3 Outdoor Fitness Spots to Get in Shape

Molly Box | April 10, 2021 | Lifestyle Feature

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Bored of virtual workouts and missing the intensity of in-person training? Here are three safe and effective options to help you feel the burn just in time for summer.

1. CAZ Training Club

At this Newport Beach club, not only will you sweat, burn fat and build muscle, but you also will do good. Each month the club partners with a health-focused charity to raise money and awareness. In April, CAZ is partnering with Alcoholics Anonymous. Situated at a premium location, CAZ also offers a rotation throughout the week of three different types of classes: Burn, Blast and Build. 100 W. Coast Highway, Ste. 103, Newport Beach, 949.287.6309, WEBSITE

2. Renaissance ClubSport

From its strength-building Forge Circuit class to low-impact barre classes, Renaissance ClubSport offers more than 40 daily instructor-guided workouts. Guests can also enjoy the on-site lap pool, spa services at R Spa and a full menu of dining at Citrus Fresh Grill. 50 Enterprise, Aliso Viejo, 949.643.6700, WEBSITE

3. Waldorf Astoria Monarch Beach Resort & Club

Take advantage of the SoCal sun and sand while you work out at one of O.C.’s most beloved resorts. Its wellness programming offers more than 40 weekly classes and workshops, like yoga on the beach, meditation on the resort’s manicured lawns or outdoor cycling classes with primo Pacific views. Bonus: Classes are complimentary for members and guests. 1 Monarch Beach Resort N, Dana Point, 949.234.3200, WEBSITE



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