We have compiled a list of the world’s most stylish fitness clubs in the USA. Most of these clubs are equipped with Life Fitness equipment. Their premium level is expressed not only in excellent performance and extensive functionality but also in the exterior. With its premium looks, Life Fitness equipment seamlessly complements multi-style gym interiors.
1. TMPL Gym
The multi-level fitness club located in Hell’s Kitchen amazes with architectural and design delights. Ulyam Sofield’s project won the National Design Award. It offers visitors a unique offer: a 25-meter seawater pool (the only one of its kind among all New York clubs), where you can find aquaclasses, programmable equipment, an augmented virtual reality cycling studio with a 9-meter video screen, steam rooms, and a sauna. The exposed 8-meter ceilings are supported by illuminated straight columns. A spacious area of almost 3,700 sq. m can boast of the most modern technological fitness equipment. TMPL allows you to escape from reality to the world of science fiction.
2. The Los Angeles Athletic Club
Steeped in history, this club was one of the city’s first private sports clubs. The club has an 80,000 square foot (7,432 sq. m) area that houses a yoga studio, squash class, personal training studio, basketball court and an Olympic pool.
During its existence (Los Angeles Athletic Club was founded in 1880), the club has turned into a stylish boutique hotel with 72 rooms and suites. Staying at the hotel gives guests access to the fitness center, indoor spa area and the club’s restaurant. Room prices start from $239 per night. Some users even admit they had to take Connecticut pay day loans to afford it. Such loans are popular all across the USA as they are unsecured, short-term and easy to get. Eligibility criteria are relaxed and there is no paperwork or guarantors involved. Loan amounts typically range from $100 and $1,000. If approved, borrowers can expect to get the funds in their accounts the same day.
3. The Class by Taryn Toomey
Tribeca’s first fitness studio, The Class by Taryn Toomey, is more like a boutique hotel: luxurious marble slabs, bright accents in the form of minerals and lamps, soft palette in pink and gray tones are harmoniously combined in a design by architect Michael Constantin. Studio founder and instructor Tyreen Toomey (her clients may well be such stars as Jennifer Aniston and Naomi Watts) collaborated with interior designer Elizabeth Kohn Design and interior designer and crystal healer Rashia Bell, who proposed tourmaline and hematite flooring (believed that these minerals help cleanse energy and restore balance). Healing transparent quartz lamps from Kelly Weastler and metal lamps about Christopher Boots are organically adjacent to samples of “earth art” and photographs selected by the Trove Art agency.
4. Tracy Anderson Brentwood
Los Angeles-based studio Tracy Anderson Brentwood occupies 8,500 square feet (790 sq. m) in a building at the intersection of San Vicente Boulevard and Montana Avenue. The interior design was developed by the Windsor Smith bureau. Typical areas of the studio are dance cardio training and strength training. These classes are loved by Gwyneth Paltrow, Nicole Richie, and Jennifer Lopez. The halls of Tracy Anderson’s studio are equipped with modern audio systems, and climatic equipment maintains special temperature and humidity conditions. In addition, the studio offers individual lessons on Anderson’s simulators – Iso-Kinetic Band System and Super G Floor (special simulators that minimize shock while maintaining the effectiveness of training). Additional advantages of the studio – luxury changing rooms, hair salon with organic skin and hair care products, shop.
5. Barry’s Bootcamp Venice
The club occupies 8,000 square feet (743 sq. m) in a two-story industrial building on Lincoln Boulevard in Los Angeles. In addition to fitness services, the studio offers an instant GIF counter, Stretch Lounge (to warm up muscles both before and after training), and interactive graffiti by famed artist Kelsey Montagu on the outside of the building. In the flagship studio of the network, you can easily meet Amanda Seyfried, Kim Kardashian or Jessica Biel.
6. Mandarin Oriental
An excellent workout with a superb view of Las Vegas is available to guests of the Mandarin Oriental. The windows of the fitness center and yoga studio overlook the city, but reliably hide from its hustle and bustle.
7. Y7 Yoga Center
The new two-tiered Y7 Yoga Center is located on 3,200 square feet (297 sq. m) on the Upper East Side. It was designed by the chain’s founding sisters Sarah and Mason Levy. The sixth and largest studio houses a clothing store, showers, changing rooms and two yoga rooms. The black rooms with infrared heating are lit by candles, there are no mirrors: this is a space closed from judgmental gazes. One hall is called Biggie, the other Smalls – a reminder of Y7’s hip-hop roots. Models, professional athletes and celebrities have become the studio’s devoted clients (Zosia Mamet is a long-time client of the studio).
New York-based boutique studio ModelFIT recently opened in West Hollywood. The chain’s signature minimalist design and light palette are repeated in the new 1,400-square-foot studio. A gallery of prints and photographs (some by local artist Austin Weiner) and a corner with lush plants, cacti and floral designs from Plant Ground Bloom are located on one of the walls at the reception desk.
IMAXShift is located in a 19th-century warehouse building on Plymouth Street in Brooklyn, which was one of the largest American factories for the production of self-propelled torpedoes during the First World War. It now hosts spectacular group cycling training using the giant IMAX projection sound system. In the 7,000-square-foot (650 sq. m) room, class members can tour the solar system, cycle along a Hawaiian beach or Japanese streets, or join Beyoncé with lifelike video on the big screen.
10. Body by Simone
There are two Body by Simone studios in Los Angeles. The West Hollywood is a 3,500 square foot, two-story studio with cobblestone floors, natural light and a patio that adjoins the studio. In Brentwood, it is a 2,500 square foot (232 sq. m) building with exposed beams, dark wood floors, natural light and clean interior lines. Both studios were designed by Australian brand founder Simone De La Rue, whose clients include Taylor Swift, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Anne Hathaway.