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This is it: the sure-fire fitness regime that will transform your body in record time.
The Physique 57 workout is one of New York’s best-kept secrets — but the devoted acolytes who swear by it can’t stop singing its praises (and the proof is in their hot bodies). Former dancer and Physique 57 co-founder Tanya Becker was trained in the esteemed Lotte Berk method, an orthopedic body-sculpting regime. Becker added her signature “interval overload” (along with some amped-up tunes) to make the Physique 57 workout the most effective of its kind. Strength training targeting every major muscle group in the body is alternated with dancer stretches that elongate and flex the muscles. And it all happens in just 57 exhilarating minutes. Intense and addictive is how devotees describe the classes given in bright, sunny studios on 57th Street, on Spring Street in Soho and in Bridgehampton.
A package of 10 classes gives you the most burn for your time (and money), and best of all, entitles you to VIP status — which means you’ll have priority status on waitlists for a class (yes, it’s that addictive). Physique 57 is all about precision — and 57 minutes is all it takes. Tailor-made for fast-paced city living (and for instant-gratification junkies), transforming your body has never been so fun, fast and furious.
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Developed by a dancer trained in the esteemed Lotte Berk method, Physique 57 is the best-kept fitness secret of the best bodies in New York. In just 57 of the most exhilarating, high-octane minutes you’ve ever experienced at a gym, each session of this addictive program will bring you closer to an amazingly strong, taut and beautiful body. A precise mix of strength training and dancer stretches is the key to attaining the Physique 57 body—long, lean muscles and a glow of health inside and out. Only available in New York and Beverly Hills (for now), these addictive classes are fast gaining a devout following in bright, sun-drenched studios on 57th Street, Spring Street in Soho and beyond.