The Best Ways to Work Out in the Hamptons This Summer

The best Hamptons spots for breaking a sweat this summer, from AKT and SoulCycle to the Fhitting Room and Tracy Anderson.

Here are the best places for breaking a sweat in the Hamptons this season. Courtesy Erika Bloom Pilates

Hamptons season is here, which means plenty of rosé and a whole lot of beach time—which also means you’ll probably want to be burning calories on the regular. Fitness enthusiasts concerned about finding the best studios for breaking a sweat needn’t fret. Several exercise classes have popped up out east, everywhere from Southampton to Montauk. Below, all the spots worth hitting up this summer.

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SoulCycle at the Barn. Courtesy SoulCycle

SoulCycle at the Barn

SoulCycle has locations in Water Mill, Bridgehampton, East Hampton and Montauk. The newly renovated Barn in Bridgehampton now has a bigger branded shopping section and an area for some pre- or post-class juice sipping, as well as new merchandise from Le Labo, FaceGym, Supergoop, Drunk Elephant and more. So you can tap it back and then go scoop up some chic athleisure and wellness products. SoulCycle.

Tracy Anderson in Water Mill. Courtesy Tracy Anderson

Tracy Anderson

Gwyneth Paltrow’s go-to trainer now has two studios in the Hamptons, in Water Mill and in East Hampton. Both will offer her new intermediate-level class, FundamenTAI, a 50-minute, mat-based workout that may or may not help you feel like the Queen of Goop. Tracy Anderson.

New York Pilates. Courtesy New York Pilates

New York Pilates 

New York Pilates opened a Montauk studio in 2017, and this year it’s expanding to Southampton. The new location will officially launch over the July 4 holiday, with signature Pilates reformer classes and activations like a Sakara Life pop-up. Oh, and it’ll be open year-round, so you can get your fitness fix off-season, too. New York Pilates.

Flywheel. Courtesy Flywheel.


You can spin all summer long at Flywheel’s East Hampton studio, which will continue hosting its annual “RPM & Rosé” class at 4:45 p.m. every Friday in July and August. What better incentive to peddle furiously than the chance to sip some Wölffer Estate wine afterwards? Flywheel.


SLT. Courtesy SLT


You’ll be exhausted by the time you leave the 50-minute “Strength, Lengthen, Tone” workout, which is now in East Hampton and Southampton, but you’ll definitely get in shape using the Megaformer. Classes are available at both studios throughout the summer, and guests can also check out Stretch*d sessions. SLT.

AKT. Courtesy AKT


Beloved celeb trainer Anna Kaiser’s AKT workout is touching down in its seasonal East Hampton studio again. Definitely try her intense signature cardio workout—but be prepared! AKT.

Gurney’s Montauk. Courtesy Gurney's Montauk

Gurney’s Montauk Resort and Star Island

Gurney’s Montauk Resort and the new Gurney’s Star Island will be hosting several fitness pop-up workouts over the summer, including Gotham, Flywheel, Dogpound, Tone House, The Ness, Obé Fitness, Exhale and Brrrn. Keep an eye on the schedule. Gurney’s Montauk.

305 Fitness. Courtesy 305 Fitness

305 Fitness 

The dance cardio workout is springing up in East Hampton for the summer, so if you’re curious about introducing a live DJ and maybe a little disco into your next workout, you can get down at its classes from Memorial Day through Labor Day at Elements Fitness in East Hampton on Newtown Lane. 305 Fitness.

Fhitting Room. Courtesy Fhitting Room

Fhitting Room

The New York City–based HIIT fitness class is holding a 50-minute session every Saturday morning at Sag Harbor Gym at 1 Bay St. from July 6 through August 31. Fhitting Room.

Erika Bloom Pilates. Courtesy Erika Bloom Pilates

Erika Bloom Pilates

Erika Bloom now has studios in both East Hampton and Water Mill, each with a curated eco-friendly shop, acupuncture and the option for a group or private class. The East Hampton location is open year-round, while Water Mill is seasonal. Erika Bloom.

Shelter Island Pilates
Shelter Island Pilates. Courtesy Madison Fender Photography

Shelter Island Pilates & Barre

Hamptons health nuts will also find quality options out on Shelter Island, such as this full-body ballet-inspired workout, which offers classes seven days a week all summer. Shelter Island Pilates & Barre.

The Ness
The Ness. Courtesy The Ness

The Ness 

An invite-only sculpt studio that recently launched in Tribeca, The Ness is coming to the Hamptons for the first time this summer with pop-up classes at Gurney’s Montauk and Star Island as well as at Surf Lodge. If you’re not really feeling that whole “leave your house” thing, you can also book a private personal training session. The Ness.

Punch Pedal.
Punch Pedal House. Courtesy Punch Pedal

Punch Pedal House at Montauk Beach House

Punch Pedal at Montauk Beach House involves strobe lights and a serious cardio workout, which changes every month or so to mix things up. It will also host a boxing boot camp and a spin class. Punch Pedal.

P.volve. Courtesy P.volve

P.volve x The Sanctuary at Surf Lodge

P.volve, the workout based on real-life movements, is popping up at Surf Lodge’s new wellness program, the Sanctuary, all throughout July. P.volve.

Y7 Studio x Surf Lodge Sanctuary Courtesy Y7 Studio

Y7 Studio x The Sanctuary at Surf Lodge

The hot yoga studio also partnered up with Surf Lodge this summer, with classes at the Montauk spot every weekend. Y7 Studio.

The Class by Taryn Toomey. Courtesy The Class by Taryn Toomey

The Class by Taryn Toomey

Taryn Toomey is back at SoulCycle’s Bridgehampton Barn location, and aside from your usual workout, they’ve also partnered with plant-focused wellness brand Weleda. Taryn Toomey.

The Best Ways to Work Out in the Hamptons This Summer