If swinging on a trapeze is not your thing but you've always wanted to experience a circus workout, try an aerial arts silks class. Although there is climbing involved, it's nothing compared to the heights scaled to fly on a trapeze. Working with the silks is a graceful full-body workout, with an emphasis on the upper body and core — even your fingers will feel worked.
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