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How W Editors Are Shaping Up for Summer

From yoga to outdoor run clubs, 11 W editors share the new workouts they’re adopting just in time for warmer weather.

  • How W Editors Are Shaping Up for Summer  - Summer Workouts
  • How W Editors Are Shaping Up for Summer  - Summer Workouts
  • How W Editors Are Shaping Up for Summer  - Summer Workouts
  • How W Editors Are Shaping Up for Summer  - Summer Workouts
  • How W Editors Are Shaping Up for Summer  - Summer Workouts
  • How W Editors Are Shaping Up for Summer  - Summer Workouts
  • How W Editors Are Shaping Up for Summer  - Summer Workouts
  • How W Editors Are Shaping Up for Summer  - Summer Workouts
  • How W Editors Are Shaping Up for Summer  - Summer Workouts
  • How W Editors Are Shaping Up for Summer  - Summer Workouts
  • How W Editors Are Shaping Up for Summer  - Summer Workouts
  • How W Editors Are Shaping Up for Summer  - Summer Workouts
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    The inspiration: Marisa Berenson in "Local Color," photographed by Hugues Laurent, styled by Patrick Mackie; W magazine April 2014.

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    “I've finally warmed up to the idea of getting strong, so I have started training at S10 with Pierre Batraville.” – Grace Fuller, Jewelry Editor

    S10, s10training.com.

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    “All of the classes offered at the New York Health & Racquet Club are great — from trampoline, to boxing, to barre, you can always count on finding something new with a great teacher. Plus, they have six different locations so you can easily find a class wherever you are!” – Gillian Sagansky, Contributing Writer

    NYHRC, nyhrc.com.

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    “The notion of working out mid-air sounds both thrilling AND like less work!” – Jane Larkworthy, Executive Beauty Director

    Antigravity Lab, antigravitylab.com.

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    “I recently started taking classes at Sky Ting Yoga. The studio’s chic clientele are the only beach-inspo I need.” – Sarah Leon, Digital Editorial Director

    Sky Ting Yoga, skytingyoga.com.

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    “I think I’m the last person in New York to join Barry’s Boot Camp but my friend Sarah Hoover is a fanatic about it and is taking me for my first class this week.  I’m hoping to make it a regular thing!” – Rickie De Sole, Fashion Market and Accessories Director

    Barry’s Bootcamp, barrysbootcamp.com.

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    “I really like hot yoga but want to mix it up a little before summer. This class incorporates dance, high intensity training and flexibility.” – Samantha Andriano, Social Media Manager

    AKT InMotion, aktinmotion.com.

  9. 9/14

    “Chaise Fitness just opened up a location by my house, and it’s a great workout!” –Karin Nelson, Senior Features Editor

    Chaise Fitness, chaisefitness.com.

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    “I try to stay out of the gym when it’s nice out, and Outdoor Voices aptly organizes running group events, which I’ve always wanted to join.” – Emilia Petrarca, Digital Associate Features Editor

    Outdoor Voices, outdoorvoices.com.

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    “Pure Barre has already helped me lose weight and gain long, lean muscles, but stepping it up to five or six times a week will lead to even better results come summer.” – Kelly McDonough, Production Manager, Digital and Print

    Pure Barre, purebarre.com.

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    “I’ve never been a yogi, but the few times I’ve been lucky enough to work out with Krissy Jones of Sky Ting, I’ve felt incredible. I’d love to take more classes with her.” – Vanessa Lawrence, Senior Features Writer

    Sky Ting Yoga, skytingyoga.com.

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    “Between my blatant lack of coordination and the foreign feeling sweat on my brow, I’ve never warmed up to a workout that isn’t swimming. Exhale’s barre classes changed that—the movements are almost as fluid as being in a pool, I’m hooked!” – Mia Adorante, Associate Beauty Editor

    Exhale Spa, exhalespa.com.

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