Don’t just burn fat—get strong. Say goodbye to your gym and tedious routines and train harder (and shorter) with high-intensity interval training (HIIT).
The Fhitting Room
In this new Upper East Side studio, each class is formed with their Functional High Intensity Mix (FHIX), composed of functional movements, strength training, high intensity intervals, total body focus and varied exercises. Take the FHIXTREME if you’re a kettlebeller and up for plyometrics. DETAILS 1166 Lexington Ave., 212.772.1166, fhittingroom.com
Founder (and former New York City Ballet dancer) Brynn Jinnett developed Refine Method from years of experience teaching at boutique fitness studios. The studio offers a workout refinement that hits every part of your body with an array of props, like the Refine pulley system, boxes, suspension straps and sliding discs. DETAILS 340 E. 71st St., 646.820.3463, refinemethod.com
The sky is the limit when it comes to training at Exceed Fitness. Their signature full body class is based off their SUMMIT (Strength & Ultra Metabolic Interval Training) method with the use of kettlebells, medicine and BOSU balls, jump ropes and Concept2 rowers. DETAILS 1477 Third Ave., 212.481.5300, exceedphysicalculture.com
Embrace the sweat at Stephanie Nieman’s women-only cardio classes, a full-body bootcamp experience that entails high-repetition training with lighter weights. Treat yourself to a complimentary cup of almonds and cranberries post-workout and free drinks at the bar. DETAILS 24 W. 23rd St., 212.242.3103, upliftstudios.com
The 50-minute session of bodyburn is Pilates-based, with strong emphasis on cardio-infused strength training. DETAILS 32 N. Sixth St., Brooklyn, 718.384.1133, brooklynbodyburn.com