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Get Your Group On

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The strength of the pack is the wolf, and the strength of the wolf is the pack. —Rudyard Kipling

You’re out for a run, and a hot woman comes into view. You speed up. Why? It’s called “social facilitation,” the tendency to perform better when you know you’re being watched. Same thing happens when you train with other people, says sports psychologist Judy Van Raalte, Ph.D. And with apps like ClassPass and more gyms offering drop-in specials, there’s no reason to suffer alone. We joined more than 50 group fitness experiences, and these 10 were our favorites.

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