If you're still crashing hard from your Pain & Gain-fueled adrenaline rush and meathead fantasyland at the theater this weekend, not to worry. A few cafecitos and some LOLZ cats will remind you that you're not, in fact, a member of the Sun Gym gang. Nor do you have the epic brawn of Marky Mark or the Rock. In the light of day, you have no muscle tone, you're scared of needles (ruling out roids), and you wouldn't hurt a fly.
So goodbye to delusions of grandeur and hello to Monday morning reality. Until next weekend's escapism, here are some free ways to pass the time - none of which involve heavy lifting.
Free Yoga in Bayfront Park: Yoga studio prices aren't exactly zen-inducing, so do your downward facing dog free of charge in a lovely outdoor setting, to boot.
Free Screening of Ni Rojo, Ni Verde, Azul! At Blackbird Ordinary: Check out a critically acclaimed overview of the Cuba's art and music movement - and mingle with Miami's hipster masses.
Brickell Art Walk: Get your art on in the yuppie paradise otherwise known as Brickell.
First Friday Artwalk in Downtown: Eyeball works by some of Miami's best including the TM Sisters, Dimensions Variable and Bas Fisher Invitational as you kick off your weekend with some cultural-relevance.
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