Elements Fitness Studio, the high-end boutique fitness studio located in the heart of East Hampton, New York, is introducing a new consumer technology streaming platform, and adding more classes just in time for summer.
This season, Elements Fitness Studio is adding a new Barre Stretch class and modifying its Express AF classes in 25-minute sessions, along with continuing to offer its signature Barre, Dance and SUP classes.
Custom tailored to focus on strength building and recovery, Elements offers both the low-pact and high-intensity classes, that are safe for people with injuries and yield quick results, at its studio in East Hampton in addition to private sessions in the convenience and comfort of clients’ own homes in Manhattan and the Hamptons.
Sweat AF Express Class: 25 minutes of sweat, tone and stretch; Toned AF Express: fuses ultra-isometric exercises and intense interval training with the principals of ballet conditioning and Pilates core work based on Elements’ signature toned formula; Sexy AF Express: a cardio dance class utilizing a high-energy, interval-based formula that includes a choreographed warm up, isometric floor work and core building exercises; Sweaty AF Express: this higher intensity sweat formula pairs Elements’ popular toned class formula with non-stop cardio HIIT conditioning sequences; Stretch AF Express: a stretching and strengthening class focused on lengthening, elongating and releasing you’re your best body utilizing resistance bands and the barre.
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Toned by Elements: the barre/Pilates inspired class fuses Elements’ ULTRA isometric exercises and interval training with the principals of yoga, strength conditioning and Pilates core work using resistance bands, blocks and mats; Sweat By Elements: a higher intensity formula with non-stop cardio, strengthening and conditioning sequences; Dance by Elements: a high-energy 60-minute group fitness class that focuses on cardio-based interval training using a choreographed warm-up, isometric floor work and core building exercises; Stretch By Elements: a 55-minute stretching and strengthening class using resistance bands and Barre.
Elements will also be offering its Elements Experiences, which includes everything from private training to small group classes, special events, SUP, SUP excursions and Sunset Paddle, beginning June 21st.
And in addition to giving clients more exercise options this summer, Elements is also pleased to announce the recent launch of its new website, along with a new e-commerce platform launching in July and an online streaming platform that will launch on in August. As a result, clients will have a seamless experience from booking classes to buying their athletic apparel and fitness classes, as well as streaming classes and downloading edited content.
More exciting news for Elements fans include the addition of two new retail partners, Ultracor and Split59, a series of trunk shows and pop up events planned for this summer, as well as the opening of Elements’ first Manhattan location on the Upper East Side this fall – Elements Fitness is ready for all seasons.
For more information, visit www.elementsfitnessstudio.com