James Giannantonio does not consider himself a fitness maniac. But Mr. Giannantonio, a 31-year-old Philadelphian, knows he may appear that way when he visits New York. “I have the same routine every time I come,” he said. “I check in, then I take out the yoga mat in the little workout area they set up in each room, and I do some stretching and light yoga for 20 minutes. Then I head down to the gym and run on a treadmill for 35 or 40 minutes.” Mr. Giannantonio does this every other week, when he stays at Even Hotels Times Square South. His job as a project manager for the energy company Veolia, based in Paris, requires the frequent hotel visits. “The thing is consistency,” he said. “If I’m coming here, I know I’ll be engaged enough to want to work out.” Get the full story at The New York Times Read also "Hotels finding fitness areas get scant use"