Five Cape and Islands Fitness Classes with a Side of Summer Fun
1. Cape Fit Hoops
Throw it back to elementary school with instructor Jessie Decker, who travels the Cape teaching Hula-Hoop fitness classes. “Hoopyasa,” a yoga-hoop hybrid, is the latest addition.
Locations and prices vary, facebook.com/capefithoops.
All of Nisafit’s Martha’s Vineyard classes (pictured above) are taught en plein air—think yoga on the beach—so you can enjoy the summer weather while it lasts.
$25, locations vary, nisafit.com.
3. Yoga East Wellness Center
Love surfing and yoga? Combine the two in a stand-up paddleboarding yoga class. It’ll put your moves to the test—and if you wipe out, you’ll at least get a refreshing swim out of it.
$35, 333R Commercial St., Provincetown, yogaptown.com.
4. Heart Core Fitness Studio
Get surfboard-ready with TRX Surf Stronger, a program that uses TRX suspension trainers to target the muscles needed for catching waves.
$22, 95 Commercial St., Wellfleet, heartcorestudio.com.
5. Bella Vita Pole Fitness
Pole fitness may sound gimmicky, but trust us: A few classes will have you psyched to show off your guns at the beach. Cut loose and get cut with a group class, or book the studio for a private party.
$20, 305 Dillingham Ave., Falmouth, bellavitapolefitness.com.