LA's Eight Best Fitness Studios For Star and Model Sightings
Although Angelenos are pretty used to seeing celebs chilling at local coffee shops, salons, and stores, catching them makeup-free and focused during a workout is a more human experience. Just like us, superstars and supermodels need to work hard for that bod, and lucky for us, many of them prefer boutique fitness studios over at-home private training.
LA Magazine has rounded up eight of the best places to see a star in an intimate environment. (Just don't ask them for a sweaty selfie.)
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A Challenging Hot Yoga Class by Vogue. If you prefer your yoga hot and challenging, this is where you go to push yourself. “The hardest hot yoga class, especially with Omar Lopez,” says Jamie Schneider.
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A Challenging Hot Yoga Class by Vogue. If you prefer your yoga hot and challenging, this is where you go to push yourself. “The hardest hot yoga class, especially with Omar Lopez,” says Jamie Schneider. Read More
There's no doubt that Pink is a rock star with a rock-hard physique!
But it may please her fans to know that the singer actually has to work hard to achieve her fabulously fit form—unlike those stars who frustratingly claim they can eat whatever they want.
The blond beauty, who opens up about her intense workout routines—yes, plural!—as the October cover girl of Women's Health magazine, reveals she regularly hits the gym five times a week, logging in time doing everything from circuit training to treadmill intervals, and often calling on trainer Jeanette Jenkins for a little extra push.
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Singer Pink credits hot yoga and a mostly vegan diet for her chiseled abs and 60-pound post-baby weight loss
"My favorite workout right now is hot yoga," Pink told Women's Health. "But my favorite workout in general is my show, being onstage, because I get to have fun while I'm sweating! I don't even know how many calories I'm burning."
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QUESTION: Where do you go to get your sweat on?
JESSICA ALBA: “Jen Johnson’s dance studio is super fun. You’re dancing and the music is loud and you don’t feel like it’s a workout, which is what I love. She also does private lessons so if you’re uncoordinated and you don’t want to show everyone your sweet moves, you can try it alone. I also like Hot 8 Yoga and I like Flywheel a lot.”