Fitness Classes in Atlanta

Up to 83% Off Small-Group Fitness Training

Atlanta

$150 $35

Former LA Fitness master trainer customizes workouts for small groups of people seeking an effective, manageable exercise routine

Up to 62% Off Boot Camps and Nutrition Planning

Atlanta

$150 $59

Instructors lead classes of up to 25 students through a routine designed to burn fat and tone muscles

Up to 63% Off Private Pilates Classes

Midtown

$240 $105

Clients perform therapeutic and strengthening Pilates exercises on Reformer machines

Up to 90% Off at Glitter’s Fitness Club

Atlanta

$100 $10

Students boost their cardio fitness dancing to high-energy Latin beats during Zumba; fitness classes include Piloxing, yoga, and hip-hop

Up to 61% Off at Agni Power Yoga

Old Fourth Ward

$100 $39

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Power-yoga sequences challenge students of all skill levels with fluid postures and breath work

65% Off Yoga Classes at Hotlanta Yoga

Atlanta

$100 $36

Hotlanta Yoga teachers guide participants through a journey of athletically balanced Yoga in heated studio; beginner classes are not heated

59% Off at Sacred Thread Yoga

Atlanta

$120 $49

Yogis blend peaceful poses with chant, moderate heat, or slow movements inside a community- and art-focused studio; all skill levels welcome

Up to 70% Off at Red Hot Yoga

Atlanta

$110 $35

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4,200-square-foot yoga facility hosts daily heated classes for all skill levels in its two expansive practice rooms

Up to 51% Off Sessions at Yoga For Families

Sandy Springs

$50 $25

Family-oriented yoga sessions invite children as young as 3 years old to learn yogic poses alongside parents

Up to 61% Off Fitness Classes at Play Hard Gym

Atlanta

$65 $29

Padded gym filled with trampolines, weights, and gymnastics equipment; classes in aerial acrobatics and circuit training

Up to 62% Off Personal Training at Jungle Fitness Atlanta

Downtown

$209.99 $80

Certified trainers help exercisers push past plateaus via varied cardio and strength routines; access to gym with treadmills and ellipticals

56% Off Piloxing Classes at Zoe Fitness

Atlanta

$80 $35

Piloxing classes blend boxing, Pilates, and dance moves to boost strength, tighten the core, and tone muscles

Up to 67% Off One-on-One Yoga Sessions

Multiple Locations

$150 $59

M.E.L.T. is a self-treatment technique that helps prevent pain, reduces stress, prevents injury, & promotes flexibility using yoga technique

Up to 67% Off Fitness Classes at Total Wellness

Atlanta

$100 $39

Supplemented by nutritional guidance, group fitness classes aim to help exercisers shed pounds on a week-to-week basis

65% Off Kettlebell & Kickboxing Classes

Lindbergh - Morosgo

$99 $35

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Students jumpstart their mornings by signing up for kettlebell and kickboxing classes that will get heart rates pumping

72% Off One Month of Martial-Arts Classes

Grant Park

$265 $75

Tang soo do, a traditional martial art from Korea, incorporates aspects of kung fu, tai chi, and Japanese karate

45% Off

Mechanicsville

$120 $66

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

50% Off Services

Midtown

$300 $150

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 75% Off at OnlYoga

Midtown

$90 $25

Vinyasa-style Ashtanga yoga is the only class on the menu at this specialized yoga studio

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Today's Groupon gets you three 60-minute personal training sessions at YourDay e.t.c. for just $75—71% off the $255 value. YourDay aims for a holistic approach to health—its founder lectures on achieving personal growth through health and fitness and calibrating physical and mental energy until you're able to summon and fire energy balls from your hands.

4967 Roswell Rd
Atlanta,
GA
US

Equipment: Weights, rowing equipment, and kettlebells
Students should bring: Workout clothes and water
Average class length: 30–60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1–5 people
Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes
Established: 2008
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Parking: Parking lot

Q&A with Nate Taylor, Owner

Exercise is challenging, and people frequently give up on their fitness routines. How do you keep clients motivated?
The primary driver with CrossFit is accountability, which we cultivate through a strong community bond with your friends and coaches. It's also motivating to see your own performance improve. Once you get a taste of feeling faster and stronger, nothing else compares.

Besides working out, what else can clients do to spend their time at your facility?
Outside class time, coaches may assign homework ranging from gymnastics and Olympic lifting to practicing any of the vast array of movements.

What is a typical session of your program or class like for a student?
A typical session includes a warmup, mobility stretching, and movement review before progressing into the workout of the day. Each session concludes with enthusiastic high-fives with your classmates and coaches.

3907 Green Industrial Way
Atlanta,
GA
US

Marty P. Hill, bit by the boxing bug at age 25, started training and fighting while balancing a full-time job in corporate America. When a severe shoulder and back injury sidelined his competitive career he refused to leave the game, instead earning his training certification from USA Boxing and he now helps others get in fighting condition at Sweet Science Fitness. Here, he and his trainers proffer pugilistic skills in the form of one-on-one sessions, small-group classes, and group cardio sessions that eschew contact in the ring.

Along with forging stronger bodies and faster metabolisms, Marty’s workouts help boost fast-twitch-muscle development and improve hand-eye coordination, which comes in handy when defending yourself from the shadow that’s always following you. Having overcome his injuries, Marty can now often be found training alongside his students, and is competing in the 35-and-over level of USA Boxing’s Masters division.

1100 Hammond Dr NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

Though its name may conjure fantasies about sprinting down crowded streets or bench-pressing buses stalled in traffic, Urban Active Fitness grants its members abundant space in which to spread out and follow their workout proclivities. At dozens of locations across the Midwest and South, members can sculpt their bodies in whichever manner they choose—from personal training with resistance machines and free weights to group classes in cycling, Zumba, and Pilates. A number of group classes draw on the gym’s urban theme for inspiration. Urban Iron, for example, focuses on building muscles that resemble the cast-iron beams of skyscrapers, and Urban Yoga closely imitates the poses necessary to squeeze onto a subway train at rush hour.

3535 Peachtree Rd NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

It would seem that Josh Guise's personal mantra is "train hard or go home," a motivational phrase he painted right on the wall of the AllStar Fit Training studio. Josh and his award-winning team of trainers specialize in small group classes, hosting up to four people for cross-training sessions that might include anything from kickboxing to body-weight resistance exercises. The sessions are designed to produce noticeable results in 30 days or less, and can be supplemented with personal fitness assessments, nutritional plans, and free weights that don't need to be fed or walked. Josh's intense, results-oriented workouts can challenge even the most disciplined athletes: one regular who comes in 4–5 times a week reported that he still feels physically taxed after each session.

3352 Chamblee Tucker Rd
Atlanta,
GA
US

Kettlebells originated in Russia, which explains why they are often weighed by the pood—a Russian unit of weight equivalent to roughly 36 pounds—and why fitness guru Delaine Ross chose to learn from Strong First chairman Pavel Tsatsouline and is one of 39 instructors worldwide who can teach its certification.

Ross helms Condition Kettlebell Gym, a boutique fitness studio with classes that center on the spherical, handled weights. Studio workouts, held up to six times daily, unfold in a spartan studio with exposed brick walls decorated only with pull-up bars and ropes. Before they can access drop-in classes, students must attend introductory sessions to learn basic kettlebell lifts, and to never work out near an enormous electromagnet.

659 Auburn Ave NE
Atlanta,
GA
US