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Best Aerial and Floor Exercise Classes Los Angeles 2013 

Cirque School L.A.

If you're into being fit but looking for something a lot more adventurous, try Cirque School L.A. fitness classes, which work every part of your body combined but offer far more excitement than a spin class ever could. Aerial Fitness gets you in shape while getting upside down. If you're not up for the aerial route, try an AcroFit ground class. There's also a 90-minute stretch class that safely increases your flexibility no matter your current range of motion. The staff at Cirque School L.A. is prepared to train anybody, regardless of current fitness state and goals. Classes are small, and tasks are tailored to each student, so it never becomes routine. If you haven't been able to commit to a fitness plan, or if your current workout regimen is more regimen and less gratification, don't despair. Join the circus, or at least Cirque School L.A. 5640 1/2 Hollywood Blvd., Hlywd. (424) 226-2477, cirqueschoolla.com. —Diamond Bodine-Fischer

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