By Jessica Bowne | March 7, 2017 | Lifestyle
Spring is just a few short weeks away (the weather just needs to get the memo) and beyond that lies summer and all its glorious long beach days. Prep for the oncoming seasons with these morning fitness classes aimed at waking you up bright and early, from boxing at the new EveryBody Fights to finding the beat at Soul Cycle Seaport.
Hop on the bike pre-dawn (or almost) with classes beginning at this new location as early as 5:30 a.m. so if you live in the neighborhood you can be sure to get to work on time. 101 Seaport Blvd., 617-996-7685
George Foreman III just opened a second Boston outpost of his popular boxing focused gym in the Financial District. Morning classes run from 5:30-8:40 a.m. with sweat-inducing options like the full-body workout BagsxBody and the RoadxStrength, which will have you alternating treadmills sprints with body exercises. One Federal St., 857-990-3108
Leave nothing behind at the 7 a.m. The Pursuit by Equinox, a new cycling class that mixes in-class challenges (Hello, hills) with real-time data. Choose from the endurance focused The Pursuit: Build or work on intervals with The Pursuit: Burn all by the time you hit your desk in the morning. 4 Avery St., 617-375-8200
Feel the burn at the cycling studio’s 6 a.m. signature R/DE. Expect a 45-minute full body workout with weights added to the upbeat cycling. Up for more? Come back for the HOT R/DE later where the room is heated to 84 degrees. 101 Federal St., 617-951-9900
Hit the barre early with the 6 a.m. Core Fusion Cardio class where you’ll mix kickboxing, plyometrics, and weight resistance training for a muscle-busting 45-minute workout. The Heritage on the Garden, 28 Arlington St., 617-532-7000