Don’t skip your workout just because you’re in Las Vegas. The city offers plenty of ways to keep fit while playing and partying. Here are 5 fun ways to workout in Sin City:

Yoga in the High Roller
For the ultimate workout in relaxation head 550 feet up for Yoga on the High Roller Observation Wheel. Connect with yourself and catch some stunning aerial views as the wheel slowly spins high above the Strip. The one-hour class is a Silent Savasana and you’ll wear headphones to clock out all outside noise, with the exception of your yoga teacher’s instruction.

Peloton Bike Inside Nobu Hotel’s Fitness Center
You might expect to be spinning from all the drinking in Vegas, but at Nobu Hotel you’ll get your spin on in a healthy and active way with a Peloton Bike. This is one of the few spots in town where you can ride the bike and you don’t even need cleats because the hotel installed “regular” pedals. The bike will let you follow along with an on-screen fitness instructor, streaming from a 22-inch HD touchscreen. You can enjoy either a live or prerecorded session. Classes area available in 30, 60 or 90-minute segments. The Peloton bike is only available for Nobu Hotel guests.

FlowRider at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino
Surfing might not be the first thing to come to mind when you think of working out, but the aquatic sport can be an excellent way to get in a core workout. While Las Vegas isn’t anywhere near a beach you can still enjoy the surf at the FlowRider at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. You have the choice to surf or boogie board. Each session is 30-minutes. The FlowRider is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

XBU at Flamingo Las Vegas
For a little Vegas fun and a workout try Flamingo Las Vegas’ X Burlesque University. The experience will have you working up a sweat in no time as you learn the sexy dance moves from the women of the female revue X Burlesque.

Tennis at Bally’s Las Vegas
Tennis lovers can get in a game or two at the tennis courts at Bally’s Las Vegas. When you’re done get in a second workout at the Olympic-sized lap pool at the hotel.