You May Also Like

The hack Tim Ferriss uses to prioritize self care without compromising productivity

Does posting on social media treat symptoms of anxiety?

The totally passive habit that’ll help you hack your to-do list

Men may have a harder time being single during the holidays than women

Try this holiday HIIT workout from the founders of Tone It Up to burn calories and boost your metabolism

This healthy foodie destination has the most Michelin stars in the world

Tone House is getting a splashy new studio (and leaving Union Square)


(Photo: Robert Caplin for Well+Good)

Tone HouseHaving trouble getting into classes at Tone House? That may change soon.

The boot camp-style sports conditioning-based workout has become a boutique fitness favorite and often has long wait-lists for classes at peak times since it opened in Union Square in March 2014—despite, or maybe because of, its reputation as the toughest workout class in Manhattan.

To remedy that, the brand is moving into a splashy new space in Murray Hill this winter (exact timing TBD), with three times the space for your bear crawls and TRX squats.

More reading: 10 New York City spots where you can tap your inner athlete

The new studio will also have full service locker rooms with showers, a lobby and retail area for pre- and post-class lounging, new fitness toys (a Tone House specialty), and “other surprise amenities,” says COO Elvira Yambot. Classes size will be much bigger, potentially accommodating up to 30 people (up from a current max of 14), but the overall format will stay the same.

More reading: My Studio Style: Tone House COO Elvira Yambot’s fitness fashion picks

Another bonus, according to Yambot? “The distance we’ll have for speed work and sprints will be much more,” she says. “That will be an added challenge to the workout in and of itself, just changing how far the person is running and crawling.”

Wait, so it might actually get harder? We’d like to request an ice bath recovery area in the locker rooms, please. —Lisa Elaine Held

For more information, visit www.tonehousenewyork.com

(Photo: Robert Caplin for Well+Good)