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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. 

Inwood »

Irish Soccer Trainer Launches Inwood Hill Park Fitness Classes

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

Fort Greene »

'Glow in the Dark Yoga' Set to Light Up Fort Greene Park

Brooklyn ZUMBA Fitness will host "Glow in the Dark Yoga Party" on Fridays beginning April 1.

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.

Chelsea »

How to Stay Motivated at the Gym in 2014? Spend Money

Fitness experts say investing in gym programs can help you stay motivated to show up for each workout.

Chelsea »

Brick NYC Brings Amenity-Filled CrossFit Gym to Chelsea

Chelsea's new CrossFit gym has towels, showers and a smoothie bar.

Long Island City »

Long Island City Gym to Teach CrossFit to Toddlers

The classes at CrossFit Gantry will be $140 per month for one class a week and $280 for two classes.

West Village »

Make the NYU Campus Your Gym

There are lots of places to work out on the NYU campus.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Planet Fitness Opens 24-Hour Gym in Hell's Kitchen With $10 a Month Fee

The chain will open two more locations soon, in the Financial District and Washington Heights.

New York City »

Safe Fitness Tips for Expectant Moms

Kristi Molinaro has advice for moms-to-be who want to stay fit and be safe.

Manhattan »

New Year's Resolutionaries Face Off Against Fitness Stalwarts in Gym Rush

Every January, rain, snow or shine, gyms across Manhattan are crowded with 'New Year's Resolutionaries'.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Crossfit Gyms Ditch Machines for Human Feats of Strength

Crossfit, the latest exercise trend, pushes practical fitness instead of fancy gym equipment.