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The Hamptons has some of the trendiest nightlife, but sometimes you have to balance out all that after-hours fun with a good workout. Check out some of the most innovative workouts from paddle board yoga to candlelit cycling. This is your guide to chic fun fitness in the Hamptons! More»
In order to maintain your health, your waistline and often times your sanity, working out is a daily necessity. But you can't just go to any work out class, you have to attend one that just right for your personality. So whether you don't want to leave your chair, you want to stay trendy while you sweat or you really aren't messing around, we found all of the workout to keep you toned in the Hamptons for the rest of the summer. More»
This past weekend SLT "Strengthen, Lengthen and Tone" brought its effective 50-minute workout to The Surf Lodge, adding yet another perk to the already stacked line-up at the hotel. Offering four classes a day, SLT at The Surf Lodge will offer its heart-pumping, music-focused program that includes Yoga, Kickboxing and Core-centric workouts. More»
Just when you think you have your workout schedule all figured out, yet another fitness studio with a new method of working your abs lands on the East End. This week, Barry's Bootcamp is the spot to check out, but we're warning you, they might make you drop and give them 50 before the class even starts. Far from your calm yoga class, an hour of bootcamp will grant you the privilege to at least taste dessert tonight, and still enjoy a few cocktails afterwards. More»
Summer is short and you shouldn't spend all of your time at the gym, but it's still important to look smoking hot in your Eres bikini. The solution? Take a 55 minute class at Chaise23, and get a full body work out that will transform your body by the end of the summer, if not before then. Performed completely on a chair, with aid from bungee cords and a spiky gold ball, one workout later you will see why. More»
Sunday, May 19
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.