Meet the HIIT workout your fitness routine is missing

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The season of cozy sweaters and new TV shows is upon us—but that doesn’t mean you want to throw your workout routine out the window and just curl up with a pumpkin spice latte.

Looking for a fitness option to start fall on a positive note? New York City’s Fhitting Room has you covered with HIIT classes heavy on fun (and light on intimidation).

Fhitting Room classes are 50 minutes of upbeat sweat—and the routines are switched up every day, so you’ll never get bored. Uber-encouraging instructors guide you through moves like kettlebell swings, burpees, and box jumps designed to help you feel—and over time, see—the benefits.

Plus, each class has no more than 24 students, which means you’ll get tons of personalized attention from the pros (AKA your new best friends).

Ready to give it a try? Snag a complimentary first class through October 18 at either of Fhitting Room’s Upper East or Upper West Side locations with code WGFIRSTFHIX, which must be redeemed by October 18 so go, like, now. New fall (and forever) workout: Found.

In partnership with Fhitting Room

Top photo: Fhitting Room

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