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For Bostonians, summer means soaking up all the warmth we can before retreating inside for the winter. If you want to break a sweat while feeling the sunshine on your back, check out these outdoor workouts.
City of Boston Summer Series with BronCore Bootcamps
BronCore will lead a 45 minute workout session every Tuesday from May 30 to August 22. Show up to Government Center Plaza and be rewarded with free beverages from Bai. 1 Washington Mall, 941-809-9551
Outdoor Donation Hatha Yoga
As relaxing as yoga can be, it is also a way to build up endurance and flexibility. Beginning on June 4, join yogis of all skill levels for Sunday yoga in The Arnold Arboretum. 125 The Arborway
Yoga on the Row
If you’re not free for yoga on Sundays or you live on the other end of Boston, take part in morning Yoga on The Row every Saturday in May and June. Baxter Riverfront Park @ Assembly Row
Free Tennis Lessons at Franklin Park
If you have been looking for a new way to get active, Franklin Park Tennis Association is hosting free lessons for kids and adults on Saturdays starting June 3. All you need to get started is a pair of sneakers! Shattuck Courts @ Franklin Park, 617-427-8900
Four week bootcamp sessions are available at Boston Common, Jamaica Pond, Assembly Row, and Sityodtong through Evolve. These interactive classes are lead by Shelley Devine and are designed to define and firm muscles, help you lose weight, and increase your cardio endurance. 617-388-7729
Seaport Sweat - HIIT With Athena
Starting on June 1, local fitness gurus will hold a variety of evening classes, including boxing and yoga on the Seaport Common. Live music by DJ Sprino will accompany these lively workouts. Seaport Common @ 85 Northern Ave.
Wellness Wednesdays at Kimpton Marlowe Hotel
Kimpton Marlow Hotel is offering classes in their courtyard from June to August on designated “Wellness Wednesdays.” Instructors from Cambridge Athletic Club and Public Body Boston will lead bootcamp classes while an instructor from Community Rowing will guide you on rowing machines. The $10 donation fee for all classes will benefit The Charles River Conservancy. 25 Edwin H Land Blvd, Cambridge, 617-868-8000