Unique Fitness Classes To Try Across The U.S.

With bikini season quickly approaching, it’s always a goal of ours to kick up our workouts right around this time. Instead of getting stuck in a rut, we’re trying some new and unique classes across the country, and want to make sure the readers of GG know about them, too! From underwater cycling to aerial Pilates, it’s time to get fit—while having fun!

Unique Fitness Classes To Try Across The US 2The Monster Cycle – New York City: Our NYC editor, Carly, can’t get enough of this fitness studio, and it’s not just because of its Beyoncé-themed spin classes! This SoHo spin studio is extra fun, thanks to the music videos displayed on huge flat-screen TVs, to help give you extra motivation and energy in class.

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Unique Fitness Classes To Try Across The USY7 Studio, Hip-Hop Yoga – Los Angeles and New York City: Sweat it out while listening to old school hip-hop during the strengthening candlelit hot yoga classes.

Unique Fitness Classes To Try Across The US 3Air – Chicago, Charlotte, N.C. and Los Angeles: Using aerial silk hammocks, get an intense workout that combines yoga, ballet and Pilates—while floating in the air!

Unique Fitness Classes To Try Across The US 4Pop Physique – Atlanta, Baltimore, Los Angeles, New York City and San Francisco: We love a good barre class, especially when it specializes in giving us an extra-toned butt! With multiple locations across the country, fun music and chic studios, we can’t get enough of our weekly workouts here.

Unique Fitness Classes To Try Across The US 1Barry’s Bootcamp – Boston, Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Miami, Nashville and New York City: Get ready to SWEAT! These super-intense interval classes combine running, weights and everything in between for lots of fat burning in one hour.

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Unique Fitness Classes To Try Across The US 6Aqua Studio – New York City: Spin while you swim! Using water as your resistance, this cycling class utilizes bikes submerged in a pool, giving you both a relaxing and strengthening workout!

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Author: Carly Hill

Raised in Northern Michigan, she now lives in NYC and splits her time working in social media, being a GG editor & exploring the city for the next best meal! Follow on Instagram

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