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The best photos from Sweaty Saturday [slideshow]


Check out the fitness studios, workouts, and New Yorkers who got their sweat on to celebrate Fashion's Night Out for the fitness scene.
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Sweaty Saturday at Body By SimoneMore than 30 boutique fitness and training studios around New York City participated in the first ever Sweaty Saturday on October 13, an all-day event we’re calling Fashion Night’s Out for the fitness scene.

The city transformed into a playground of workout parties, and fitness-lovers (and Well+Good readers) were out in full force for the special classes that also donated funds to Heath Corps.

And we were there, too, starting with early morning asanas at SLT Yoga in Midtown to a noon class at Peak Performance in the Flatiron to an evening workout at Barry’s Bootcamp in Tribeca.

Check out these and many more studios, workouts, and New Yorkers who got their sweat on to celebrate…

Photo: Taken at Body By Simone. All photos: Well+Good

 

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Joey Gonzales Barry's Bootcamp Sweaty SaturdayJoey Gonzalez, COO and star trainer of Barry’s Bootcamp, works the “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go” Wham! look during a special Sweaty Saturday class at the new Tribeca studio.

 

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Well+Good’s Lisa Elaine Held is still smiling after a group fitness class at Peak Performance with founder and fitness guru, Joe Dowdell.

 

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Shay Kostabi of Flybarre and Holly Rilinger of Flywheel pose in their Sweaty Saturday tanks, that instructors all over the city wore (and are now simultaneously laundering).

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Alycea Ungaro Real Pilates

Alycea Ungaro (center) hosted three signature Pilates classes at her landmark Tribeca studio, Real Pilates, and gave away a Real Pilates Kit.

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The early morning dance-cardio crew at Body By Simone posed for a shot in front of the instructor photo gallery.

 

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The Pure Barre students working their obliques during an ’80s music themed class at the new Union Square studio.

 

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Amanda Freeman of SLT and Erin Jacques of SLT Yoga. Freeman teamed up with Fitist.com to organize Sweaty Saturday.

 

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Uplift StudiosUplift Studio, known for their signature “Workout and Wine” hosted a slew of strength-training classes (all offered at half-price) with BluePrint Juice and mimosas—and some serious thigh work.

 

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Juliette Dallas-Feeney of Pure Matters and Ashley Diamond, the runner and blogger of Healthy Happier Bear, get in a workout after a marathon training run of just 20 miles!

 

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Uptown Pilates took Sweaty Saturday out onto the streets—literally!

 

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Jillian Michaels at Crunch

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