist in mind-body connection. Some works include The Willpower Instinct: How Self-Control Works, Why It Matters, and What You Can Do to Get More of It.
Founder of The Morrison Center and author of Cleanse Your Body/Clear Your Mind, Morrison is a leading expert in championing a nutritional approach to health and degenerative disease prevention.
Author of the renowned Anatomy Trains and 30-year practitioner of integrative manual therapy in clinical and cultural settings from London to Nairobi to Sydney.
Managing partner of SportsLab NYC., Dr. Pyne specializes in the treatment of elite athletes' injuries and has worked with many professional sports teams. He is on the Board of Directors and Medical Advisory Board for Biosara Medical Products.
Physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist offering treatment and prevention of pain and sports related injuries.
Leading specialist in the field of shoulder, knee, elbow and ankle procedures at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City.
Adjunct professor of Exercise Physiology at UCLA. Storer is co-designing the paramaters for a clinical trial on the impact of structured exercise on health outcomes.
Owner and director of Nutrition Energy, a personalized fitness and health program. She was formerly the clinical nutrition and diabetes nutrition educator at New York Presbyterian Hospital.