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The range of gyms in New York City is as varied as the unhealthy indulgences that our metropolis offers. But when trying to ascertain which is the best gym for you, making a decision could come down to the type of workout you’re looking for. For a high-end experience, try Equinox (extras include Kiehl’s-stocked locker rooms and juice bars), one of three David Barton Gyms (where all of the trainers are selected by Barton himself, and the stylish locations often host live DJs) or the massive Sports Center at Chelsea Piers, which boasts areas for running, rock climbing, basketball, volleyball, boxing and swimming, in addition to dozens of classes. Standbys like New York Sports Clubs and Crunch both offer yoga, Pilates, spinning and rock-climbing programs, plus sauna facilities and even babysitting services, so there’s no excuse for not putting your membership to good use.
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