ON THE MOVE

Classes for drop­ping in and work­ing out

Where Washington - - WHERE NOW -

YES, THIS CITY claims a bur­geon­ing restau­rant scene (see page 12), but that doesn’t have to trans­late to wi­den­ing waist­lines. Kashin to­ni­ans tend to be a fit b n h, so it*s no s rprise that options for stay­ing ac­tive here are vast. One trendy work­out? In­door cy­cling on sta­tion­ary bikes, as the lights go down and the mu­sic cranks up. At SoulCycle ($30/class), a Michelle Obama fave, the rides oc­cur in a night­club-es­que at­mos­phere that mixes car­dio with some dance-y chore­og­ra­phy. Fly­wheel ($28/class, in­clud­ing shoes) of­ten at­tracts more-com­pet­i­tive types with its sta­dium lay­out and dis­play board rank­ing rid­ers on re­sis­tan e, aden e and power. Xoth o pa­nies oZer lti­ple lo­ca­tions in D.C. and a choice of 45-, 60- or 90-minute classes led by in­struc­tors who know how to mo­ti­vate. For more great places to work out in the city, visit where­trav­eler.com

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