By Lauren Epstein | August 18, 2016 | Lifestyle
From new classes to new fashions, the Hamptons’ fitness scene is stronger than ever.
Carbon38, a high-end online activewear retailer and designer, brings its West Coast vibe to the East End with its first-ever brick-and-mortar location, the Carbon38 Beach House in Bridgehampton. Open until Labor Day, the new boutique carries a selection of athletic clothing curated just for the Hamptons crowd, plus sneak peeks at Carbon38 branded collections, special events, and more. 2393 Main St., Bridgehampton
The wildly popular fitness fashion brand Lululemon lets you put your latest purchases to the test with complimentary in-store Pilates, yoga, and boxing classes from Erika Bloom Pilates Plus and Well Within, among other studios, at its East Hampton outpost throughout the month of August. 35 Main St., East Hampton, 324-4192
At the newly expanded Elements Fitness studio in East Hampton, founder and program director Andrea Fornarola calls on her dance training to teach barre, dance, high-intensity interval training, and stand-up paddleboarding classes. “I try to merge results-driven sessions with mindful movements that won’t result in sore muscles or upset past injuries, but rather enhance strength, balance, flexibility, and muscle tone,” says Fornarola. “This results in strong, lean, and healthy physiques.” 68 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 604-5445
photography Courtesy of elements fitness (fornarola); Courtesy of Carbon38 (Corrida legging); Courtesy of lululemon (Class)