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The TRX bands for the new, super-sweaty Core Fusion Extreme class. (Photo: Exhale Flatiron)

Some businesses slow down in summer (ice skate rentals), while others rev up (popsicle vendors).

Exhale is in the latter category.

The spa and fitness brand known for its signature Core Fusion barre workout, as well as yoga, just opened three new fitness locations across the country:

A from-scratch Exhale South Beach location in the Loews Miami Beach Hotel with 16 spa treatment rooms; a brand-new fitness studio at Exhale Hollywood, in the Loews Hollywood Hotel where the company has had only a spa; and its first stand-alone studio, Exhale Flatiron in New York (no spa, just extra sweat).

The much-buzzed-about Flatiron studio is the brand’s sixth studio in New York City and is the exclusive workout home of Core Fusion Extreme, a High Intensity Interval Training class, co-created with Bergen Wheeler, one of Exhale’s most sought after (and tough) teachers.

Meanwhile, those pulsing at the Core Fusion barre at the Miami Beach and Hollywood studios have their own perks—such as frequently offered classes on the beach or poolside. (Jealous.)

These three new openings bring Exhale to a total of 23 locations. —Melisse Gelula

For more information, visit www.exhalespa.com

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