Get Your Intervals On with HIIT Classes at These 4 Gyms

Modesty Sanchez | April 15, 2020 | Lifestyle

It’ll be intense, but it’ll never be boring.

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1. BKBX

The adventure-inspired fitness studio, newly opened in Allston, offers various classes intended to prepare you for real-life adventures. Each class will challenge you, both mentally and physically, through competition and foundational exercises with up to 23 other people. Track your progress and energy exertion on large screens attached to wearables on your chest. 211 Western Ave., Allston, 857.445.4944

2. Lynx

Take luxury fitness to the next level. Sharing a space with the Park Plaza Hotel, the staff aims to treat members with the same courtesy and professionalism as the concierge treats guests checking in. Enjoy high-intensity fitness classes in the state-of-the-art facility, and for an additional fee gain access to the TopGolf Swing Suite. 64 Arlington St., 857.990.3785

3. Burn

Founded by ex-neuropathologist Jonathan Cruz, this fitness studio does just what the name implies—makes your muscles burn through dynamic fitness. With a diverse offering of yoga, Pilates and signature classes, your muscles won’t get used to the same, boring exercises, so you’ll get satisfactory results and a body ready for anything. 867 Boylston St.; 547 Columbus Ave., 857.277.1495

4. Burnin by Ray

This fitness studio utilizes technology, high-intensity training, nutrition guides and revolutionary equipment to get results. The only spot in town that has its own BodPod, a device used by the NFL to estimate body composition, members lose an average of 3.5% body fat and 4.5 pounds of fat within their first 12 weeks. 157 Seaport Blvd., 857.350.4317



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