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The Hottest Workouts for 2015
S10, S10training.com;This workout incorporates weight training and cardio with the goal of getting you to sub 10% body fat (S10), the optimum for health and body composition.
Mile High Run Club, milehighrunclub.com;Treadmills are the new stationary bikes come 2015. This club, the first treadmill studio in the city (it opened last month), offers 45-minute interval runs for the cardio junkie.
SLT, sltnyc.com;SLT stands for strengthen, lengthen, tone—all of which this workout delivers through a combination of cardio, weights and pilates.
The Movement, themovementfitness.com;This studio offers just about every fitness class you could want (dance, yoga, high intensity interval training and more), but the best part is that the company donates per person per class to cancer research.
CityRow, cityrow.com;Each stroke on a row machine works 84% of your muscles for full-body toning, but surprisingly, the workout doesn't leave you painfully sore afterward.
Whole Body Method, wholebodymethod.com;This studio offers 12 different types of Pilates classes, from classical to cardio to TRX training.
Metamorphosis, studiometamorphosis.com;The Morph Workout blends Pilates with the Lagree Fitness Method for a fat-burning class that keeps you on your toes the entire time.
Hot 8 Yoga, hot8yoga.com;These hot yoga classes tone and firm your whole body, improve your flexibility and posture all while getting you into a meditative mindset.
Training Mate, trainingmatela.com;Better than the fact that the circuit-based, high intensity workouts burn around 1,000 calories? They're led by gorgeous Aussie trainers.
Unplug Meditation, unplugmeditation.com;Okay, so meditation isn'ttechnicallya workout, but we're talking about L.A. here. This studio's guided classes help you unwind and get centered—morning, night or on your lunch break.
The Barre Code, thebarrecode.com;You'll have to leave your boyfriend at the door when you sign up for this women-only fitness program, which offers kickboxing, dance, barre and vinyasa.
Shred415, shred415.com;You'll be drenched in sweat and out of breath after this high-intensity workout, but it's worth the toned abs, arms and legs you'll have soon.
CrossTown Fitness, crosstownfitness.com;With over 100 weekly group fitness classes, there's a workout for everyone here. The newest is stand up paddle boarding on the beach.
The Gym of Social Mechanics, social-mechanics.com;This functional strength and conditioning program simulates everyday activities and the community has a CrossFit-like camaraderie.
Beyond Studios, thebeyondstudios.com;"Boredom doesn't exist at Beyond" is the mission statement at these studios, which offer remixed Pilates, cardio and HIIT classes.
Crowbar Cardio, crowbarcardio.com;Choose from high intensity, low impact rowing, cycling and barre classes.
Anatomy 1220, anatomyat1220.com;What happens when you combine sports guys with club owners? Anatomy, an exclusive, membership-only workout club/post-party recovery hangout featuring chandeliers, red carpets and state-of-the-art machines.
Paddle Boarding at The Standard, standardhotels.com;Get in a workout and a tan with a core-stabilizing paddle boarding class.
Barre Motion, barremotionmiami.com;This chic, minimalist barre studio promises a body transformation as well as a renewed sense of mindfulness.
Orangetheory, orangetheoryfitness.com;This intense workout combines rowing, treadmill and weights and monitors your heart rate throughout with the goal of keeping it in the "orange zone" for optimal metabolism stimulation and increased energy.
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