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Equipment: None. Just a dance studio with soft floors.
Students should bring: Water bottle and towel
Average class length: Less than 30 minutes
Number of Staff: 1–5 people
Class location: Indoors only
Established: 2014
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Free street parking
Pro Tip: Please make sure to remove shoes and wear socks in class so our floors can stay clean.

9219 Ogden Avenue
Brookfield,
IL
US

In its earliest stages, airbrush technology was used solely for magazine cover models, deceased-rapper t-shirts, and makeup for the cast of Cats. But when airpaints shot to $93 a barrel in 2000 following the dot-com bubble burst, airbrush artistry became financially unviable. A drought of airbrush artists resulted in finger-paint-based photo retouching, shirtless Tupac fans, and the renaming of Cats to Humans. At the 2008 International CO2-Based Design Conference, out-of-work airbrush artists finally discovered a profitable solution: airbrush tanning. They immediately went back to work, delighting the millions of Americans patiently waiting for sunless, streak-free tanning options. “It's called Ortanic, and it's nothing short of amazing. We've tried Mystic Tan in the past and ended up looking less-than glowing and more like macaroni and cheese. We've tried self tanners and spent many nights lathering ourselves with different lotions to come to determine which one is the top runner, followed by many days walking around with different colors stained on our skin.

3228 North Halsted Street
Chicago,
IL
US

Students should bring: A yoga mat, water bottle, and towel
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Average class length: 60 minutes
Established: 1984
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: 2 hour free parking
Pro Tip: Classes at Navy Pier are first come first serve. Plan accordingly.

Different people want to get in shape for different reasons, and they go about it in many different ways. Fortunately, Fitness Formula Clubs' trainers understand this. They start every new member at their gym with four complimentary personal-training sessions that not only help hammer down each individual's goals, but also provide a solid foundation of knowledge and motivation. From there, equipment and guidance help each client reach whatever heights they're after.

Programs that focus on endurance in running, swimming, and cycling pair with Pilates work and basketball courts to develop well-rounded regimens. There's also classic equipment—cardio machines and free weights—offsetting a selection of less-than-traditional equipment—an artificial rock wall which lets clients build upper-body strength while practicing lines for their Cliffhanger: The Musical audition.

3228 N Halsted St
Chicago,
IL
US

Working out shouldn't feel like a chore. That's the idea behind Kick@55 Fitness, a studio helmed by personal trainers who create fun, interactive workouts. High intensity boot camp sessions—which change weekly to keep students challenged—swap out sprints for relay races or games of tag. They also include elements from Pilates, dance, and boxing while incorporating jump ropes, kettlebells, and tires. Personal training sessions tailored to individuals adopt the same ever-changing principles to help each client reach their goals, which could include toned muscles, a slimmer physique, or the endurance needed to run an underwater marathon.

820 N Orleans St, Ste 100
Chicago,
IL
US

Equipment: Barbells, rowing machines, dumbbells, Olympic rings, and medicine balls.
Students should bring: Towel and reusable water container
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1–5 people
Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes
Established: 2013
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: No
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: Just push yourself to the best of your ability.

778 Burr Oak Dr
Westmont,
IL
US

Recently opened, Simply Yoga has already become a welcoming space for yoga students of all experiences and backgrounds. First-time students learn Vinyasa's foundational postures during hour-long basics classes, while more experienced practitioners move to deeper expressions in all-levels or advanced power classes. Regardless of the challenge level, students move through poses in rooms heated to 80–85 degrees. So, while it doesn't quite have the tropical feeling of hot yoga, the studio is plenty warm to get the heart pumping, blood flowing, and sweat dripping onto the mat.

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Lemont,
IL
US