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Your clients won’t have to give up their workout regime when staying at the Diplomat Beach Resort in Hollywood, Florida, as the resort has teamed up with Core Fitness Training (CFT) to offer new fitness opportunities.

The Diplomat Spa + Wellness’ partnership means there’s a new CFT Studio at the Diplomat Landing opening on Oct. 12, 2018, which features state-of-the-art equipment, daily fitness classes, and trainers. Guests can download the Core Fitness Training app on Android or iOS to new the most up-to-date daily fitness schedules, information on the instructors, and reserve their spot for a class. CFT is centered around high intensity interval training (HIIT); and the studio features equipment including heavy bags for boxing, kettle balls, battler ropes, medicine balls, and sleds. In addition, coaches also use TRX suspension training at the studio.

The CFT Studio classes start at $25 and last between 45-60 minutes; hotel guests get one complimentary fitness class daily. The classes range from Butts & Guts, to Tabata, and Sum it up Friday, among others. There are also weekly HIIT boot camp classes available, sunrise beach yoga, and spin classes.

The Diplomat Spa + Wellness also offers an array of specialized treatments and holistic programming that can be individualized for each guest for their personalized journey to wellness.

Once a month, The Diplomat and CFT will offer a Burn and Brunch Series, which is a high intensity beach workout with Dan Statler, president and fitness professional of CFT, that will be customized for guests of all fitness levels. Following the workout, guests will enjoy a brunch at celebrity Chef Geoffrey Zakarian’s Point Royal. Burn and Brunch is $50 pp and runs from 9:00 a.m. to noon.

Rates start at #99 from Oct. to May and $199 from June to Sept. For more ideas on active retreats, click here.

For more information, visit diplomatresort.com.

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