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34th Street's series of exercise classes returns to Broadway Boulevard and Plaza33.

Angelito Jusay

Last year, 34th Street Partnership introduced Sweat34, a series of classes at Broadway Boulevard taught by instructors from top fitness studios. It was such a success that we’re bringing it back, and extending it to Plaza33 later in the summer.

This year’s series kicks off on Tuesday, May 23 with the return of IronStrength, the workout developed by Dr. Jordan Metzl that provides functional strength training for injury prevention and performance enhancement for athletes of all ages and abilities. Click here to pre-register for this and all other IronStrength sessions.

The series continues every Tuesday evening through August 29, with the exception of July 4. Participating studios include DanceSport, with classes alternating between Salsa Fitness, Swing Energy, and Zumbacam, and ((305)) Fitness, offering a unique method combining aerobic and anaerobic training, high intensity sprints, cardio endurance, and muscular toning for a total workout inspired by Miami.

Sweat34 meets at Broadway Boulevard, between 34th and 35th Streets, on Tuesdays, 6pm–7pm. All classes are free and open to people of all ages and fitness levels. Click here for the entire schedule.

Sweat33 debuts at Plaza33 on Wednesday, June 7 with a session of IronStrength. On July 26 and August 2, we welcome instructors from Drive 443, a health club stressing sustainability in both exercise and lifestyle. IronStrength returns one more time to Sweat33, on August 9, and Drive433 offers sessions on the remaining Wednesdays in August. All classes are 6pm -7pm. Click here for the schedule.      

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