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5 Unique Fitness Classes You Have to Try

Tired of the same mundane workouts? Whether you’re in a fitness rut or simply want to try something new, we hope we can inspire you to try one of these five unique fitness classes.

Aerial Yoga

The perfect marriage between acrobatics and yoga, aerial yoga is certain to become your new favorite way to exercise. Each class intends to help participants improve their flexibility and strength, and—as a bonus—you’ll start to feel less pressure on your joints. Plus, you don’t need to have prior experience in order to reap the benefits!

Hula Hooping

If you didn’t think you could ever relive your elementary school days, think again. Hooping is a craze we can get behind, as it boosts your heart rate, improves your coordination, and tones your abs. Plus, it’s just a super fun way to break a sweat. The only difference in the “adult” version is that class participants will use weighted hoops.

Rebounding

You’re probably thinking, “Are these classes going to teach me how to bounce back after a bad breakup?” Not quite. A rebounding class is about 45-minutes long, and it consists of cardio and strength exercises on a mini-trampoline. You’ll bounce to energizing music, toning your body with every move. After trying this workout, you’ll quickly realize that it feels so much better than watching the same sappy love stories unfold on your TV.

SURFSET®

If you seek a totally tubular workout, you must try SURFSET®. As seen on Shark Tank, each class strives to replicate the surfing experience. Thanks to these classes, you’ll develop better balance—not to mention the commonly sought-after surfer’s physique. Ready to challenge your body in a whole new way? SURFSET® is undeniably one of the most unique fitness classes out there.

Zumba®

We’re sure many of you have already heard about Zumba® classes; they’ve been around since the 1990s. But trust us, they’re worth a shot. Each class is essentially a calorie-burning, muscle-toning dance party. The instructor will choregraph several dances, and you’ll bust a move to Latin and World music. We’re going to be honest—it doesn’t even feel like a workout!

Written by Logan Voss

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