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Washington Heights »

Uptown Gym Closes Suddenly, Leaving On-Site Tattoo Shop in Limbo

A sign posted outside of the 181st Street gym on Monday announced that the gym was closed.

NoHo »

Barry's Bootcamp to Open Largest NYC Location in NoHo

The new 6,000-square-foot gym will launch at 419 Lafayette St. on Oct. 11.

Jackson Heights »

$15-a-Month Blink Fitness Gym Opens in Jackson Heights

The new low-cost gym opened on Roosevelt Avenue on Sept. 19. 

Upper West Side »

SoulCycle Opening New Upper West Side Location

The cycling studio is coming to Broadway between West 91st and 92nd streets.

Upper West Side »

New York City Triathlon to Cause Obstacle Course for West Side Drivers

Several west side and Bronx roads will be closed on Aug. 3.

Upper East Side »

Airbnb-Style Fitness Site Lets New Yorkers Book Private Classes on Own Time

BoSoul matches small groups with instructors for low-cost, private fitness classes.

Financial District »

Underwear Designer Creates Yoga Pants That Let Ladies Go 'Commando'

A lingerie company is trying to combat panty lines with a new line of yoga pants.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Free Summer Workouts Return to Hell's Kitchen Park

Matthews-Palmer Playground will host free yoga, boot camp and reflexology classes on Monday evenings. 

Cobble Hill »

Ballet Barre Workouts Help You Dance Your Way to Fitness in Brooklyn

Five new fitness studios have set their sights on south Brooklyn since last summer.

Inwood »

Irish Soccer Trainer Launches Inwood Hill Park Fitness Classes

The classes will help uptowners get in shape while taking in nature.

Brooklyn Heights »

Dance and Ballet-Inspired Workouts Hit Brooklyn Heights

Xtend Barre opened a new fitness studio at 147 Remsen St. on Monday.

TriBeCa »

Rut-Busting Classes Help You Cycle, Jump and Kick Your Way to Fitness

Get your sweat on with underwater cycling, roundhouse kicks and bounce-dancing on a trampoline.

Columbus Circle »

CrossFit Enthusiasts Aim to Spark Rowing Trend in Columbus Circle

Row House will mimic the high-energy atmosphere of spinning classes.

Park Slope »

Major League Baseball Player Tells Park Slope Kids to Get Moving

P.S. 39 alum and Colorado Rockies pitcher Adam Ottavino visited his former school for morning exercise.

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