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M.A.N.D.Y. and Get Physical Work It Out at Art Basel December 2

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It's time to work it out, bitches. Slip on your sleeveless hoodies and bike shorts, suck some Red Bull, and stretch like a cheerleader 'cause Get Physical label guy and M.A.N.D.Y. member Philipp Jung is back for Basel 2010.

You can definitely expect Hamburg, Germany's DJ Koze (AKA Adolf Noise, Kosi Annan, Monaco Schranze) to join Jung for the sweat sesh. But right now, those two are the only aerobic instructors set to show their glutes that Thursday.

However, if we weren't already too broke, we might bet on a late addition. Who knows? There's precedent.

For those lazy asses who've missed M.A.N.D.Y.'s annual fitness fests during WMC (and other random Miami stops), peep the following three YouTube vids from last March for some idea of Get Physical's official program. You got DJ Hell going hard, M.A.N.D.Y. and Damian Lazarus doing deep squats, and a million people aerobicizing amid lights, lazers, and sweat-slicked floors.

Now the Basel workout won't be this strenuous. But close.

Get Physical Art Basel party with M.A.N.D.Y.'s Philipp Jung and DJ Koze. Thursday, December 2. Electric Pickle, 41 NW 20th St., Miami. Doors open at 9 p.m. and it's open to the public. Admission TBA. Visit electricpicklemiami.com.

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