5 Indoor Fitness Classes You Can’t Possibly Get Bored Of

Philly's best bets for bringing your workouts indoors when it's just too darn cold to be outside.

Lithe Method

Lithe Method | Photo via Facebook.

It’s going to be crushingly cold tonight and tomorrow, so chances are you’re seriously considering your indoor-workout options for the next 48 hours. If you’ve quickly grown bored of your indoor winter workout routine — after all, hopping on the elliptical every other day can get old real quick — we’ve got just the fix: five Philly fitness classes that are anything but boring. From a trampoline workout to a seriously sweaty treadmill class, these indoor picks will help tame your winter-workout blues. Check them out below.

What: SkyRobics // In this aerobics class, you’ll spend one full hour bouncing around on trampolines. Trampolines, people! Need I say more?
Where: Sky Zone, multiple locations.
When: Classes held daily, at various times; check the schedule at the location closest to you.
Cost: $14. Find out more here.

What: Tread and Shred // This group class takes you through a 30-minute interval workout on the treadmill, followed by 30 minutes of strength training for a serious calorie-burning combo that might just make you stop referring to the treadmill as the “dreadmill.”
Where: Superfit Gym, 1050 Colwell Lane, Conshohocken.
When: Sundays at 8:30 a.m. and Thursdays at 6:45 p.m.
Cost: $20. Email Hope Nagy at hope@motivatehopestrength.com to reserve a spot.

What: Higher Power // This Lithe Method workout involves resistance bands that hang from the ceiling and enough cardio to make you cry. It’s definitely not boring, and the pain is totally worth it.
Where: Lithe Method, multiple locations.
When: Various days and times; check the schedule.
Cost: $22 for single class. Sign up here.

What: TGIF@TNY // Nava Yoga Center takes song requests via Facebook and Twitter for the playlist at this Friday evening heated flow class. Give ‘em a shout and get your savasana on to the tunes of your — and your fellow yogis’ — choice.
Where: Nava Yoga Center, 1200 Constitution Avenue.
When: Fridays at 5:15.
Cost: $15. This is a drop-in class; no need to preregister.

What: Dance Party Boot Camp // This class alternates between bursts of high-intensity interval training and dancing, all to the tunes of Top 40 hits. So it’s basically the more coordinated version of dancing to Beyoncé in your bedroom.
Where: Philly Dance Fitness, 1624 South Street, Rittenhouse, and 1301 Locust Street, Midtown Village.
When: Sundays at 11 a.m. at the Rittenhouse location, Mondays at 7:35 p.m. at the Midtown Village location.
Cost: $12 to drop in.

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