Equilibrium Fitness

330 S La Brea Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90036 Directions
+13239369603
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73% of 22 customers recommended
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Really happy so far.
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Great place!
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KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK
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Report | 2 years ago
Great classes! I would love to sign up for the studio, but the regular prices are just far above and beyond what is reasonable to ask for.

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At the helm of Equilibrium Fitness' studio is Annabelle Rosemurgy, an equestrian and former Olympic athlete whose performances required enough core strength to pull off a handstand atop her horse during competitions. In her studio, she helms a team of certified instructors that leads a host of amped up Pilates routines and RealRyder indoor cycling classes.

Fifty five-minute SPX Pilates classes initiate novices into the intense practice, designed to keep on incinerating calories hours after the sessions end. The studio’s bread and butter, however, are the SPX and Systeme Dynamique classes—variations on the Pilates method—that use circuit training to target extra weight in the hips and thighs and isolate muscle groups all over the body to sculpt, tone, burn fat, and increase flexibility. Even the studio's indoor cycling sessions target core muscles, strengthen the upper body, and torch calories, getting legs pumping on RealRyder bikes that allow riders to steer and lean, simulating the real cycling experience of avoiding potholes and the maneating Sarlaccs that live inside them.

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Los Angeles Gym, Exercise, And Weightloss Guide

Los Angeles gyms are part of a southern California fitness culture that seems to have taken on legendary status. It seems that there are few places on earth where the trimming and fine-tuning of the human body is more important. Many of the most popular fitness trends in this town seem to be about intense physicality, holistic spirituality or both.

Pilates Plus in downtown LA has a cult following thanks to its intimate vibe, intense workouts and support for newbies. This Los Angeles Pilates studio takes the fundamentals of Pilates and mixes it with strength training and cardio. The studio is not huge, but the high ceilings make it feel spacious and open. The instructors expect a lot out of their students, but they also take the time to help them meet their goals. Patrons that don't even like exercising say that the combination of personal attention, awesome music and relaxed vibe help them stay the course.

One place that seems to take the blend of intense physical exertion and spirituality to heart is Lotus Kitty Yoga and Power Cycling in Studio City. The classes at this Los Angeles yoga studio that blend spinning with yoga are some of their most popular courses. For people looking for an intense, exercise-based weight loss program, the studio offers a six-week training mission called Kat Camp. Students participate in a powerful workout while learning about the impact that food choices and exercise regimens have on their bodies.

For women who want to let off steam while increasing muscle strength and cardio endurance, the Foxy and Fierce Women's Kickboxing Camp is one of those Los Angeles gyms that tick off all the boxes. The people who go here love the intensity of the workouts as well as the personal attention from the instructors. If patrons find themselves struggling with any portion of the workouts, the instructors go out of their way to help.

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