Leveling up your fitness in 2020? Here are 4 new places that can help

The new Monarch Athletic Club in West Hollywood is designed to be more than a place to do some crunches. Instead, said chief executive and founding physician Dr. Ryan M. Greene, it should be a “one-stop shop for health and wellness optimizing.”

The 5,800-square-foot facility offers largely private training as well as small-group yoga and Pilates classes. Members also can access services like sports massages, IV therapy and metabolic panel testing. Also on-site: a medical-grade cold plunge pool, an infrared sauna and treatment tables for acupuncture and chiropractic services.

“We wanted to offer a comprehensive wellness program based on the key foundational pillars of preventative health and wellness, based on how you move, how you eat, how you take care of your body and recover,” Greene said.

On joining, Greene evaluates each member to develop a personalized workout regimen, which is appraised every three months. Luxe add-ons include workout clothes, a laundry service and a daily smoothie. Of course, that all comes at a price.

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