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If you decide to make Spot Yoga your go-to studio, you definitely won't have to worry about getting sick of staring at the same exposed brick wall or Ganesha mural.
Title Boxing Club says it has more in common with Barry's Bootcamp (think: intervals and intensity) than other boutique boxing studios.
TorqBoard scores and competition play backup to riding to the rhythm.
BFX's new fusion class, Box and Bell, combines kettlebell and heavy bag boxing intervals for a full-body workout.
Downtown's new boxing workout will have you running laps, wearing gloves, and throwing punches in a super-size loft used for photo shoots.
Indie Williamsburg spot Syncstudio has 20-somethings lining up for the no-frills, all-sweat classes. What to expect from the signature workout.
Body Conceptions' new BoCo Blast 45 is a dancing and jumping sweat fest that really gets (and keeps) your heart rate up.
Is there a more appropriate place to master rowing than on a pier on the Hudson River?
For its signature group workout, you'll alternate rowing drills and weight training. Sweat is the constant.
The new Upper East Side fitness spot wants to help you take it "back to the basics." For starters, how's your push-up game, really?
The sweaty, spiritual workout which combines yoga, dance cardio, and HIIT is offered at two spots in NYC—and you can also experience it at home.
The Torrance indoor trampoline park known to host every child’s birthday party is also home to a tough, calorie-torching workout for adults.
The barre studio with $25 classes is open in Tribeca.
Among the campy Swarovski crystal chandeliers and Louis XIV-style mirrors at this WeHo studio is a serious, sweat-producing HIIT workout.
This calorie-torching workout combines dance cardio with hardcore plyometrics—and has an A-list celebrity fanbase.
The Herald Square boutique fitness studio combines rowing and CrossFit-inspired strength training with an old-school, gym-class vibe.
Ever get nostalgic for high school soccer practice? These workouts feel more like prep for team sports season than group fitness classes.
Star bicoastal trainer Shay Kostabi created this brand-new sweat session that uses serious resistance for total body conditioning (and exhaustion).
With the motto “yoga for tired people," we were expecting the class to put us to sleep. But here's why it's worth staying awake.
What if your sweaty Lady Gaga-laced cardio workout class came with self-defense training you could really use on the city streets?
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