While planning your move to D.C., joining a gym can be high on your list of to-dos. These gyms in D.C. are highly rated by their current members. Each of these gyms provides a diversity of classes, exercise disciplines and varies in size.
So, whether you’re looking for a CrossFit gym, dance classes, or a boxing studio, there is a gym for you in D.C.
But, what about the days when the snow is coming down hard, or you’re tight on time. In these instances, having a gym at your apartment would be ideal. Many of the apartments listed by Blueground feature a fitness center inside the building.
Other amenities include a sauna or jacuzzi for a little post-gym relaxation.
So, regardless of the gym, you choose it’s nice to know that you have a backup at home.
Neighborhoods: Farragut North and North Bethesda
This gym has two locations in the D.C. area. Both locations are class-oriented gyms and teach their members proper form and ways to modify a given exercise. All their instructors are experts who help members achieve their desired results.
Here are some examples of the classes they offer.
Neighborhood: West End
Located in D.C.’s West End neighborhood is Urban Boxing. They provide members with group fitness workouts and individual personal training.
Above all, a combination of self-defense along with high-energy training gives students a fun and engaging workout.
More than 60 group classes are on the schedule on weekdays and weekends. These hour-long classes turn up the intensity with heart-pumping music and exercises. Classes include boxing, kickboxing, muay thai, jiu-jitsu, abs, yoga, and glow boxing (with glow lights and a live DJ).
If interested in training at Urban Boxing, contact the gym for pricing details.
Neighborhoods: Thomas Circle, Foggy Bottom, Glover Park, Capitol Hill
With four locations, these gyms in D.C. offer their members a wide variety of membership options, amenities, and classes.
There are over 25 types of fitness classes. They include balance barre, WandaWoman dance, aquatics, kickboxing, pilates, spin, boot camp, BODYPUMP, and more.
Crossfit is also offered at three of the four locations and has a separate membership plan.
Moreover, there are cardio machines and strength training equipment available for guest use.
Some of the perks of membership include happy hours, parties, and charity events involving fitness to raise money. There’s also towel service and shower facilities at all gym locations.
Even more, certain memberships give you access to the salt-water lap pool and jacuzzi at the Foggy Bottom location.
Neighborhood: Penn Quarter
Crunch gyms are widely known for their ‘no judgments’ philosophy. For them, “it’s a way of life…our Monday-thru-every-day mantra.”
Needless to say, they have created a space where all in the community are welcome. The atmosphere is positive, inclusive, and encouraging.
So, regardless of your fitness level, Crunch employees want you to have fun above all else. You’ll feel empowered and supported while reaching your goals no matter how big or small.
Known for their signature classes that are upbeat and entertaining, you’ll find something on the schedule that calls your name.
All in all, classes include Zumba, Pound, yin yoga, HIIT, kettlebell conditioning, party ride (spin), aerial yoga, cardio/strength blend, TRX chisel, and others.
Contact them for information about membership pricing.
Neighborhood: Mt Pleasant
FIT360DC is a fitness facility that concentrates on functional training. Members have the option to train individually, with small groups, or one-on-one personal training. This small community gym in D.C. provides a range of functional training equipment for beginners to advanced athletes.
Above all, the group class offerings include pilates, boxing, kickboxing, foundations, group X, HIIT, weightlifting, and yoga.