Keep up with those New Year's resolutions and health goals well through the winter with three new fitness options—all just opened in the downtown core.
Snowy roads aren't a problem with SoulCycle's hot training on two wheels.
Head down to the lower level of the recently renovated Victorian Square building for a workout in Aspen's only Lagree Method studio. It's owned by longtime local and Pilates expert Jen Metcalf (she's also at the helm of Flex Pilates Aspen), and clients can get their sweat on during classes set to custom playlists in either the Megaformer room or in the group fitness studio, which offers a variety of classes from Infrared Hot Pilates and Battleropes HIIT to Barre Boot Camp and Ritual Sculpt. $150 per 10 Megaformer classes (first class $15), $30 for three group fitness classes, 601 E. Hyman Ave., 305.951.0981, ritualaspen.com
After two years of seasonal pop-ups in the Boogie's building and at the American Express Platinum House during the Food & Wine Classic, SoulCycle is finally sticking around for an entire season, through March 31. Find the beloved New York City-based Spin studio this time around in a new location that's home to 59 bikes and a signature ASPN merch store. $45 per class (includes shoe rental and a Fiji water), 535 E. Hyman Ave., 646.755.6900, soul-cycle.com
When Aspen-native Madeleine Hasulak discovered Pilates a decade ago, she immediately fell in love with its low-impact, full-body effect. Missing the high intensity from other workouts like HIIT and TRX, she developed the Tonic Method to combine it all into one 45-minute class on a custom-built Reformer machine. $35 per class (first class free), 720 E. Durant Ave., 970.718.6009, tonicmethod.com