Class Pass: Booty Ride, Cross-Training, Yogahour and More to Try This Week

Cross-training at Unite Fitness | Photograph by Christopher Gabello

Cross-training at Unite Fitness | Photograph by Christopher Gabello

Welcome to your weekly fitness planner! To help you map out a workout plan—and stick with it—we highlight five classes you can try each and every week. Check out this week’s lineup below.


What: Cross-training // If you haven’t yet tried a Unite Fitness workout, make this the week. Wake up bright and early for a 75-minute workout featuring 30 minutes of cardio intervals, 30 minutes of strength training and 15 minutes of yoga. It might be the best decision you make all week.
Where: Unite Fitness, 105 South 12th Street, Midtown Village.
When: Monday from 6:30 to 7:45 a.m.
Cost: $25. Register here.


What: Armed and Dangerous // You’ll use free weights, wrist and ankle weights, mini hula hoops and more in this yoga/Pilates combo class. The goal is to tone your arms, back, abs and glutes.
Where: Ploome, 1040 North American Street, Suite 1001, Northern Liberties.
When: Tuesday from 5:45 to 6:45 p.m.
Cost: $24. Sign up here.


What: Yogahour // It’s like happy hour, but for yoga. At Center City’s Maha Yoga studio, you can take a sweaty after-work class to unwind before heading home.
Where: Maha Yoga, 1700 Sansom Street, 6th floor, Center City.
When: Wednesday from 5 to 6 p.m.
Cost: $7. Sign up here.


What: Fly 45 Booty Ride // You’re in luck: Flywheel’s having a theme ride this week. Instructor Kelli Hefele is cooking up a playlist entirely dedicated to—wait for it—the gluteus maximus.
Where: Flywheel Center City, 1521 Locust Street, Center City.
When: Thursday from 7 to 7:45 a.m.
Cost: $25. Register here.


What: Hot Vinyasa // Sneak out of work a smidgen early to check out the new Priya Hot Yoga in Fairmount. The 75-minute hot yoga class will challenge your flexibility and endurance.
Where: Priya Hot Yoga, 1828 Callowhill Street, Fairmount.
When: Friday from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Cost: $15. Sign up here.

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