Sports sci­ence and nightlife veter­ans cre­ate a fit­ness and well­ness wonderland un­like any other.

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The fo­cus: Sweat, en­hance, and re­cover with sci­en­tif­i­cally based high-tech ser­vices.

Spe­cial stats: Aside from per­sonal train­ing, pri­vate Pi­lates, and group classes, Anatomy at 1220 of­fers a host of in­no­va­tive well­ness and beauty treat­ments. Pump your veins with vi­ta­min in­fu­sions by Vi­tasquad, boost your skin’s col­la­gen pro­duc­tion with an En­der­molo­gie fa­cial, get re­aligned by the on-site chi­ro­prac­tor, and choose hot or cold re­cov­ery with the in­frared sauna, eu­ca­lyp­tus steam room, or cold plunge and cold sauna.

Don’t miss: The rooftop turf and ter­race. Train among the palm trees, then bask in the sun and re­fuel with a salad and bev­er­age.

Celebrity sight­ings: Will Smith, Heather Gra­ham, Gabrielle Union, Kevin Spacey, and P Diddy all choose Anatomy at 1220.

Hottest trainer: Grant Weeditz. One of Anatomy at 1220’s body ar­chi­tects, this US Army vet­eran uses non-tra­di­tional equip­ment and un­con­ven­tional train­ing to whip clients into shape.

Fit­ness phi­los­o­phy: “Bal­ance is crit­i­cal,” as­serts Weeditz. “Be­ing com­pletely seden­tary is not op­ti­mal. Run­ning your­self into the ground through train­ing ev­ery day is also not op­ti­mal. Work to­wards be­ing ac­tive on most days.”

Go-to work­out: “The steel mace and club are a few tools of fit­ness I’ll bring to the roof for a quick work­out,” says Weeditz. “Lower or up­per body, car­dio or core, all goals can be met with only one or two maces and clubs. Their three-di­men­sional na­ture al­lows a larger amount of move­ment free­dom with proper in­struc­tion.” 1220 20th St., Mi­ami, 786-2131220; anato­myat1220.com

Break­ing a sweat is eas­ier to bear with a breeze at your back and rooftop views. ơƞƫƞ Anatomy’s Jac­que­line Kasen

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