What are the top fitness and workout trends right now? Here’s our take on the best new trending personal fitness and workout classes and routines in Summer 2023 to try right now, including The Ness.
what’s new and trending in personal fitness and workout classes this Summer?
Do you stick to a routine or two-step outside your comfort zone at the neighborhood’s newest hip-hop class when working out? Is a pre-planned jog your go-to, or do you slip, slide, and stretch on a Pilates reformer?
While there is no wrong way to exercise, keeping up with the trending workout classes can help familiarize you with what’s happening in the world of health and give you plenty of options when you’re bored of the same ‘ole thing.
1. The Ness
Jump your way into shape with The Ness’ dance-inspired workout class that offers classes both on and off the trampoline, all crafted and refined to fit your personal workout needs. Classes range in length from 10-50 minutes, and the Ness offers several options, from different levels of bounce, sculpt, and stretch classes. The NYC studio is located on the edge of Tribeca and Chinatown, and there is a Bridgehampton location for those summer getaways.
2. YO BK
Flow into the week with hot yoga at YO BK. The Brooklyn hot yoga studio offers over 100 weekly classes in Greenpoint and Williamsburg, with options to take classes 24/7 online. Ranging from yin yoga, power vinyasa, and SO much more, YO BK will have you feeling the yoga flow in no time. Namaste.
Even nationwide, yoga is still one of today’s top workouts amongst millennials and Gen X’ers. Y7’s motto is “we flow hard,” and flow hard you will with studios in New York City and Los Angeles. Bend and twist to some of your favorite artists or sweat in the comfort of your living room with a pre-recorded online class.
Build your body with Bunda, a half StairMaster, half resistance training workout class that’s all the rage in Los Angeles. As Bunda would say, “A Better Body Begins with a Better Butt,” and we find it hard to disagree. Though the glutes are the primary focus at Bunda, building a strong, sexy body is the overall goal, with classes designed to stabilize the lower back and knee joints and target stubborn fat.
5. The Class
Mindfulness meets movement with The Class, a mat-based, music-driven workout that repeats one move per song to create a sensation in the body and allow your mind to focus on your thoughts. Class students are guided through familiar exercises like squats, jumping jacks, and burpees. There are studios in New York City, Los Angeles, and digitally, and options for everyone, including prenatal, deep stretch, The Class Light (low impact), and more.
Clip in your bike sneakers; cycling has NOT gone out of style! While there are endless riding classes nationwide, there’s something extra special about CycleBar. Classes are low-impact/high-intensity, suited for people at all experience levels. There are seven studios in New York City alone and locations in almost all 50 states and Canada, making it a fast, easy, sweaty way to get into shape.
7. Heated Room
Hot Pilates classes are heating up around the country. We’re confident you’ve heard of pilates – a low-impact, highly-effective workout that slims and tones your body, but have you tried it in the heat? Los Angeles’ Heated Room offers the ultimate training using a state-of-the-art infrared heating system with mat pilates and private reformers. Rooms are heated up to 100 degrees Fahrenheit, and there are class options for newcomers or Pilates gurus.
Lauren Kleban’s LEKFIT is popular amongst the LA celebrity scene, with beginner-advanced classes ranging between 40-60 minutes. Classes are designed to rival spinning, boxing, or running classes with added benefits of the rebounder. Drip sweat and get your heart pumping at the LA studio in Miracle Mile with a group or private class or by booking an online session.
9. Body By Simone
Dance the day away (or at least the next 55 minutes). Body By Simone is a dance-based fitness class with roots in Los Angeles and New York. Founded in 2011 by celebrity trainer Simone De La Rue, Body By Simone supports a strong community of women from all walks of life looking to improve their life through dance and fitness. They offer one-on-one personal training and group classes that can be accessed in person or virtually through their app.
Unleash your inner Mike Tyson at Rumble, a full-body, boxing-inspired workout class. Rumble has been trendy for years, with celebrities like Justin Bieber backing the fast-faced, high-energy class. Rumble has studios all over the country, and there is zero boxing experience necessary to get the full benefits of the 50-minute workout class.
best new fitness and workout trends to try in Summer 2023
Our list of the best new trending personal fitness and workout classes and routines in Summer 2023 to try right now, including The Ness.