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3 New Fitness Studios in Westchester to Get Fit and Feel Great

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Improve your health and fitness levels at these newly opened Westchester County gyms, fitness centers, and yoga studios.

Quarantining combined with the usual post-holiday slump might leave you feeling sluggish. Want to shake it off? Get started on (and keep) your New Year’s resolutions at these new county fitness studios. Who knows? You may even discover a new favorite exercise style to help you keep your health on track all year long.

Fused Fitness

Peekskill

What used to be a community-minded studio in Yorktown Heights shuttered during the pandemic, and owner Alina Pedraza transitioned her fitness business to virtual classes. She recently opened a new brick-and-mortar location, now in Peekskill on North Division Street, offering the same high-energy small group training and group fitness classes. Get the blood pumping during one of the popular HIIT classes.

 

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Lucky’s Gym

Mamaroneck

What started as a home gym has turned into a brick-and-mortar location on East Boston Post Road that offers semi-private and private training, nutritional coaching, and accountability. Depending on the package purchased, you can receive either open gym access or the gym all to yourself (for those looking for individualized attention).

 

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YogaSix

Eastchester

A national chain, YogaSix opened in Eastchester toward the end of December, just in time for 2022. Inclusive of practitioners of all levels, the new studio has power, hot, restorative, and flow options. Try instructor Emily LeBar’s Y6 Restore class, which focuses on floor postures and stretches to release major muscle groups. (Those sitting all day WFH, you need this.)


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