EPISODE 34 •Propel Co:Labs - Kira Stokes X Nicole Winhoffer 

Propel Water understands that passionate exercisers are always looking for ways to take their workout to the next level – whether it’s through their choice of water or the newest workout. To help inspire fitness enthusiasts, Propel teamed up with some of today’s hottest fitness brands to bring a one-of-a-kind fitness studio – Propel Co:Labs – to NYC.

Propel Co:Labs took place at the end of July, and featured workouts by The Class by Taryn Toomey, Cobra Fitness Club, modelFIT, NW Method, Speedplay, Vixen Workout, Y7 Studio, Yoga for Bad People, and more.


I.AM.YOU. classes provide a 360-degree sensorial, personal, and exclusive kick-your-ass yoga experience that will rock your mind and body. Classes link breath with creative and athletic movements that are designed for all levels, from the most beginner to the most advanced. Each session features music curated by I.AM.YOU's Resident Mixologist and Guest Mixologists influenced by rock & roll, hip-hop, salsa, flamenco and other rhythms from around the globe.

I.AM.YOU. classes help you change YOU from both the outside in and the inside out.

Website: http://www.iamyoustudio.com/

Location: 132 Mulberry Street, Suite 6E
New York, NY, 10013


EPISODE 32 •CYC Fitness

Cyc Fitness is a high-energy, music-driven, indoor cycling experience that offers a unique, whole-body workout.

Website: https://cycfitness.com/

Address: Cyc has locations in NYC, Atlanta GA, Austin TX, Boston MA, and Madison WI.  In NYC they are location at:
CYC Astor: 4 Astor Place, (inside DavidBartonGym) New York, NY 10003
CYC Hells Kitchen: 700 Eighth Avenue, New York, NY 10036

CYC Astor: (212) 897-9922
CYC Hells Kitchen: (212) 256-1347

How long is a class / class options: 

Clip into their signature 45-minute beat-based ride. Calorie burning endurance intervals are combined with weighted sectors inspired by more than 20 different sports movements from boxing, rowing, volleyball and more, to activate the whole body, the whole time.

NEW! CycLift
Turn up the resistance, fire up your core, and grab your weights. This is their signature Cyc45 ride with additional weighted sectors that will sculpt your upper body, build your strength, and take you to the next level.

NEW! CycLean
Take the "weight" off your shoulders and transform your stress into sweat. Raise your stamina in this 45-minute, weight-free ride. Hills, jogs, jumps and the perfect balance of resistance will free your mind and keep your body lean.

NEW! Cyc60
This is for the rider who wants an extra challenge and is ready to leave it all on the bike. Who doesn't want an extra 15 minutes with their Cycologist? Change your body and your mind.

How much? 
Pricing is specific to each region, please refer to their website for exact class prices.

Level of difficulty: All levels.

What it works: Full body with strong cardio emphasis.


EPISODE 30 •Partner Workouts with Jasmine Solano


EPISODE 29 •BESPOKE Physical Therapy

At Bespoke Treatments Physical Therapy in New York City, they understand what it means to be you.  They know that you don't sit back and let life happen.  They recognize your drive to be the very best version of yourself.  They believe you should live life to the fullest without restraints.

Bespoke Treatments Physical Therapy will be your support team to help you beat the demands of your lifestyle and fuel your passion.

EPISODE 28 •Golf Club at Chelsea Piers

The Golf Club at Chelsea Piers, Manhattan's only multi-tiered, year-round outdoor driving range, offers the unique opportunity to hit full shots, practice putting and take lessons from top golf professionals. Located on a scenic Hudson River pier, this four-tiered "super-range" features a 200-yard fairway, a full-service teaching academy, Full Swing simulators, and a membership program for frequent golfers.


EPISODE 27 •Y7 Studio

Y7 is a tribe of strong yogis. Creative teachers and students pushing the boundaries of how yoga can feel.  Fun and challenging, without sacrificing the peacefulness of yoga. They’ve found the balance, a 60 minute vacation.

Website: www.y7-studio.com

Williamsburg: 240 Kent Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11249 (BASEMENT)
SoHo: 430 Broome St, New York, NY 10013 (2ND FLOOR)
Flatiron: 25 W 23rd St, New York, NY 10010 (4TH FLOOR)

Phone: (646) 820-0781

How long is a class / class options: All classes one hour, except 4pm on Sunday at Flatiron is a 90 minute class.  Y7 offers their signature WeFlowHard Vinyasa Class several times a day, complimented by their slower practice offered several times a week, Slow Burn. On Wednesdays and Sundays, Y7 hosts Hip Hop themed classes.

How much? 
Drop-in -  $22
New Client 2-week Special - $45
New Client Month Unlimited - $99
One Month Unlimited - $179
Class packages also available.

Level of difficulty: All levels - with modifications for the most beginner and advanced yogi. 

What it works: Full body with strong core and stretching emphasis.





Claire Thomas is an unabashed food enthusiast. She was born and raised in Los Angeles, and has turned food into an intellectual and grumbling-stomach driven passion. Because of her proximity to great restaurants and food stuffs, the dive into the culinary arena has been exciting for an inquisitive gourmand such as Claire. A self-taught chef, coupled with her incurable curiosity about food, this has pushed her to taste, create, and study anything and everything. Claire works as a commercial director, food photographer, and writer, using her blog, Kitchy Kitchen, as an experimental playground. She has been featured on the web and in print, in titles like Glamour magazine, Town and Country, Refinery 29, Los Angeles magazine, and more. She hopes you enjoy reading about her adventures as much as she enjoys filming and writing about them. Happy eating!



Website: : http://www.yogaworks.com

Address: YogaWorks is a bi-coastal fitness chain with locations in California and New York.  All locations can be found online.

Phone: Studio phone numbers are available on their website.

How much:  YogaWorks offers a variety of memberships and levels of commitment to cater to several different client needs. They offer several different memberships - unique to city life - that will allow yogis to practice all around the city, all around the region, or all around the nation.  New members get 2 weeks of yoga for $30.  Pricing is available on each studio's landing page.

Level of difficulty: Yoga is easily modified for the most basic beginners, and advanced modifications for experienced yogis.  Each class at YogaWorks is noted with their suggested level of experience.

What it works: Full body with an emphasis on stretching, core strengthening, and body centering.



Website: : www.orangetheoryfitness.com

Address: Orangetheory is a national fitness chain with locations all over the country. The Santa Monica studio is located at 1431 2nd St., Santa Monica, CA 90401. All locations can be found online.

Phone: Studio phone numbers are available on their website.

How much:  Orangetheory offers a variety of memberships and levels of commitment to cater to several different client needs. They offer a first class free for new clients, and drop-in sessions.  Prices are unique to each studio, and all information can be found on the individual studios, Client Mind Body booking platform, or by calling the studio.

Level of difficulty: Intermediate to Advanced, with many modifications for members new to heart-rate training methods.

What it works: Full body with separated cardio and strength training stations.


EPISODE 23 •BFX Studio

Website: :www.bfxstudio.com

Address: BFX has four locations: In NYC they have BFX Chelsea, BFX FIDI, and BFX Upper East Side.  In Boston they have BFX Back Bay.

Phone: Studio phone numbers are available on their website.

How much:  BFX is structured through several different pricing levels.  Their traditional classes start at $32 a class.  There is an increase in price for specialty classes and private training.  They also offer class packages with discounts and monthly unlimited memberships.

Level of difficulty: Intermediate to Advanced, with many modifications for members new to their training methods.

What it works: Full body with classes tailored to more cardio focused classes, and strength training classes.


Website: www.the-run.com

Address: 24 W 25th Street, New York NY

Phone: (646) 682-9076

How much:  TheRUN works on a pay-per class model. They offer a first time special of $20 for your first class. Classes are single priced at $34, and they offer package options that give discounts per class for buying multiple classes at once.

Level of difficulty: Intermediate to Advanced, with many modifications for members new to running.

What it works:  Full body with a strong cardio emphasis.



Website: http://www.flexstudios.com

Address: 47 West 14th St. 2nd FL New York, NY 10011 

Phone: (212) 929.6106 

Class Offerings: Flex specializes in pilates, barre, and TRX.  They work on their signature reformer.  Flex offers several unique class options such as prenatal classes, mommy and me classes, and extended classes.

How much:  Flex offers several “FLEX”bile membership options.  For new clients, they offer first class for $25, and one month unlimited for $250.  Single classes are normally $38, and one month is $375.  They offer discounted packages for multiple class purchases, as well as incentives to lock into multiple unlimited month commitments for a monthly rate discount.

Level of difficulty: All levels are encouraged at Flex Studios.  All classes work from the foundation up, and modifications are encouraged for beginners.

What it works: Full body, with a strong body-weight strength training component.



Sakara Life was founded in 2011 by Whitney Tingle and Danielle DuBoise with the intention of providing a healthy and convenient organic meal delivery solution for people ready to take control of their health.

Sakara has found a loyal following among celebrities and busy urbanites alike. They are female-owned and operated. They pride themselves on being 100% plant-based, organic, and supporting local farms whenever possible. All of their meals are made in their awesome New York kitchen, with love.


Website: http://305fitness.com

Address: 18 W 8th St, New York, NY 10011

Phone: (646) 480-2459

Membership Options: 305 offers a select amount of unlimited memberships, on an application basis.  Apply here: http://305fitness.com/prices

How much:  In addition to 305’s unlimited membership options, they also offer a pay-per-class option.  They have a new client special for 2-for the price-of 1.  They also offer discounted options for larger packages.

Level of difficulty: All levels are encouraged at 305 fitness.  The movements and choreography is easily modified for all fitness lovers.

What it works: Full body with a strong cardio-emphasis.


Website: http://brooklynboulders.com

Address: Several locations in Brooklyn, NY; Somerville, MA; Chicago, LA; and Queensbrdge, NY

Phone: Specific location contact information available on their website.

Membership Options: Brooklyn Boulders offers several flexible membership options that include auto-pay, or several month pre-paid structures.  They offer student discounts and family discounts as well.

How much:  All pricing options can be found online.  For Brooklyn specific pricing options, please go here; http://brooklynboulders.com/brooklyn/membership/

Level of difficulty: All levels are encouraged at Brooklyn Boulders.  There are classes and workshops for new climbers, as well as advanced paths for experienced climbers.

What it works: Climbing is a full body workout.  Brooklyn Boulders also offers other fitness classes as well, such as yoga.



Website: www.barre3.com

Address: 63 West 8th Street, 2nd Floor, New York, New York USA 10011

Phone: (212) 228-9606

Class Options: Barre3 offers their signature class where the grace of the ballet barre meets the wisdom of yoga and the strength of Pilates. This vigorous 60-minute workout is made up of a highly effective sequence of exercises designed to transform the body to one of equal balance, strength, and flexibility. Each client receives personal attention to improve results, combined with the motivating and upbeat atmosphere of a group class.

How much:  Barre3 offers many flexible pricing options.  They have two new client promotions- 3 classes for $60, and a month unlimited for $175.  After that, single classes are available for $33 a class, and packages are available as well. Barre3 offers two different types of unlimited month packages; their classic Unlimited Month, and their Flextime Plan - where for a reduced rate, clients can attend unlimited classes at pre-chosen times.

Level of difficulty: Moderate, with modifications for every fitness level.

What it works: Full body, strong emphasis on small-twitch muscle fibers for leaned out muscle results.



Website: www.flywheelsports.com

Address: Flywheel has locations worldwide, including Dubai! Please see full listing of studios on their website. 

For New York riders, you can find studios in Flatiron, Upper West Side, Upper East Side, Lincoln Square, Tribeca, Chelsea, East 60th, and the Hamptons. 

Phone: For a list of studio contacts, please head here www.flywheelsports.com/contact-us

Class Options: Flywheel is offered in 45 minute and 60 minute signature rides.  They also offer themed classes and rides, which they announce on their social media channels and weekly newsletter.  FlyBarre is also a part of the Flywheel family, which is their signature barre class.

How much:  Prices are unique to their region, and can be found on their website.  Flywheel Sports offers many flexible pricing options such as packages, single classes, and even memberships.  Memberships are available for just Flywheel classes, or Flywheel and FlyBarre combined memberships.  Gift cards are also available for purchase.  New York pricing can be found here - www.flywheelsports.com/buy/new-york

Level of difficulty: High intensity cardio, with a ride catered specifically to your abilities with your personal resistance knob.

What it works: Full body, strong emphasis on cardio and endurance with time devoted to arm strengthening with hand weights.



Sweat Life founder Aly Teich sits down over margaritas with Fhitting Room Founder Kari Saitowitz and Chief of Deets and Peeps Jessica Krisburg to talk about why high intensity workouts really work, the "afterburn," and the welcoming Fhitting Room family.

Scroll down for the original Sweat Life episode featuring the Fhitting Room workout!

Flatiron: 31 W. 19th St (bet 5th &6th)
UES: 1166 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10028

Website: www.fhittingroom.com

Phone: (212) 772-1166

How long is a class/class options: One class, Signature FHIX, 50 minutes.  There is an Advanced Kettlebell FHIX once a week for 50 minutes as well.

How much:
Intro Offer: $35 for two classes
One Class: $35
5 Classes: $170
10 Classes: $320
20 Classes: $600
One Month Unlimited: $550

Level of difficulty: Moderate to Intense

What it works: Total body


Website: www.upliftstudios.com

Address: 24 W 23rd Street, Floor 2, New York , NY 10010

Phone: (212) 242-3103 

Class Options: Several different challenges and multi-week group training memberships.  Available for single classes are HIIT, Sculpt Fusion, and Strength.
HIIT:  A non-stop, form-focused cardio bootcamp, HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) class utilizes short bursts of cardio with strength training recovery periods.
Sculpt Fusion: Flow-style class incorporating light free weights, body weight, and yoga-inspired movements. 
Strength: Incorporates dumbbells, resistance bands, and your own body in order to build strength and power — two of a woman’s most important assets! You’ll use the heaviest weights you can and work each muscle group to fatigue before moving on to the next. 

How much? 
-New to Uplift - Two Classes for the Price of One: $34 (one time use only; expires one month from date of purchase)
-Single Class: $34 (expires one month from date of purchase)
-5-Pack: $160 ($32/class; expires three months from date of purchase)
-10-Pack: $305 ($30.50/class; expires six months from date of purchase)
-20-Pack: $580 ($29/class; expires nine months from date of purchase)
-Monthly Unlimited Pass: $350 (expires one month from date of puchase)

Level of difficulty: Range of levels and skills, with advanced classes for more advanced clients.

What it works: Full body, strong emphasis on cardio and endurance.


Website: http://ufcgym.com/nycsoho

Address: 277 Canal St, Soho New York, NY

Phone: 212.951.1375
Class Options: Boxing, Matrix, MMA, Kickboxing, Kids Classes, Advanced Training
How much? Membership scale, free guest pass available to first time clients.

Level of difficulty: Range of levels and skills, with advanced classes for more advanced clients.

What it works: Full body, strong emphasis on cardio and endurance.


Website: www.lyonsdenpoweryoga.com

Address: 279 Church St, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10013

Phone: 646-490-8888
Class Options: All classes are done in a heated room.

Power Journey - Connect breath to movement with this dynamic sequence of postures, inspired by Baron Baptiste’s “Journey Into Power” sequence.  Offered in a 60, 75 and 90-minute formats.

Power Flow - Fuel your inner fire at this invigorating class, which mixes it up with creative variations on the signature Baptiste “Journey into Power” sequence.  Offered in a 60, 75 and 90-minute formats.

Power Beats - This Hot Power Vinyasa class blends great-energy music with a fun, powerful yoga flow that will inspire you, lift your spirits and expand your vision of what is possible within every breath and beat.  Offered in a 60-minute format.

Power Journey Beats - A Hot Power Vinyasa class, set to a great playlist.  Offered in a 60-minute format.

Power Fundamentals - This Hot Vinyasa (Flow) class provides fundamental tools for a strong Baptiste Yoga practice including the form and alignment in each pose.  Offered in a 60-minute format.

Power Ease - This 75-minute class will prepare you for your coming week by providing a time to sweat and practice stillness.  Offered in a 75-minute format.
How much? First-Time New Student Special, 30-day unlimited for $89.  Drop in - $24.  Class packages available as well as monthly memberships and discounts.

Level of difficulty: One level, modifications available to skill level.

What it works: Full body, strong emphasis on core training and stretching.



The EKG Project offers baked goods using high quality ingredients.  Aly Teich meets up with co-founders Gina Cavallo and Emily Farley to discuss the history of EKG.  Their products give you the option to indulge, but stay on track in your lifestyle.  Their mission is to be able to bring truly organic, healthy, and affordable options to New York City.


Website: https://www.pelotoncycle.com/

Address: 140 West 23rd Street, New York, NY 10011

Phone: 1 (866) 679-9129 x 306


Class Options:

Metrics - Ride by the numbers.

Theme - Keeping things fun and festive.

Rhythm - Ride by the beat.

Pure Peloton - The Peloton ride at its core.  Perfectly balanced.

Garmin Sharp - Practice with the pros.

Peloton Power - High-energy.  Speed + strength.

Peloton Endurance - 60 minutes or more.  Challenging hills.

Pelotone - Ride plus tone for a full-body experience.


How much? First ride free.  1 ride - $30, 5 rides - $140, 10 rides - $270, 30 rides - $650

Level of difficulty: Modified to ability with resistance.

What it works: Full body, strong cardio workout.


Throwback Fitness is a super fun, heart-pumping workout, in the Flatiron neighborhood of NYC, that combines rowing and circuit training — all under the guise of old-school games we loved while growing up. Imagine a game of dodgeball where you are required to finish a circuit before getting your chance to lob Nerf balls at the other team.

Website: www.throwbackfit.com

Address: 303 Fifth Ave, Suite 207, New York, NY 10016

Phone: (610) 844-5364

How long is a class / class options: 

Throwback, 45 minutes

Varsity Throwback, 45 minute

CWOW, 30 minutes

How much? Drop in rate, $32, with packages available.  One month unlimited, $199.  First class for $19.

Level of difficulty: Moderate to Advanced, with modifications.

What it works: Full body


In this nutrition episode of The Sweat Life, Aly meets with natural chef Jessica Phillips to learn what goes into making a tasty and nutritious smoothie. With tips on ingredients from GreenBlender, you'll walk away with an easy recipe for a quick and nutrient-packed meal replacement.



Barry's Bootcamp is one of the most popular workouts in the country right now.  It is a treadmill style workout where you do intervals on the treadmill, followed by a full body workout on the floor.  The workout is a combination of cardiovascular work, and interval training.

Website: www.barrysbootcamp.com


Chelsea: 135 W. 20th St. NY, NY 10011
Tribeca: 1 York St. NY, NY 10013
NoHo: 419 Lafayette St. NY, NY 10003


Phone: 646.559.2721

How long is a class / class options : All classes one hour, except 5am classes are 50 minutes.  Signature treadmill, floor workout for every class, with different days focusing on different body sections.

How much? 
1 CLASS $34
5 CLASSES $165 ($33)
10 CLASSES $320 ($32)
15 CLASSES $465 ($31)
20 CLASSES $600 ($30)
30 CLASSES $870 ($29)
50 CLASSES $1400 ($28)

Level of difficulty: Medium to Advanced, with modifications on treadmill speed and weight size. 

What it works: Full body with strong cardio influence.



CityRow, tucked just off Union Square, is an innovative rowing-based workout, that has successfully given the little-used rowing machine its time in the sun. What can we say - indoor rowing is sexy again.

Address: 80 5th Ave #1501, New York, NY 10011

Website: www.cityrow.com

Phone: (212) 242-4790

How long is a class / class options : 
SIGNATURE ROW: High intensity but low impact, Signature Row will work your entire body. Alternating cardio and sculpting intervals on and off of the water-based rowing machines, you will sweat, you will shake, but you WILL make it through with the help of a phenomenal instructor and a kick-ass playlist. Get ready to feel – and see – the difference in your legs, core, and arms! New to rowing? Don’t sweat it – City Row will teach you everything you need to know to crush this class.

SIGNATURE ROW – CORE FOCUS: Like Signature Row, Core Focus takes you through alternating cardio and sculpting intervals on and off of our water-based rowing machines, but all sculpting intervals focus on core specific exercises. And by “core” they don’t just mean “abs.” They mean your entire core, the muscles that wrap around your torso… front, back, and side to side. This is the powerhouse of your body; your body is only as strong as your core!

SIGNATUREX: Signature Row taken to the extreme – more sprints, more reps, more weight, more sweat. SignatureX turns the intensity up while staying true to the promise of providing a smart, total-body workout that you won’t find anywhere else. More than a class, SignatureX is an advanced training program developed for the seriously motivated individual using CityRow’s signature combination of high-intensity rowing and strength training intervals. Not recommended for first-timers. Check the schedule for details on pre-requisites.

ROW+FLOW: Starts with one interval of heart-pumping, total body cardio on the water-based rowing machines followed by vinyasa flow style yoga, focusing on aligning your breath with movement. They call it the best of both worlds. Like salted caramel or cold-pressed cocktails, this unexpected combination results in a workout that you’ll wonder how you ever lived without.

How much: Single class is $32 with package options.

Level of difficulty: Medium to Advanced with modifications.



The workout at Bari Studio is one of NYC’s most high-energy hybrids — a combination of dance cardio, trampoline cardio, and muscle sculpting in a super fun workout. Bari also prides itself on being a welcoming space for students, in both body and mind.

Website: www.thebaristudio.com

Address: 23 Leonard St, New York, NY 10013

Phone: (212) 966-2274

How long is a class / class options:

-BariOne: 55 min, Required before jumping into Bari's other class offerings, BariOne classes offer a fast-paced, attention-driven breakdown of Bari’s primary elements: sensory cardio, trampoline cardio, and muscle sculpting.
 -BariMacro: Bari's signature class, BariMacro, is the perfect balance of cardio and muscle sculpting sequences. It is a one hour, one-stop-shop, incorporating sensory cardio with band resorption sequencing, mat work, and muscular endurance training - for the ultimate total body workout.
 -BariMicro: Consisting of little to no impact, BariMicro is a total body conditioning class. The workout includes the use of props such as Bari’s signature hanging resistance bands, the barre, Bari balls, and Bari skimmers to target each muscle group, sculpting a lean, long figure from head to toe. And even though Micro doesn’t include either of Bari’s cardio elements, you’ll absolutely get your heart rate up and work up a sweat!
 -BariBounce: Spend class bouncing on a Jumpsport Fitness Trampoline for a high-cardio, high-adrenaline, low-impact class. Trampoline work with the hanging resistance bands takes the Bari cardio experience to new heights, and trampoline-based muscle sculpting further challenges strength and balance.
 -BariHybrid: Picking a favorite Bari class is akin to picking a favorite child: (almost) impossible. BariHybrid is a fully-stocked buffet of your favorite classes (minus the indigestion) - combining everything Bari has to offer. Sensory cardio, trampoline cardio, and muscle-sculpting sequences allow you to indulge in a taste-of-everything, full-body workout.
 -BariDrip: Bari's all-cardio class, Baridrip features 55 minutes of heart-racing cardio sequences, including band resorption, dance coordination, and plyometrics.
 -BariReel: The lovechild of BariDrip and BariBounce, this is Bari's most intense and advanced all-cardio class. Class kicks off with 30 minutes of heart-pumping sensory cardio sequences, and caps off with an equally intense 30 minutes of trampoline cardio. While rumored to be Bari’s sweatiest class yet, the high-intensity trampoline cardio lightens the impact of a BariDrip class.
 -BariFocus: The BariFocus series features a variety of quick and dirty 30-minute classes that hone in on a particular body part, prop, or movement. BariFocus offerings include: Sensory Cardio, Bounce, Bands, Abs, and Butt.
 -BariMen: Containing a combination of the primary Bari elements, the approach to movement is reinterpreted to focus on developing power, agility, strength, proprioception, and muscle definition.

How much:

Many different membership options.  Single class, $35.  5 pack, $170.  10 pack for 30 days, $320.  10 pack for 90 days, $350.  Packages available mixing private training and group classes.

Level of difficulty: Ranges from intro classes to advanced.

What it works: Depending on class, some are focused more on strength, some more on cardio. Described in class description.



This week on The Sweat Life we are taking a holistic approach to Health and Wellness.  The healing practice of acupuncture uses small, painless needles to stimulate and unblock pathways in the body called meridians. In this way, acupuncture can change or unblock the flow of energy in the body, and help with any pain — either emotional or physical. It is a a holistic, total body way of approaching your health.

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Today we take the train uptown to The Fhitting Room. This small, but high impact studio features a loaded spring floor which is easy on the joints, and a variety of equipment, all utilized during this 50 minute class.

Address: 1166 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10028

Website: www.fhittingroom.com

Phone: (212) 772-1166

How long is a class/class options: One class, Signature FHIX, 50 minutes.  There is an Advanced Kettlebell FHIX once a week for 50 minutes as well.

How much:
Intro Offer: $35 for two classes
One Class: $35
5 Classes: $170
10 Classes: $320
20 Classes: $600
One Month Unlimited: $550

Level of difficulty: Moderate to Intense

What it works: Total body


Address: 20 East 17th St, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10003

Website: www.tonehousenewyork.com

Phone: (646) 453-6633

How long is a class / class options:  All classes are an hour long, each day of the week focuses on a different body group.  
Monday: Lower Body/Core
Tuesday: Upper Body/Core
Wednesday: Core Focus
Thursday: Total Body
Friday: Conditioning
Saturday: Total Body
Sunday: Total Body

How much: $20 first class, $35 single class.  $500 monthly membership and class packages also available.

Level of difficulty: Advanced

What it works: Full body with focus on different sections on specific days.  Strong cardio influence.




Williamsburg: 32 N 6TH ST, BROOKLYN, NY, 11249

Cobble Hill: 296 Court Street, Brooklyn NY 11231

Website: www.brooklynbodyburn.com

Phone: (718) 384-1133 

How long is a class / class options: All classes 50 minutes, megaformer experience.

How much: New client = $18 1st burn, $79 for 5-class intro package. Regular = $34 single class, $165 5-class package, $305 10-class package, $590 20-class package.  $340 monthly unlimited.

Level of difficulty: Intense, but modifications available.

What it works: Full body, strong core focus


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