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SHAPE Heats Up With First Ever Bikini Body Tour
Date:3/23/2009

Hit the sand in the hottest cities and get moving with forty body-boosting fitness classes

NEW YORK, March 23 /PRNewswire/ -- 4 out of 5 American women say they're dissatisfied with the way they look. That will change this spring. SHAPE magazine, the #1 women's active lifestyle magazine, is excited to announce its first ever "Bikini Body Tour." SHAPE will hit the hottest beaches with forty exhilarating fitness classes, sand-tastic games, sizzling prizes and special guest, Marisa Miller. The cover model of the special Summer Issue, will be on-hand as women push themselves to the limit with muscle-burning moves on the beach. Those sexy beach bodies that women covet all year long can now be achieved with the help of the tour's intensive exercise classes! Once they've got the bod, they can check out the hottest looks at an exclusive summer fashion show hosted by SHAPE's Executive Style Director, Jacqui Stafford.

"The Bikini Body Tour" is dedicated to helping women get the bikini-ready curves they desire and deserve, with fun-filled fitness classes instructed by Equinox(R) trainers! The variety of heart-pumping routines range from cardio classes to full body conditioning and calorie burning dance instruction. Highlights include:

  • "Cardio Junkie," which features 30 minutes of interval cardio blasts, is an ideal option for those who are addicted to fast-paced and result-guaranteed workouts.
  • "Marisa Miller's Sexy Surfer-Body Workout," a non-stop circuit that targets all the muscle groups that surfing hits, results in the body of a surfer without having to get your hair wet.
  • "Groove'n with the Stars," a calorie torching dance class will teach Mambo, Salsa and easy-flow dance combinations that will have participants looking and feeling sexy and confident like our favorites from Dancing With the Stars.

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