Long gone are the days when the East End had little more than a lone yoga studio and gym to offer. Today, every major boutique fitness studio has set up shop hoping to cater to the growing number of people who don't want to forgo their workout routine come the warmer summer months. Here's a look at the best places to work out when in the Hamptons.
Though she may jet-set around the world with her A-list clients, Tracy Anderson is based out of the Hamptons and with the launch of her new dance cardio DVD, you can expect plenty of new moves this season.
With Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake among the regulars, it's little surprise that the Barry's Bootcamp empire has expanded with a second location in Amagansett.
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Following her splashy Upper East Side opening, Anna Kaiser — a favorite of Sarah Jessica Parker and Kelly Ripa — is launching three pop-ups for the 2014 Hampton season.
Owner Jessica Bellofatto teaches yoga on solid ground as well as on the water with her Standup Paddleboard classes.
The East End's most luxurious yoga studio, all of Poe's classes are taught in a heated room.
The studio that started the boutique fitness craze now has three always-packed studios on the East End.
Exhale's Core Fusion classes, especially those taught by founders Fred DeVito and Elisabeth Halfpapp, have long been a favorite of Hamptonites looking for a pilates-type workout.
Conveniently located next door to SoulCycle for those looking to double-up, Physique 57 offers a wide variety of barre-based classes in a beautiful space.
Bring the cycling experience home by purchasing a bike at Peloton's new retail shop. The much buzzed about brand just launched its first studio in Manhattan this month and is poised for rapid expansion.