A Guide to Outdoor Fitness

The past year, we've all been doing our best to adjust to so many changes in our lives, including our fitness regimen. We've been maintaining our exercise routines, from taking on local hiking trails to trying out new at-home workouts. Luckily, so many outdoor fitness classes are now available, providing us with much more options. We've gathered a few of our top socially-distanced outdoor spots that offer a wide variety of fitness classes.

Natural Pilates

Natural Pilates is currently offering both reformer pilates classes and private sessions at their Los Angeles locations. You can now enjoy pilates with a breathtaking view on their rooftop. With a bunch of packages available, you can choose one that fits you best.


Known for its positive high energy, Barry's offers outdoor classes on the terrace or rooftop at their various locations in Los Angeles. The workouts include a mix of cardio and strength with high BPM playlists. Classes are 50-minutes long and all equipment, including weights and bands, are provided.

Modo Yoga

If you're tired of doing yoga inside at home, Modo Yoga has the perfect outdoor option for your next yoga session. The classes include cardiovascular workouts that strengthen, tone and loosen the muscle, while calming the mind and reducing stress.


Designed and made in the U.S, Nube turns recycled plastic into fashionable and responsible activewear. The brand partners with artists around the world to design prints inspired by the environment. Fully woman-owned, Nube recycles all off-cut pieces during the manufacturing process to minimize waste.

Girlfriend Collective

Made with certified fair labor, Girlfriend Collective creates minimal, sustainable activewear for women. With eco-friendliness being its top priority, the brand uses recycled polyester, as well we non-toxic dyes, during its production process.


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