Gyms in Asheville


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  • Rush Fitness
    It's hard to get out rock climbing regularly. Basketball courts don't fit in the average home. The facilities at The Rush Fitness let everyone get in an exciting workout, though, with climbing walls, pools, athletic courts, and more. At 23 locations in Knoxville, Chattanooga, Dalton, Asheville, Greensboro, Winston Salem, High Point and Greenville, skilled trainers preside over those amenities. They also lead more than 500 group exercise classes, which might touch on everything from yoga to Zumba. Those classes, as well as the requisite array of free weights and cardio equipment, have helped the chain win a range of "best gym" awards.
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    1047 Patton Ave.
    Asheville, NC US
  • Vixen Unleashed
    Lynne Sadowski's life changed when she saw a photograph of herself at the beach. Despite her success in her career and with her family, she realized she had been neglecting what she now considers the most important piece of the puzzle: her health. She created Body Unleashed Fitness and Yoga Pass in order to help others find their own path to health with a team of medical practitioners, health clubs, and lifestyle coaching.
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    800 Brevard Rd. Suite 648A
    Asheville, NC US
  • SuperFit, LLC
    Equipment: Resistance bands, medicine balls, speed ladder, weights, agility cones Students should bring: Bottle of water and towel Average class length: 60 minutes Number of Staff: 1?5 people Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes Established: 2011 Registration required: Yes Good for beginners: Yes Guests allowed: Yes Parking: Parking lot Pro Tip: Make sure to eat a light snack 30?45 minutes before class begins.
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    PO Box 176
    Swannanoa, NC US
  • Black Eye Fitness
    Combining mixed martial arts, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, and other combat-related fitness disciplines, the classes at Black Eye Fitness pack a powerful punch. The instructors offer training for men, women, and kids, with classes that include submission wrestling, self-defense, wrestling, boxing, and other disciplines that help build strength and flexibility. But the classes offer more than just athletic benefits: instructors emphasize humility, perseverance, sportsmanship, discipline, and having a really clever handshake at the end of your match.
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    44 Business Park Circle
    Arden, NC US
  • Thank Dog! Bootcamp
    The trainers at Thank Dog! Bootcamp tap into dogs' energy and devotion to motivate humans to get into shape. Bootcamps cater to two-legged and four-legged participants at the same time. Instructors divide each 60-minute workout into 10-minute segments alternating between cardio, obedience training, and doggie downtime while humans perform strength-training drills. In addition to being a good form of exercise, the classes instill basic obedience-training techniques that can be used at home.
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    65 Gashes Creek Road
    Asheville, NC US
  • Soundbarre
    Soundbarre's owners, Avena Joyce and Anne Livengood, discovered the BarreAmped method in Kentucky. It was the first workout they'd come across that provided an intense mind body transformation that they could stick with for life. During BarreAmped classes, their students practice regular barre movements that blend dance, orthopedic stretching, and Pilates to help shape the body and soothe the mind.
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    900 Hendersonville Road
    Asheville, NC US
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