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3 quick workouts to fit in before, during, or after work in Atlanta

Get in a quick Atlanta workout with 9Round, which mixes kickboxing with strength and core stations, Plate Sculpt, which uses a Power Plate to activate the body’s natural reflexes, and F45 Training’s combination of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) and traditional circuits.
Music working out

How does music impact your workout?

The lights were dim and the dulcet, alto hum of a cello nearly lulled me to sleep. But this wasn’t the cooldown and savasana of a typical yoga class, its soft playlist emanating from Spotify on a Bluetooth-enabled phone. Tough Love Yoga in Atlanta was hosting one of its live music classes, featuring a cellist who improvised while an instructor took us through restorative poses.
MADabolic

MADabolic at Studioplex aims to torch fat for an athletic physique

MADabolic, a Charlotte-based athletic fitness studio, opened its first Atlanta location at Studioplex in July. Classes are based on the MAD formula, which stands for three different types of intervals—momentum-based, anaerobic speed, and durability drills.
City Surf Atlanta

How to burn a bunch of calories on a surfboard…in Atlanta?

A franchise that started in similarly landlocked Dallas, Texas, City Surf offers 50-minute classes that combine cardio with weight-training and moves that mimic what you’d do out on the waves, all while balancing atop an unstable surfboard.
Working out outside Atlanta allergies

How to keep exercising outdoors in Atlanta when allergies attack

Allergies are a chief complaint in Atlanta, and with good reason: they’re getting worse. So how can you combat them without sacrificing your run in the park? Here are a few tips.
November Project Atlanta

The November Project might be the happiest free workout in town

To call this a typical, early-morning bootcamp would be a bit disingenuous. To call it a cult would be a bit overdramatic—but only a bit.
Heidi Coker

You shouldn’t be afraid to try pole fitness, says this Atlanta champion

Heidi Coker—a former teacher who now travels for, competes in, and teaches pole dancing full-time, including at Atlanta's Pole La Teaz—shrugs off the stigma surrounding her sport. “It’s fitness, not exotic dancing,” she says.
Best of Atlanta Vibe Ride

Nonintimidating spin studio: Vibe Ride

Maybe you avoid indoor cycling classes like the plague, worried you’ll be shown up and shamed by a judgmental squad of Spandex-clad spin addicts.
Best of Atlanta Parkour

Leaps and bounds: Atlanta Parkour

Leaping, climbing, bounding, bouncing, flipping—you can do all of that in a parkour class.
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Boxing for beginners: Vesta Movement

You can’t help but feel tough when your hands are wrapped and slipped into boxing gloves.

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