Without a range of workout options, fitness gets so boring that obesity's preferable -- but given how spread out said options are, you could get freakishly buff just hustling amongst them. Get everything in one place, at Shuichi Take.
From the trainer who helped make Alonzo Mourning the only NBA player to win a championship with someone else's kidney, ST offers a staggering array of amenities and instruction, all within a fifth floor industrial loft space complete with a wrap-around outdoor balcony vast enough to hold classes and a 25-meter pool. Western-style fitness includes ample free weights and machines, aerobics, Pilates, spinning, boxing (coming soon, with a former pro trainer), and kettle bells, the old-school Russian way to burn off Ketel One. Eastern action encompasses kickboxing, a major collection of yoga classes (including power, kundalini, and outdoor sunset sessions), sunrise tai chi, and private rooms for therapeutic work like reiki and acupuncture, reputed to be helpful whether you're kicking tobacco, trying to get pregnant, or both.
To further consolidate your existence, ST has the ubiquitous cafe complete with free wireless, caffeine, sandwiches, wraps, and smoothies -- essentially a milkshake that reminds you obesity's preferable.