By Connie Connors
The gentrification of TriBeCa continues through the proliferation of fitness outlets. While Tracy Andersonis the doyenne of the first celebrity-rich studio in Tribeca(24 Hubert Street, TracyAndersonMethod.com), high-end bastions of health and fitness are springing up on every corner …
Karen Lord Pilates just moved from the meatpacking district and expanded her high-end studio to Tribeca. (137 Duane Street, KarenLordPilatesMovement.com)
If you want to spin, there’s brand new FlyWheel.(415 Greenwich Street, New-York.FlyWheelSports.com)
If you want hot yoga, there is the newly opened Lyons Den Power Yoga.
For state-of-the-art equipment, there’s Superstar Gym with their human-powered treadmills (452 Washington Street, SuperstarGym.com),and ARC Athletics TriBeCa with its anti-gravity treadmill(5 Harrison Street, ARCAthletics.com).
Circuit training can be had fromBarry’s Bootcamp.(1 York Street, BarrysBootCamp.com)
And if trampoline is your thing, try JumpLife(404 Broadway, Jump-Life.com) or the Bari Studio (23 Leonard Street, TheBariStudio.com).