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3 popular workout classes to get your summer body

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With only five weeks left of school, it is time to start working on that summer body. Whether students plan on having an internship or lounging on the beach all summer, getting in shape is the perfect cure to the end-of-the-year blues.

Dallas has a variety of workout studios that might make getting into shape a little more fun and interesting.

1. The Pilates Barre

The Pilates Barre
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The Pilates Barre, a popular trend, is conveniently located close to campus on Hillcrest Avenue. The 50-minute classes include intense full body workouts with upbeat music to motivate you and push you to get through each class.

“At The PilatesBarre, you can expect 50-minutes of heart-pumping music, muscle-quivering, total body strengthening, lengthening and toning incorporating the new, exclusive BarreFormer as well as our Spring Boards,” according to the Pilates Barre website.

2. Lync Cycling

Lync Cycling Dallas
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Lync Cycling, also located in Snider Plaza, is a cycling studio that offers 45 minutes of motivation and challenge that will guarantee you to leave sweating. Lync Cycling works closely with SMU greek life and offers a Greek Challenge a few times a semester allowing SMU student to compete against each other and receive incentives for winning.

3. City Surf Fitness

City Surf Fitness Dallas
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City Surf Fitness, a unique 50-minute workout taken place on a moving surfboard, is not only fun and different, but will leave you sore and exhausted. City Surf Fitness focuses on finding enjoyment in working out as well as challenging yourself to make small progress with each class. The team at City Surf Fitness works to, “Promote happiness through a healthy active lifestyle culture,” according to their website.

Each of these three studios offers unlimited monthly memberships and a variety of class times. With only a few weeks of school left, step out of Dedman and try something new to get your summer body in tip-top shape.

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