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Embrace the warm weather by getting fit

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Although Chicago might be known for its brutal winters, true Chicagoans understand that the winter weather is simply a prelude to the gorgeous Chicago summers. Whether it’s hanging out at the beach or going to one of the many outdoor festivals, it seems there is always something to do once the weather gets hot. However, the emergence of warm weather can also bring on some self-loathing for the start of swimsuit season. For those looking for a unique twist on fitness, Kimpton’s Hotel Palomar Chicago is offering a great way to have fun and get fit in the city.

Kimpton’s Hotel Palomar Chicago
505 North State St.
Chicago, IL 60654
(312) 755-9703
www.hotelpalomar-chicago.com

Barre Bee Fit is offering a total body workout class in the illustrious Hotel Palomar Chicago. The class offers intensive cardiovascular conditioning, strength training and much more on the Palomar’s rooftop sundeck. This weekly Wednesday class will begin May 28 and continue through Labor Day. While the class is complimentary for hotel guests, locals signing up through BBF only have to pay the standard class rate of $18 for a drop-in class. Take advantage of the warm weather, the scenic rooftop ambiance and a great workout in anticipation of swimsuit season by taking a class that will rejuvenate the body and soul.

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