Work Out New York goes inside the sexy and exclusive world of elite fitness training in New York City. Following the lives of a group of the city's hottest trainers, Lindsey Clayton, Joe Lazo, Layla Luciano, Lena Marti, Noah Neiman, Courtney Paul and Holly Rilinger, the series sheds light on a group of high-end personal trainers, where competition for landing top clientele tests even the deepest of friendships. From rivalries to romance, these friends and colleagues know they can't be afraid to break a sweat to make their dreams of success come true. With the landscape of the fitness world changing at lightning speed, the trainers can't miss a beat or they may find themselves trying to catch up. The battle for who is on top never ends and if they can't keep their professional jealousies, disagreements and romances in check, the group's intensity level could go sky high.

Work Out New York - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2015-12-06

Work Out New York - Work Out (song) - Netflix

“Work Out” is a song by American hip hop recording artist and record producer J. Cole, and released as the lead single from his debut studio album Cole World: The Sideline Story (2011).The song was officially released on June 27, 2011 through Roc Nation and Columbia. Nas voiced his displeasure with the song, which inspired Cole to create the song “Let Nas Down” for his album Born Sinner . It samples the chorus from “Straight Up” by Paula Abdul, Abdul would later sample “Work Out” for her song “Dream Medley.”

Work Out New York - Background - Netflix

J. Cole released “Work Out” on June 15, 2011, in honor of the second anniversary of his highly acclaimed mixtape The Warm Up. The song, produced by Cole himself, samples “The New Workout Plan” by Kanye West and interpolates “Straight Up” by Paula Abdul. The song is featured as a bonus track on Cole World: The Sideline Story.

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