Stay on top of your get-fit game with these five new fitness trends.
Want a workout with the most amazing skyline in the world? Sign up for a class at Brooklyn Bridge bootcamp, where you’ll be squatting, running, crunching, dipping, lunging and butt-lifting your way to fitness.
Booiaka is a combination of Latin, Brazilian, Jamaican, Hip-Hop, Old School and Raggaeton dance styles to create a 60-minute non-stop dance routine.
The concept of TRX training uses gravity against your own body weight to simultaneously develop strength, balance, flexibility and core stability.
Jump on board the RipSurferX, a stationary surfboard trainer which is designed to mimic the movement of a surfboard on water. The 45-minute class is structured like a surf session, weaving in intense cardio, strength training, and core work.
The latest form of yoga turns your fitness regime upside down with the help of a silk hammock suspended from the ceiling. A cross between traditional yoga and part Cirque du Soleil, this low-impact workout involves performing a medley of yoga, calisthenics, Pilates and dance moves while defining gravity.
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