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From yoga with leaps and jumps to Pilates that packs a punch, fitness experts say the craze for short, intense workouts has resulted in some odd pairings.The New Jersey-based Lauren is the creator of Plyoga fitness, a group fitness class that melds the slow stretches of yoga with the explosive jumping and leaping that is plyometrics.A 2014 report from the trade association IHRSA (International Health Racquet & Sportsclub Association) found that women are up to two to three times more likely than men to join group exercise classes.The 60-minute choreographed workout is done in 37 countries around the world.Matthews, who has seen yoga combined with pole dancing and ballet barre classes combined with resistance tubing, said that in evaluating a fusion class, it's important to assess whether you're getting the benefits of both modalities.
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