Workout Trend Report: Club-Inspired Dance Gets You Sweating to a Beat

Workout Trend Report: Club-Inspired Dance Gets You Sweating to a Beat
Rob Cleary
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Ready for some #fitspo? We're rounding up the best new workouts that'll make you want to hit the gym.

You don't have to wait until Friday night to show off your booty-shakin' moves on the dance floor. These turbocharged workouts blend hip-hop choreography, sports drills, and high-intensity intervals. But thanks to a DJ spinning tracks right there in the studio, after a few J.Lo jams you'll totally forget you're burning 600 to 800 calories. Since all that body popping puts pressure on your feet and ankles, wear high-top sneakers for support.

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(Nylon-spandex pants, Alala, $145; alalastyle.com. Mesh and foam sneakers, Reebok, $75; reebok.com. Smartwatch, Fitbit, $250; fitbit.com. Polyester-elastane bralette, We Are Handsome, $70; wearehandsome.com.)

Try It at a Studio

305 Fitness in N.Y.C. and Washington, D.C., Groov3 in LA, and Werq in Chicago offer action-packed group classes.

Try It at Home

Dance your way to a bod like Sofia Vergara's by grooving along to the moves of her trainer, Anna Kaiser, founder of AKT InMotion. For $50 per month, you'll get an all-access pass to her library of workouts for unlimited desktop streaming (aktinmotion.com). That means #noexcuses when you're on vacay.

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