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3 High-Intensity Workouts With New California Studios

From power yoga to mini trampolines to tried-and-true strength moves, these methods will get you fighting fit

Words by KELLY ATTERTON

 

New York sensation Dogpound brings its old-school approach to the West Coast. Clients move and lift things in ways that maximize results without dependency on high-tech machines in a sleek space conceptualized by Fabien Baron. 60-minute session pricing upon request.

 

Lekfit, the mini trampoline Bounce studio (and a favorite of actor Busy Phillips) has outgrown its original garage space, upgrading to a 6,000-square-foot, permanent location complete with new trainers and an expanded schedule of classes. $35 per class.

After building his client base at a local yoga studio, Tabu Lanier has ventured out on his own with B.U. Fit, offering classes like BuBurn, a mix of high-intensity power yoga and strength training that has made him the reigning king of San Diego’s fitness scene. $17.50 per class.

 

Feature image: DOGPOUND in West Hollywood.

 

This story originally appeared in the September 2019 issue of C Magazine.

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