View our locations page to view our two studios: Our original indoor studio on 11th and Rhode Island NW and our new, open-air studio on 14th Street NW. (Note: Both locations follow the same programming, as seen on the schedule.)
We offer Strength Training, Heart (cardio), and Strength/Heart (combination) classes. For your first Cut, we do not recommend taking Heart as this is our most rigorous, fast-paced class.
We focus on one or two muscle groups each day, hitting seven total throughout the week. Expect the muscle listed first to be the primary focus of the workout—or “Legs / Back” will be predominantly legs, with back exercises mixed throughout.
Allow ten minutes to get a tour, explain any injuries, and learn the class format. Note: Be early—new athletes must be on time to be permitted to workout. For questions on health procedures, parking, facilities, and our cancellation policy, view our FAQ page.
We enter the studio as a team, where your coach explains each exercise before diving into the warm-up. That way, we don’t warm your muscles up, only to cool you back down throughout the demos.
After mobility and a dynamic warm-up, we dive into the workout. Typically, we’ll do two rounds of three stations, three-minute circuits. We finish with a little burnout love, before wrapping up with a team cool down.
Teammates will tell you: You need 2-3 classes to grasp the format and get the most from the program. If you blasted some hammys, try us on chest day. If you’re craving sprints, aim for a Strength/Heart day.
If you have any other questions—whether they pertain to programming, facilities, the workout, or different class options—please visit our FAQ page or reach out to us at email@example.com.
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“The best workout you'll find in DC. I have never been to a class where I didn't feel sore the next day.”
“After 12 years in this area, I've found this to be the most inclusive, motivating and challenging workout in the DMV.”
“You walk into the studio as one, but finish as a team. It’s amazing the camaraderie you build in 60 minutes.”