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Tracy Anderson is being sued by neighbors over noise and will move her Tribeca studio

Tracy AndersonFirst Brick CrossFit, then Tracy Anderson is the latest fitness entrepreneur to be battling with neighbors over the noise and vibrations emanating from her workout studio.

According to Page Six, a lawsuit filed by the board at 408 Greenwich St.—where her original, famed studio has been for 8 years—alleges that the celeb trainer’s third floor cardio-toning classes wake residents up at the crack of dawn, cause vibrations that can be felt as high up as the ninth floor and make the building “sway back and forth,” and have affected one tenant directly above the studio to feel “physically ill.”

Anderson’s rep responded to the allegations by officially revealing that she’s signed a lease “just down the block” for an even larger space (that would be more than 4,000 square feet), a move that has been in the works for a while.

Her team is not ready to share details on the new studio location or timing, but in the meantime, if you’re in the #TAMily, maybe it’s time to try some tiny weight-punching at home? Just try not to bother your neighbors when you get to the jumping jacks. —Lisa Elaine Held

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(Photo: Lisa Elaine Held for Well+Good)