Burger King; Shay Spence
Who Tried It: Shay Spence, PEOPLE Associate Food & Lifestyle Editor
When I first heard about the new “Angriest Whopper” from Burger King, I was intrigued in the way that one is intrigued by a Kardashian semi-knude selfie. It’s nothing ground-breaking, nothing we haven’t seen before, just the latest episode of the never-ending sitcom we call America. And, yet, I was intrigued.
What Is It: Training Mate is a HIIT circuit training class founded by Luke Milton, a celebrity trainer and former captain of the Australian Rugby team. Fans of the class include Freida Pinto, Jesse Metcalfe, Rachel McAdams, Tyra Banks, Adrian Grenier and Busy Philipps.
The Ranch Malibu
What Is It: The Ranch Malibu is a one-week “luxury bootcamp” wellness and fitness retreat – Lea Michele, Minka Kelly and Julianne Hough have all paid visits – during which guests participate in hours of daily workouts and eat only plant-based meals in order to lose weight and detoxify the body.
What Is It: Speedplay is a 60-minute high-intensity interval training class that combines running, rowing and floor exercises to burn up to 900 calories per session.
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What Is It: Gold Barre is a barre-based workout – taught at Equinox gyms nationwide – that focuses on the lower body and core. The moves are inspired by the routines of Olympic gold medal winning figure skater Tara Lipinski.
What Is It: Chris Martin’s once-a-week fasting diet, which allows for water only and claims to provide a variety of mind and body benefits.
Who Tried It: Joan Yeam, PEOPLE Video Producer, @JoanYeamTV
Level of Difficulty: 9. This takes immense self-control.
Confession: I love food. I only work out to make up for my eating, and I’ve tried every fitness trend out there. Crossfit, Flywheel, Barry’s Bootcamp…all the good stuff. But the problem is – because I don’t diet, I never obtain an uber-hot physique.
What Is It: Pop Physique is a barre-based class that feels like a nightclub and sanctuary rolled into one.
Who Tried It: Grace Gavilanes, PEOPLE writer and reporter
Level of Difficulty: 7 (on a scale from 1 to 10).