You’ve worked hard to stay in shape all summer — don’t let the changing of the seasons throw off your fitness routine. There are plenty of great fall workout options available right here in the Central West End!
Celebrate two years of Pure Barre in the Central West End with a full day of class and retail specials on Wednesday, Nov. 1. Pure Barre moves through each muscle group to encourage long, lean muscle growth. The flow of the workouts remains consistent but instructors keep things interesting with new movements. Their studios have everything you need for your workout, just bring yourself (and a water bottle). Read more about their unique class offerings here.
Located inside The Chase Park Plaza, Santé Fitness offers everything from cardio machines and free weights to engaging group classes. Enjoy the amenities for free during your stay at The Chase or become a member for year-round access. Up for a challenge? Try stepping up your fitness game with a staff personal trainer. The options are endless. Visit their membership page for information on rates and perks.
All the essentials for your next workout can be found at lululemon in the CWE, from yoga mats to racer back tanks. With items uniquely tailored to different athletic activities, their garments boost performance and potential. Their friendly and knowledgeable staff are always eager to help you outfit your favorite routine with the perfect gear.
Mike’s Bikes offers exceptional service for recreational bikers, racers and commuters. Whether you need repairs or a new helmet, their knowledgeable staff will help you find the items suited to your needs. They even offer rentals, so you can explore the neighborhood on two wheels.
Opening Nov. 10, Orange Theory in the Central West End fuses high intensity interval training and cardio to speed up your metabolism and sculpt from head to toe. Orange Theory has been labeled “the best one-hour workout in the country.” Come see what it’s all about — you just might get hooked!
Steel Wheels, an indoor-cycling studio opening by the end of the year, will feature a giant HD projection screen engaging riders visually and audibly. Visuals range from scenic footage to music videos and CGI. The concept provides entertainment and sensory stimulation to keep bikers motivated and engaged. Come out for a little friendly competition or a relaxing ride.