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    Where To Get In Shape In Middle Tennessee

    Maybe you’re looking to start your fitness journey for the first time. Maybe you just recently moved in and need to find a new gym. Maybe you’re searching for your next fitness challenge. Either way, if you’re looking to get in shape in Middle Tennessee, the good news is that there are tons of places to do it. Whether you love to run, hike, lift weights, or more, you are sure to find your favorite fitness activities somewhere nearby. Below is a list of several different places to get in shape here in Middle Tennessee.

    Indoor Gyms: 

    Life Time Fitness: With a new location in Franklin, TN, Life Time Fitness is known for being a luxury gym. Life Time offers childcare services, a spa, physical therapy, a cafe, fitness classes, basketball courts, training, a pool, and more. https://www.lifetime.life/life-time-locations/tn-franklin.html?utm_source=google&utm_medium=local&utm_campaign=google-local&selecteddate=2019-05-03

    YMCA: With multiple locations in Brentwood, Franklin, and Nashville, the YMCA is a popular choice amongst Middle Tennesseans. Members have access to a pool, group fitness classes, child care and youth sports. http://www.ymcamidtn.org/join

    Planet Fitness: Located in Murfreesboro, Franklin, Nashville, and all throughout Middle Tennessee, Planet Fitness prides itself in offering more affordable membership prices. If you want an intimidation-free gym and complimentary fitness training, Planet Fitness may be right for you. https://www.planetfitness.com/about-planet-fitness

    Fitness Programs and Classes:

    Iron Tribe Fitness: Located in both Brentwood and Nashville, Iron Tribe Fitness provides three different exercise programs. “Push” is a 45 minute group class focusing primarily on body weight and cardio-based movements. “Power” is a 45 minute group class emphasizing strength and conditioning, such as weight lifting. “Performance” is a 60 minute class designed specifically for athletes. https://www.irontribefitness.com/programs/

    Title Boxing Club: If you are a fan of boxing, kickboxing, or MMA, you should look into taking classes at Title Boxing Club. You can sign up for one of their group classes, or opt for private training instead. They have locations in both Franklin and Nashville. https://titleboxingclub.com/workout/

    Pure Barre: With locations scattered all over Middle Tennessee, you can find a Pure Barre in Brentwood, Franklin, Nashville, and Murfreesboro. Pure Barre is rooted in classical ballet techniques, using the ballet barre and other light equipment to increase strength and flexibility throughout the entire body. http://purebarre.com/experience/

    The Hot Room Yoga and Wellness: Located in Brentwood, TN, The Hot Room offers several hot yoga classes and wellness workshops/events. https://www.thehotroomtn.com/events

    Outdoor Fitness:

    Ascend Amphitheater’s Street Workout Park: At Ascend Amphitheater in Nashville, there is a free, outdoor workout park, providing pull bars, push up bars, parallel bars, etc. The park is the perfect spot for calisthenics training. https://calisthenics-parks.com/spots/1460-en-nashville-street-workout-park-ascend-amphitheater

    Crockett Park: If you love to walk, run, or bike, you will likely appreciate the paved trails at Crockett Park in Brentwood, TN. It is a great place to get in shape with friends and family. https://visitfranklin.com/see-and-do/crockett-park

    Radnor Lake: With beautiful hiking trails in the woods and paved trails around the water, Radnor Lake State Park is a go-to place for hikers, runners, and bikers. The scenery is so breathtaking, you’ll forget you’re even exercising. https://tnstateparks.com/parks/radnor-lake

    Good luck on your fitness journey!

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    Heather Faulkner

    My name is Heather Faulkner. I am the Marketing Specialist for The Easling Team at Keller Williams Realty. My primary roles include managing our social media pages, writing blogs, connecting with local businesses, and building relationships with the community.

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