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5 Classes That Will Take you to the Future

5 Classes That Will Take you to the Future

What will NYC look like in fifty years?

Sweeping skyscrapers?

Skynet makes an appearance?

Brooklyn rent prices meet that of Manhattan?

Whether you’re preparing for a zombie apocalypse, a Sharknado, or simply envisioning life on Mars, here are a list of NYC classes to take you there and prepare.

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    Plyo Dance -- unresponsive (MCK, 10/24/16)
    Plyo Dance -- unresponsive (MCK, 10/24/16)

    Mario Godiva Fitness

    In the future, workouts won’t consist of Nike’s Airs and an empty track. Instead, you’ll attach springs to your feet, Nike ‘Roos, and jump to a better body. Designed to burn maximum calories, you’ll produce explosive and powerful muscular movements. Whether you’re improving your thighs or preparing to leap tall buildings on the moon, you’ll feel futuristic in a Plyo Kangaroo class.

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    TMZ Tour NYC -- no longer offered CIS 10/31/16
    TMZ Tour NYC -- no longer offered CIS 10/31/16

    On Location Tours

    Where will Lindsay Lohan be arrested next? Find out...

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    Food Preservation: Pickling, Canning, Freezing & Drying
    Food Preservation: Pickling, Canning, Freezing & Drying

    3rd Ward

    That herring and those eggs you purchased are going bad. But, really, they can be eaten in one--twenty--years if you prepare it correctly. As the zombie apocalypse approaches or you’re living a less wasteful life, food preservation guarantees those cucumbers will be perfect to eat any time in the future. Extending shelf-lives, you just may be craving eggs in five years...or a bite of herring in three years.

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    Terrarium Workshop
    Terrarium Workshop

    Twig Terrariums

    This must be how aliens peer into Earth. Is this what it looks like from the stars? Recreate your life into a glass bulb.

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    Renewable Power Sources: Dynamos and Solar
    Renewable Power Sources: Dynamos and Solar

    3rd Ward

    How disappointed would Edison be if he found out we still depended on the combustible engine? Pretty disappointed. Apparently, if you haven’t heard, the world will eventually run out of oil. Crap. Here, you’ll examine the life cycle of the materials and energy used to harness electrical energy from the environment. Investigating the most prevalent electricity-generating methods, you’ll then create your own renewable power generator as an alternate means of powering electronics. Snap, you’ll be prepared for any impending blackout...or even a reduced electrical bill.

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