Gyms in Minnetonka


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  • Pedal Wild Cycling & Yoga
    Though most stationary bikes are just that—locked into place, as if bolted to the trail—Pedal Wild employs a fleet of RealRyder bicycles, which facilitate leaning and turning motions that work both core and leg muscles. Inspired by the more realistic workout, students keep each other motivated to keep pedaling during cycling classes led by the gym's experienced instructors. Workouts range from 45-minute express classes to intense 90-minute combinations of cycling and TRX.
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    4675 Shoreline Dr.
    Spring Park, MN US
  • Good Life Yoga
    Good Life Yoga owner and certified Anusara yoga teacher Amber Huttner and her team of experienced yoga teachers lead Anusara-style yoga classes that vary in difficulty to accommodate students of all abilities. Anusara yoga is a hatha-based discipline that uses physical postures and coordinating breath to promote mental, physical, and spiritual poses. The studio’s schedule of classes helps students focus on alignment, especially during beginning classes where fledgling flexers learn the basic poses at a slower pace, building a foundation for future practices. Intermediate classes explore more challenging poses as weekly themes encourage attributes such as self-honor, gratitude, and support. Advanced sessions require the permission of an instructor and the ability to fool amateur nature documentarians with uncanny cobra impressions.
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    18285 Minnetonka Boulevard
    Wayzata, MN US
  • Life Time Fitness
    The Life Time Turkey Day 5K jump-starts Thanksgiving celebrations with a healthy, full-body feast of exercise, with proceeds benefiting local food organizations. Starting on the world-famous Fremont Street, pavement stompers weave past the historic downtown vistas lining Las Vegas Boulevard, home to myriad celebrities, reality television shows, and retired slot machines. After coasting to a finish beneath the Fremont Street Experience, participants gather for a postrace party, where refreshments, music, and chances to win prizes from sponsors accompany huffs and puffs of accomplishment. Additionally, strollers are permitted during the race but must line up behind individual runners and must not be equipped with nitrous.
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    3310 County Road 101 S
    Wayzata, MN US
  • GYMJAB
    Though Allan Charney had been a consummate athlete all his life, he never found a sport that could match the workout intensity and adrenaline rush of boxing. "It has always been a dream to blend boxing and kickboxing with fitness," Allan explained to reporters from Sun Sailor. Allan realized his longtime dream when he founded GYMJAB, a private fitness studio where instructors lead high-intensity cross-training workouts designed to help burn high caloric amounts and build muscle strength. These workouts are infused with rounds of boxing and muay thai kickboxing. His diverse staff of trainers includes former professional boxers, tae kwon do black belts, amateur MMA fighters, and certified fitness instructors. The 6,500-square-foot studio abounds with cardio machines, functional conditioning equipment, heavy punching bags and several large-screen televisions. These televisions can broadcast each guest's heart rate, calories, effort percentage, and total number of 13-point Scrabble words spoken aloud during workouts. These figures are tracked through the gym's innovative heart-rate system, which records activity using specialized heart-rate monitors worn by participants. After workouts, students can view their workout summaries and track progress online and receive performance summaries by email, enabling them to adjust workout strategies and fitness goals accordingly.
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    13019 Ridgedale Dr
    Minnetonka, MN US
  • The Barre
    Paula Warford and Rachel Warford-Tessalone discovered barre fitness and immediately fell in love with it while living in New York. They liked the ballet aspects of the regimen, but particularly enjoyed the lean muscles they earned through isolations and intense stretching. When a desire to live near family drew Paula back to Wayzata in 2010, she hoped to find a studio in the nearby Twin Cities to continue her barre workouts. She came up empty. Paula's disappointment wound up inspiring her and Rachel to take the first step in their fitness careers. They decided to get certified as teachers, and opened their own barre fitness studio, appropriately called The Barre. Today, they teach in a sunlight-drenched urban studio adjacent to a hip shopping center and numerous restaurants. Amid accents of exposed brick and scarlet red, they use ballet barres to lift, stretch, and isolate leg and core muscles. They maintain a welcoming lobby with sofas and complementary tea to help warm the bones in winter or prove to summer that its heat cannot faze you. They even provide a supervised childcare area for kids to play while their parents work out or hang out in the studio.
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    539 Lake Street East
    Wayzata, MN US
  • Paddleboard Fitness
    Red paddleboards drift well off the shoreline of Lake Minnetonka, where they bathe in the summer sun and ride the breezy, calm waters. Atop each board, exercisers follow personal trainer Roxie’s cues as she leads them through a classic series of floor-based Pilates exercises. While lifting their limbs and performing planks, students must keep their balance on the paddleboards, strengthening their core and upper-body muscles in the process. Tired of indoor exercise, Roxie decided to combine her extensive fitness background and Minnesota’s breathtaking geography by founding Paddleboard Fitness. She provides everything her students need to participate, including life jackets, paddles, and polaroid cameras to snap pictures of Nessie.
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    379 Lake St.
    Excelsior, MN US

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