If watching the X Games gets you amped…
If you’ve ever pined over a Sk8er Boi (or just have worn Vans), Skaterobics might answer your middle school dreams. Developed for individuals who want to have fun, improve their roller skating skills (because we all want to join those badass roller dancers in Central Park), or just get a good workout, Skaterobics offers three different classes to choose from, depending on what you’re looking for. Those who want to just get comfortable on wheels can check out Skaterobics Basics, while those who want to twirl like Olympians on ice can try out Skaterobics Dance. For a challenging workout, Skaterobics Fitness will put you through an intense, calorie-burning workout that supports and enhances coordination, balance, and stability.
If you want a 2016 spin on traditional yoga…
Union Square, Flatiron, SoHo, and Brooklyn
Yoga’s always been associated with deep breathing, feeling calm, and meditating. But Y7 is defying Buddha with hip-hop yoga, a unique spin on your standard vinyasa flow choreographed to music that ranges from The Weeknd to Stevie Wonder. Hip Hop Yoga ditches expectations of what yoga is supposed to be like (i.e. pretty boring) by inviting you to experience a new kind of flow that will have you swaying in your downward dog. The class is open to all levels, so you’ll fit right in whether you’ve been OM-ing for years or are just starting out.