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Special Post-Thanksgiving Fitness Classes
Hop on a bike or hit the yoga studio after Thanksgiving for hourlong sweat sessions at these local studios. By Melissa Romero
Comments () | Published November 21, 2012

Maybe you were too late to sign up for a Turkey Trot or were traveling all day with no time to work out. Either way, if you’re not running through Target on Black Friday, you can head to a local gym or studio to burn off the massive amount of food you’ll probably gobble down tomorrow. The following places are offering post-Thanksgiving-themed fitness classes on Friday. Sign up soon, since these will fill up fast!

“Burn Your Turkey Ride” at Off Road DC, 9 and 10 AM
905 U St., NW; 202-681-1319
Head to U Street and check out Off Road DC’s new digs if you haven’t already. The indoor cycling/TRX/boxing studio will offer two 50-minute cycling classes, plus a late-night boxing class. 

Detox Class at Past Tense Studio, 10 AM
3253 Mount Pleasant St., NW; 202-462-9642
Overdid it at the dinner table last night? Past Tense Studio’s 75-minute detox class can help with that. The yoga session is all levels, so bring the whole family. 

Black Friday Sculpt Cycle at Sculpt DC, 9 AM
950 F St., NW; 202-885-9950
Burn calories instead of cash at this 75-minute high-intensity cycling class in Penn Quarter. You’ll also work your arms with weight intervals thrown in throughout the cycling sesh. Want something tamer? Try the 10:30 AM Escape From Black Friday yoga class. 

Turkey Burnoff Workout With Inez Sobczak, 10 AM
3900 Lee Hwy., Arlington; 703-577-5736
Burn up to 600 calories in 45 minutes with personal trainer Inez Sobczak this Friday. Her sessions include fit tests, meal planning support, and, of course, body-strengthening and cardiovascular exercise. 

Did we miss something? Leave a comment with details about a post-Thanksgiving class in DC, Maryland, or Virginia.

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