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Free Core Fusion Extreme Class in SaMo; Debate Debate at The Ace; More!

We round up the week's coolest events so you don't have to.

Exhale Spa

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SANTA MONICA—Get super serious about amping up your fitness regimen by trying out High Intensity Interval Training workout Core Fusion Exteme. The metabolism-boosting, fat-blasting, strengthening class utilizes gliders, weights, a plyo box, and suspension training to help you sculpt a more toned and powerful physique over time, and since CFX is the latest addition to Exhale Spa's (101 Wilshire Boulevard) SaMo schedule, founder Bergen Wheeler is inviting guests to try it for free this Sunday. In celebration of the workout's launch at this location, those who sign up for the 11:30am complimentary class here (space is limited, so reserve your spot now) will also score mini-treatments, snacks, sips, and giveaways.

FASHION DISTRICT—Another Democratic Debate means another excuse for a hilarious panel of guests to provide live commentary. Once again, The Ace Hotel's theater (929 S Broadway) presents Debate Debate this Sunday, and for this edition, the comedic guests include James Adomian, Guy Branum, the Lucas Brothers, among other funny friends. If you'd like some laughs while catching up with potential presidential candidates, grab your $15 tickets for the event here. Doors open at 5pm, and the show starts promptly at 6pm.

ECHO PARK—As per usual, feminist-focused shop Otherwild (1932 Echo Park Avenue) has a little something for the ladies. This Sunday cultureisland presents "Ladies," a pop-up featuring goods by a collection of talented women, at the the mystic hippie faved boutique. The 3-6pm is free to attend, and some of the participants include Allie Pohl, Julia Jeanguenat, Lyndsay Phaneuf, Jillian Evelyn, and Sera Sloane—all of whom will be offering art, wares, and services.