Spenga opened its only Frisco location Jan. 22 at 16710 FM 423, Ste. 300. The fitness concept focuses on cardio, high-intensity interval training and flexibility exercises in one-hour sessions, according to the company website. The session is broken down by 20 minutes of spin class, 20 minutes of strength training and 20 minutes of yoga. 214-778-1456. www.spenga.com
Spenga fitness studio opens Frisco location
Spenga is now open in Frisco. (Courtesy Spenga)
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