5 Unique New Ways To Work Out In LA

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Who says a work out has to be boring? When you live in Los Angeles, you have infinite options for unique new ways to get in shape. These five haute programs will get you out of your comfort zone and in to those skinny jeans.

Stand-up Paddle-Boarding (SUP) Yoga

via YOGAqua Facebook page
via YOGAqua Facebook page

Trade your yoga mat for a paddleboard in this exciting class. A small group of open-minded yogis gather in the middle of the beautifully breezy Marina Del Rey to practice their craft. Whether you’re a beginner or advanced, there is always something new you and your body can learn here. You may wobble or get just a tad bit wet, but it is definitely worth it.

Trapeze School Los Angeles

via Trapeze School Facebook Page
via Trapeze School Facebook page

Face your fears and fall into fitness at the Trapeze School Los Angeles. This experience will have your mind distracted so you will literally have no clue you’re actually getting a great workout. If you think your fears are too strong for this feat, just focus on the stunning Santa Monica Beach. Because it will be the backdrop of this class.

Widman Athletica

via wildmanathletica.com
via wildmanathletica.com

Ditch the gym and float in the sky for this incredibly challenging workout. This silks class encompasses every single muscle in your body. Not only will you look beautiful while doing it, it will make your body just that much more beautiful too. Potential random skill to add to your resume? We think yes.

Pop Physique 

via Pop Physique Facebook page
via Pop Physique Facebook page

Putting the art back in your workout is Pop Physique. This barre and stretching combination will make you feel like you’re part of a performance art piece rather than a toning class. This amazing workout uses the principles of dance to give you that long, lean muscle you’ve been looking for.

Richard Simmons Slimmons Studio

via Slimmons Studio Facebook page
via Slimmons Studio Facebook page

“The year was 1974. My dream was to open up an exercise studio that was fun. I had  taken classes all over the city of Los Angeles.  Most of the classes were very serious. Everyone looked like they were pouting while they worked out. That is when I decided that I needed to open up a place where people smiled when they sweat and danced to the music. So in the summer of 1974 I opened my doors to Slimmons,” Richard Simmons advertises on his website. His eccentric and fun style translate into his classes for a lot of sweat and a little bit of laughter along the way.

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