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Fit For Fall

‘Tis the season…of a million parties. Fall in Dallas means many a fete filled with Champagne, hors d’oeuvres, multi-course dinners and late night reveling. Start the season off right with a new regime from one of our favorite butt-kicking workouts.

Terlingo Cycle
John Terlingo’s spin sessions are so good, he’s garnered a cult of fit devotees who are following him to his new solo cycle studio. Enjoy his 45-minute ride at the minimalist Gonzalo Bueno designed spot—with the dim lights, pumping tunes and floating backlight mirrors, it turns into a cardio party. 3105 Reagan St., 214.520.7433,

Classic Pilates
There is nothing better than looking up from whatever odd position has you stretched across a reformer, and seeing the green, manicured lawns of Turtle Creek Park. Natural sunlight streaming through the windows, semi-private (or private) sessions, and a lot of one-on-one attention—you’ll be as relaxed as you are fit. 3303 Lee Parkway, 214.520.0386

Exhale Spa
If you’ve forgone yoga because you like to “feel a burn” when you workout, Exhale’s Core Fusion Yoga class is for you. It fuses flow yoga with intense core work, mixing warrior poses with isolated ab, arm and thigh work—and it will leave you feeling a burn! 5300 E. Mockingbird, 214.370.5800,

Beyond Barre
We can’t be the only ones who strive for that long, lean dancers body and missed the calling of the stage early in life. Thanks to this ballet-inspired workout, where you’ll follow along to simple, but effective, sequences at a controlled pace, you can have the lean legs, delicate arms and teeny-tiny waist of a ballerina too! 4348 Lovers Lane, 214.696.5555,

We Yogis
This family owned spot is a must for yogis with active kids. While you practice Ashtanga in the infrared heated studio, the kids can enjoy a Lil Yogis class, learning fun, easy yoga postures while bopping around to fun music. Cute! 5600 W. Lovers Lane, 214.351.1229,