Make Sweat Sexy

posted on December 17th 2018 in Team Fun with 0 Comments

Are you constantly searching for fun workouts where you actually feel like you are burning calories and not just dollars in your wallet? Look no further! Our CEO, Jennifer, has partnered with 305 FITNESS to get you FIT AF!

What is 305 Fitness do you ask? It is a 55 minute cardio dance class that can torch up to 900 calories in a class. It is fun, and no, you don’t have to be a professional dancer. The instructors, who are all fantastic, will go over the move, and then you will copy them. The entire class is to fun music that you will love to dance to. There is a live DJ and lots of lights. They also offer two other types of classes called Flow (similar to yoga) and PWR (more of a focus on weights, with a small amount of cardio).

How does the cardio class work? The first 30 minutes is non stop cardio dancing with a small two minute sprint. Then you will break for five minutes to do some weights. Everyday of the week is a different body part, either legs or abs, etc. Then there is another five minute sprint finished with some fun hip hop dancing.

There are showers at all locations currently except for Los Angeles (as it is a pop up), and everyone is welcome. You can buy a monthly pass or buy class bundles. 305 Fitness recommends trying at least 3-5 classes to get the hang of it. The choreography is easy and lots of fun. It is important to just be yourself.

Where can you visit 305 Fitness? There are studios in New York City, Boston, DC and Los Angeles. However, there are always new pop ups popping up so follow them on Instagram at @305fitness!

If you are interested in trying 305 Fitness, there are intro classes you can try or Community Classes. Right now, all the money raised in Community Classes goes to Times Up! Time’s Up is a movement against sexual harassment and was founded on January 1, 2018, by Hollywood celebrities in response to the Weinstein effect and #MeToo. As of February 2018, it has raised $20 million for its legal defense fund, and gathered over 200 volunteer lawyers.