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“Electric Flight Crew has been hosting virtual workouts and happy hours,” says [Tom Fitzpatrick, a former division-one collegiate runner and the current director of growth at Electric Flight Crew]. “In a weird way, the crew has actually become even more tight-knit through all of this.” Not already involved with a group like the Electric Flight Crew? Maybe now's the time to join.

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Then there are social fitness groups like Electric Flight Crew that offer a boozy “no shower happy hour” after an hour of cardio or running. They limit groups to 50 so that members, mostly young professionals, can build meaningful relationships.

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Let’s face it — working out is always more fun with friends. You push harder, you laugh more, and the time flies by faster. And while you and a friend can easily sign up for a fitness class at any studio in LA, that doesn’t always have the personal connection you might be looking for.

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Electric Flight Crew (EFC) is redefining what it means to mix and mingle. The five-city (and growing) fitness group logs miles, yes, but also spins, squats, and does sun salutations together. Mixing up how they work out makes their bodies balanced and strong and keep things fresh and fun...

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The no-shower happy hour is just one of the draws of the exclusive Westside fitness social club Electric Flight Crew, started three years ago by Jonathan Patton and Josh Goldman. The group of 25- to 35-year-old professionals and entrepreneurs attends special weekly runs, sprint training and circuit-training workouts in locations from Redondo Beach to Santa Monica to West Hollywood.

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