Trampoline fitness has been popping up everywhere during quarantine, and New York boutique studio The Ness is hoping others will give bounce cardio a try by breaking down the main barrier: a trampoline. The studio saw an opportunity to cut through the many mini-trampoline options and launch their very own in late December. Released in collaboration with JumpSport, their model features a bronze frame and retails for $399.
The Peloton universe expanded a little wider this December with the launch of Peloton Pilates. The mat classes are offered by popular instructors including Emma Lovewell (who describes the workout as “like giving your body a big hug”) through its app, no equipment needed — although we wouldn’t be surprised if a Peloton Reformer was introduced down the line. Peloton’s cheaper treadmill model is also on the way, with a release date in late March. The company has also extended the length of its free Peloton App trial to two months for user who sign up before January 31.
New York Pilates World
Heather Andersen’s popular downtown pilates chain — which pairs reformer workouts with curated playlists and cheeky marketing — recently launch a membership streaming platform, New York Pilates World. On-demand classes, all currently led by Andersen, are offered in a variety of formats and lengths, with playlists curated by creative director and DJ Brion Isaacs to tap into the in-studio experience at home.
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