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YAS Fitness Centers - Venice
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Today 8:00 am – 7:30 pm
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1101 Abbot Kinney Blvd Venice, CA 90291
1101 Abbot Kinney BoulevardUSCalifornia90291
Health Club, Sports Club
Health Club
Sports Club
Yoga Studio
Today 8:00 am – 7:30 pm
Monday 5:30 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 5:30 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 5:30 am – 9:00 pmThursday 5:30 am – 9:00 pmFriday 5:30 am – 9:00 pmSaturday 7:00 am – 7:30 pmSunday 8:00 am – 7:30 pm
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"I love the concept of the studio--spin and yoga fusion."
"The instructors are really warm, high energy, and motivating."
"High energy spin classes with fun playlists."
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Lauren Alviti
2 months ago
I think I am spoiled by spin studios in NYC...the facilities were nice and modern - concrete floors, wood beamed ceilings with skylights, garage door glass wall. They do not have spin shoes or towels on site. The spin studio has windows to outside, street level, and it is distracting, I prefer blacked out rooms for spin. I bounced on the bike when I tried to go fast - I put the resistance up to try and stop it, but it happened to me all class. Maybe it was just my bike, but it made me feel ill. The bikes do not have monitors to show the time, resistance, or speed. The class instruction itself was kind of boring. Would spend a whole song on one movement or speed. Spending 3 minutes doing the "front and back" movement on the same speed is monotonous. I broke a sweat but did not feel motivated or accomplished after class.
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Eden Jeffries
11 months ago
I was invited here by a teacher trainee, and after hearing about how great it was from a few friends I decided to check it out. I workout and take fitness classes quite regularly so I'm always open to try a new experience. I love the concept of the studio--spin and yoga fusion. The methodology is to provide training that caters to "athletes" in order to improve overall athletic performance. The spin class is high intensity cardio and resistance, while the yoga instills breathing techniques, isolated strengthening, lengthening and injury prevention. The facility and overall design has a really great personality--an urban, modern, pop feel. The instructors are really warm, high energy, and motivating. All fitness levels come here and they will modify or refer you to certain level classes depending on your ability. Clean facilities is a plus!
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Tommy Berg
2 years ago
New member woo!
A Google User
5 years ago
I found the cycling routines to be very basic. The cost to attend seems inflated. You can get an annual membership at Golds Gym, less than a mile away, at a fraction of the cost, with unlimited cycling that blows YAS away. I'll also note that the YAS classes do get packed and it's first come first served. What really bothers me is that the owner of YAS will attend classes and take away a cycle that a paying customer on the waiting list could have used. Not sure why she'd put ego in front of customer service.
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Michael Woodford
2 months ago
High energy spin classes with fun playlists. Spacious sunny (aka not a dark blacklight club room) spin studio and there have been a few seats open in the 4:15 class so it seems easy enough to pop-in and take a class. There's always lots of open free street parking on Electric Ave (the street behind Abbott Kinney), which is a huge plus. Haven't taken the yoga classes yet but I plan on it and I'm looking forward to it!
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Jamie Latta
2 years ago
These classes are always a fantastic work out. Of course some instructors are better than others but there is no experimentation with these classes. You're always gonna get what you pay for - which is a killer workout with good music. If I had a problem with them it's that they need to develop an online sign up form. Some of the more popular classes are a little chaotic. That said - they always make good on screw us and the people are super duper nice.
A Google User
6 years ago
My friends and I consider this place our Cheers (without the beer). In a word, this place makes working out FUN. The teachers are overall wonderful. Each has a unique personality so depending on what you need you can find a teacher that can push you to the limit or guide you through the workout. My favorite teacher is Tasha. She has awesome music and the hardest set for spinning. In Yoga, she does equally well in correcting technique and putting new insight to each position to get the max workout. Tip 1: I've been a member for over 3 years now. Basically, I feel strong and healthy just from the YAS workout. However, my problem area is my abs. So, I have to add other workouts like kick boxing and daily crunches. For this area of my body, the Yoga and Spinning is not enough. Tip 2: Parking can sometimes be a pain. There's 15mins in-between Spin classes and 30min between Yoga classes. If you get there right when the other classes are getting out there are plenty of spots. It's a time game. Tip 3: You have to sign up a day in advance for the Saturday and Sunday morning classes. Tip 4: Eat something an hour before class. You will burn 500+ calories. You will need the energy to burn fat. If you don't have nutrients you will burn muscle.
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A Google User
5 years ago
I like YAS because they teach real spinning here. Not like a lot of places where they are just focused on totally killing yourself to get the heart right up, and potentially injuring yourself. When you take a YAS class, if you know how to make yourself work while still keeping proper form, you will love the classes- and you will work hard too. If you want to go and spin your legs as fast as you can with no resistance, go somewhere else.


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