Fitness Classes in Miami Beach


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  • Sobekick
    At Sobekick, a boutique boxing studio, wrapped-knuckle students wallop a partner’s punch pads, pummel punching bags, or high-kick invisible targets. Despite all of the aggression in the air, the atmosphere remains friendly as professional fighters and certified trainers help exercisers of all skill levels achieve their fitness goals. To do this, they use personal-training sessions, kickboxing routines, and "wildcard" workouts that could consist of hardcore cardio drills or sincere apologies to bruised punching bags. Sobekick slows things down with yoga classes and tones bodies with specialized classes designed to tighten abs and derrieres.
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    1860 West Ave
    Miami Beach, FL US
  • Normandy Gym
    It's not unusual to walk into Normany Gym and find a DJ spinning soundtracks to fast-paced fitness classes. Seven days a week, groups gather to get their bodies in motion, sweat, and burn calories during dynamic workouts that integrate boxing moves and high-intensity training. Founded and led by Danny Hawk, a personal trainer, the team of fitness aficionados leads classes and works one-on-one with clients to help them bulk up with muscle, lose a couple pants sizes, or look more like Stretch Armstrong when he's reaching for stuff.
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    1145 71st St
    Miami Beach, FL US
  • Beach Beauty Health Spa
    Tanning. Waxing. Facials. At Beach Beauty Health Spa, there's a pampering treatment for pretty much any beauty or skincare woe. Massage therapy treatments eviscerate stress with options such as hot-volcanic stones and Vichi showers that follow Dead Sea mud masks. And when it comes to hair, consider each stylist here your personal superhero. They're experts at rescuing damaged hair, even if it's not trapped somewhere with Two-Face. They also include a complimentary, soothing scalp massage with each shampoo.
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    6685 Collins Ave.
    Miami Beach, FL US
  • Pilates on the Beach
    Pilate on the Beach's certified instructors utilize diverse exercise techniques to help students improve their posture, increase flexibility, and simultaneously strengthen and lengthen muscles. Flex-bots can take advantage of Allegro reformer machines in an intimate reformer class, where a maximum of six students are guided through a one-hour total-body workout (a $30 value/class), or get fit in group mat classes that involve a variety of core-conditioning, prop-wielding poses performed on the floor (a $20 value/class). Ballet-inspired sweat sessions integrate barre work with Pilates, yoga, and traditional resistance exercises, and are designed to burn calories while whittling limbs into lean renderings of wolves (a $20 value/class).
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    712 W 51st St
    Miami Beach, FL US
  • Angelo Dundee’s 5th Street Gym
    The Gym in the 1950s 5th St. Gym's beginning has a mythical quality?partially because back in 1950, when it was first founded, clients referred to the place as "Oz." Logically, they also dubbed founder and boxing trainer Chris Dundee "the Wizard of Oz." Both nicknames fit. Dundee trained clients alongside his brother, Angelo, and their ability to impart boxing skills bordered on magic. They were so talented, they caught the eye of clients like Mohammed Ali and Sugar Ray Leonard. The Gym Today You can tell things have changed at 5th St. Gym from its location alone. It's no longer on 5th Street. A CVS occupies its old site, and the gym reopened on Alton Road in 2009, then moved to Washington Ave in 2013. As its unchanged name suggests, however, the Dundees' legacy lives on at the gym. The brothers no longer train clients, but Angelo's protege Dino Spencer does, using similarly wizardly techniques in one-on-one sessions and cardio boxing classes. His handiwork still attracts stars, too, like boxer Bernard Hopkins and Victoria's Secret model Adriana Lima.
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    1434 Alton Rd
    Miami Beach, FL US
  • Yoga That
    A former life coach, motivational speaker, and host of You Are the Light!, a cable TV show that aired in New York and Los Angeles for 15 years, Edwin Bergman knows a little bit about bending in multiple directions. Indeed, it wasn't a lack of flexibility that led Edwin to yoga, but instead, it was yoga's capacity to heal, strengthen, and revitalize that's had him practicing since 1989. Today, Edwin shares what he's learned over the last two decades at his very own studio in Miami Beach. When describing his classes, Edwin uses words such as "strong," "focused," and "nurturing," making sure not to leave out that he keeps things "fun," too. In 2003, he traveled to India to deepen his understanding of yoga—just another stop on the extensive journey that is his training. Now, at his studio, Edwin blends all of that training into classic teachings that emphasize balance, precise instruction, and fluid movement.
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    465 W 41st St
    Miami Beach, FL US

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