My Go-To LA Workout Spots
If you follow me on Instagram, you probably already know that I am super into fitness. Starting
my day with a kickass workout not only energizes me, but it also makes me feel like I can
conquer anything on my to-do list. And while Matt and I love working out together, I also love
nothing more than popping into a class solo or with my girlfriends. Lucky for me, LA is full of
some of the best classes and instructors in the game, so it’s pretty easy to get – and feel – fit in
Favorite LA Workouts
Read on for the LA workout spots I frequent on the regular.
Eden by Eden Sassoon Pilates
109 North La Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Located in the heart of Beverly Hills, this studio is not only warm and inviting, but it’s gorgeous,
too. It reminds me a bit of being in New York, which if you’ve followed me for a while, than you know I love! I absolutely loved the last teacher I took at this studio (her name is Ariel) – the workout was intense,
challenging, and dramatic, but I also loved that there was a focus on stretching and toning, too.
If you’re looking for a classical Pilates class with a twist, definitely stop by this studio for a class
– you’ll love it.
Pilates Plus by Lagree Fitness
21779 Ventura Blvd, Woodland Hills, CA 91364
With all the buzz around the Lagree method as of late (Meghan Markle is a fan!), I knew I had to
try this studio out. As soon as I stepped into the studio, I knew I was going to love it. Fun, bright,
and on-trend, the studio features neon signs with phrases like “Be a Bad Ass with a Good Ass”
(what’s more motivating than that?!). You’ll use a machine called a Megaformer, and the class
combines strength, endurance, cardio, balance, and flexibility with every move. My body was
legit shaking the entire time!
8231 W 3rd St suite c, Los Angeles, CA 90048
My girlfriends are obsessed with this class that is designed to give you the best lower body
ever. Expect to spend half of each class on the stairmaster (which helps shape the butt and legs,
and allows for seriously intense cardio without burning muscle tone), and the other half at the
Bunda Station – which is a uniquely designed custom program designed by a Master Instructor.
Oh, and don’t worry – the studio offers ab total body focused classes, too. The Bunda program
is designed by some of the most educated fitness professionals in the industry.
8270 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90046
I have to be honest here – I’ve never been a big yoga person. That said, Y7 classes offer
everything that yoga’s about like posture, stretching, breath, and movement. The best part? Y7
classes are carefully choreographed to some of the coolest music in the game, which
differentiates it from other yoga classes I’ve tried in the past. The music is so good, it’s what keeps me coming back time and time again (not to mention it makes the classes go by so
quickly which I love!).
9601 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Matt and I love our trainer, Adam, at Equinox. We try to work out with him at least 3 times a
week, and it really pushes us to get fit. I don’t know about you guys, but there’s something so
motivating about working out with a significant other. Equinox locations all over the country are results-driven spots to workout thanks to the top-notch equipment and super-innovative classes.
1106 N La Cienega Blvd #101-104, West Hollywood, CA 90069
Each Barry’s class is designed for efficiency, so each interval tones, burns, and keeps your heart
rate pumping. Classes burn up to 1,000 calories by combining weight training with cardio and
aerobic exercise…and because I’m not a big runner, this forces me to get in some weekly cardio
bursts. The teachers at this studio are awesome and so is the music. The energy I have after
these classes is amazing – you’ll break a sweat like you never have before and your legs will
literally be quivering as you walk out of class!
Do you have any LA-based classes you love? Share them with me in the comment section below.