Drop and give us twenty. On second thought, let’s try something else.
Get on the level. At new Level 10 Fitness in Manhattan Beach, Meredith Miller hits groups of four to six people with indoor and outdoor workouts, incorporating computerized resistance machines with good, old-fashion action like running tractor tires, pulling ship rope, and sprinting. Metabolic testing is done when you sign up, and body fat tests go down every two weeks to track results.
You’re a real class act. Battling kettlebells on the beach with Missy Beaver will whip you into shape. Pull on Toezies for your socks-required, Pilates-based Core Fusion sesh at Exhale Spa. Can’t make it to Dove Rose’s famously packed in-studio circuit sweat fests? Do one of her four just-released Total Body Workout DVDs at home.
It’s a stretch, alright. This Saturday, Crunch’s Wings Workshop, an intro to AntiGravity Yoga, is free and open to the aerially inclined public with sessions starting at 1, 2, and 3 p.m. Keep your feet planted firmly on the ground (or your custom yoga mat) during Runners Yoga 90210 group classes with trainer Angie Stewart.
If you don’t want to move a muscle until you absolutely must, sit back and sip Gorilla Life’s chlorophyll Green Drink and wait for The Remedy (866-661-1691) to send their crew of handpicked experts — trainer, yogi, massage therapist, chef, acupuncturist, chiropractor, and others — to you.
You’re practically sweating already.