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GOT FITNESS: Austin Fitness Guide

Make the most of your health in 2022 by trying some of Austin’s fun and unique fitness classes. Everyone from the professional athlete to the weekend warrior can take advantage of these one-of-a-kind athletic offerings.


From aerial classes to indoor cycling, we’ve got you covered with a variety of Austin’s finest fitness classes.

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CorePower Yoga  –  Muscle meets yoga, combine free weights and cardio to intensify each yoga pose.

801 West 5th St  |  512.542.9642

Knockout Austin – This local kickboxing studio keeps the lights low, beats dropping, and sweat dripping.

1211 W 6th St Suite 100 | 512. 520.4050

MOD Fitness  –  Athletic approach to barre-based workouts, combining resistance training, cardio, and yoga.

2041 South Lamar Blvd  |  512.765.5663

People in a rowing exercise class
People doing circus activities
People on stationary bikes

Ro Fitness  –  Indoor rowing studio, made by rowers for your total-body cardio workout.

74 Trinity St  |  512.815.3013

Sky Candy  –  Trapeze, silks, pole classes, and many more circus arts.

507 Calles St #117  |  512.800.4998

SoulCycle  –  An indoor cycling class that feels a lot like a dance party.

401 Congress Ave  |  512.265.7500


For those looking for a rush of adrenaline, here are some fitness ideas to get your heart racing.

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Person water skiing on Lake Austin

Austin Bouldering Project – Take rock climbing but lose the ropes and harnesses, and you have bouldering.

979 Springdale Rd  |  512.645.4633

Crux Climbing Center  –  A rock climbing and bouldering gym for the whole family.

121 Pickle Rd  |  512.931.3911

Executive Watersports  –  Discover and learn wakeboarding, water-skiing, and other lake-related sports.

2215 Westlake Dr  |  512.713.3202

People running outside
People getting ready to go paddle boarding

Lache Movement Co. – A unique fitness studio that helps build strength and ability through community and fun arts such as aerial arts, trapeze, parkour, and more.

8868 Research Blvd | 512.662.1483

Mylo Obstacle Fitness – A mix of strength, cardio, and obstacle training on a 30-acre outdoor obstacle course gym.

4600 McKinney Falls Pkwy  |  512.386.7405

SUP ATX – Paddleboarding  –  Rent or have a SUP party on Lady Bird Lake with the largest paddleboard company in the world.

1541 West Cesar Chavez St  |  512.517.5417


With an average of 228 sunny days per year. Austin takes advantage of all of its natural resources and offers a multitude of ways to combine the outdoors and fitness.

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Barton Creek greenbelt
Barton Spring's Bike Rental building exterior

Austin’s Sports and Social Club  –  Coed leagues in bowling, cornhole, ultimate frisbee, and much more.

Barton Creek Greenbelt  –  Hike, walk, run or bike the many miles of trails in the heart of Austin.

2201 Barton Springs Rd

Barton Springs Bike Rental  –  Take an Austin tour via a bike and take in the city highlights while also getting a workout.

1707 Barton Springs Rd  |  512.480.0200

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Walk path at Ladybird Lake
People rowing on Ladybird Lake

Barton Springs Pool  –  This spring-fed pool is ideal for year-round swimming with an average temperature of 68-70 degrees.

2201 Barton Springs Rd  |  512.476.9044

Ann and Roy Butler Hike-and-Bike Trail –  10 miles of trails that serve as a social hub for runners, walkers, and cyclists.

1717 West Cesar Chavez  |  512.974.6700

Texas Rowing Center  –  Learn-to-row programs along with rentals of kayaks, canoes, and stand-up paddleboards.

1541 West Cesar Chavez  |  512.467.7799

Whether you’re looking for the best workout apps to keep you motivated – or the ones that can help you start a new fitness routine from scratch – there are tons of great options out there.

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Aaptiv – Reinvent the way you do cardio. Audio workout classes that combine the guidance of a professional trainer with a motivating playlist. Be sure to try their free 7-day trial!

Calm Enjoy 100+ guided meditations to help you manage anxiety, lower stress, and sleep better. Be sure to join along with local favorite, Matthew McConaughey, on a dreamy story about the mysteries of the universe.

Charity Miles Earn money for the charity of your choice while walking the dog, on a run, or even doing a weekend hike – don’t forget to practice safe social distancing.

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Nike Training Club The NTC app offers a variety of guided workouts at different intensities and lengths in easy-to-follow video formats. There’s something for everyone, no matter how much time you have, your fitness level, or your workout interests.

Obé –  Offering an endless schedule of strength, power, dance, and HIIT classes, you’ll be sure to find a class that fits your craving. With their Workout Party feature, sign up to sweat with up to seven friends, sharing each moment through video or text chat.

Peloton While better known for its spin classes, Peloton also offers thousands of strength, yoga, stretching, and boot camp workouts on its app. Try Peloton for free for the first months!