Tonight, sweat it out with free Pilates

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Photo by Etienne Frossard

It’s a little difficult to recommend anything outdoors this week, but we’ll just put the stuff out there, and you gauge the risk. Tonight, Jul. 6, the Fitness Guru is holding a free hour-long Pilates mat class in Brooklyn Bridge Park. The park’s Conservancy runs a slew of events and programs (some of which, you might have heard of), and this is the first of the weekly Tuesday-night Pilates classes that continue through August. The 7 p.m. classes are open to all skill-levels, and they’re held at Pier 1. Registration, which is required, starts at 6:30. And you can “rent” a free mat with ID. Who knows? With the heat, it could be a private lesson. More info here.

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  1. Pilates is great! I’ve been doing it for about six months now and feel super flexible! It’s helped with my trainings for triathalons. Any free pilates session is awesome, but trainers are the best way to go! I go to Pilates on Fifth and work with a trainer( 2 sessions for $80 BuyWithMe NYC Everyone should try pilates!

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