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Guess which iconic New York workout is launching in Los Angeles?

Brooklyn Bridge Boot Camp LA

Since 2008, Brooklyn Bridge Boot Camp, created by brainiac fitness-nutrition pro Ariane Hundt, has been giving New York City’s fitness-obsessed the chance to sweat it out on the New York landmark while enjoying the incredible city views (and dodging tourists).

Now, the iconic NYC workout, packed with cardio and strength-training intervals, muscle-burning resistance bands work, and interspersed with runs, has landed in Los Angeles. And it officially launches Monday, July 27 in Santa Monica’s Palisades Park.

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For the West Coast version, master trainer and Brooklyn native Paul Curiale, is providing scenic ocean views with your butt-kicking, along founder Hundt’s promise for a stronger, more toned body after just five (super challenging) sessions.

Classes will meet at Montana and Ocean in Santa Monica, several times daily, seven days a week. So fitting it into your busy routine shouldn’t too hard—and after your first class, you’ll see (and feel) why it’s so worth it. —Amy Marturana

Brooklyn Bridge Boot Camp Santa Monica, $15 for first-timers, $159 for an unlimited month, Santa Monica Palisades Park,

(Photo: Brooklyn Bridge Boot Camp)