Gyms in Nashville


Up to 52% Off boot camp classes at Gabby's G-Fit

Gabby's G-Fit

Lipscomb University Student Activity Center

From the merchant: Gabby Mooney, celebrity trainer and creator/CEO of Gabby’s G-Fit® teaming up with Phil Evans, offers 3-day bootcamp

$100 $49

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Family Karate Lessons with Uniform at Max Scruggs Karate Center (Up to 83% Off)

Max Scruggs Karate Center

Max Scruggs Karate Center

Parents and children five and older bond during wado ryu karate classes designed to build confidence and hone self-defense skills

$150 $29

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10 CrossFit Classes or a Month of Beginners CrossFit Classes at Cutting Edge Fitness Inc. (Up to 72% Off)

Cutting Edge Fitness Inc.

Cutting Edge Fitness Nashville

Certified trainers lead small groups of all fitness levels through intense but scalable CrossFit classes to tone and strengthen muscles

$200 $55

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$49 for Ten Yoga Classes at The Pilates Place (64% Off)

The Pilates Place

Bellevue

Instructors guide students through align and flow poses connected by flowing movements that simultaneously strengthen bodies and minds

$135 $49

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10 or 20 Group Fitness Classes at Kaizen Hybrid Training (Up to 78% Off)

Kaizen Hybrid Training

Kaizen Concepts

Group fitness classes may include boot camp

$150 $41

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One- or Three-Month Gym Membership at Anytime Fitness Donelson (Up to 68% Off)

Anytime Fitness Donelson

Anytime Fitness Donelson

Personal trainers, boot-camp classes, and an array of cardio and strength equipment improve physiques inside a 24-hour gym

$110 $35

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6-Week Outdoor Boot Camp from iDecide Fitness Bootcamp (70% Off)

Idecide Fitness Bootcamp

Nashville

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

$100 $30

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Three Personal-Training Sessions and a Dietary Consultation from J and K Fit LLC (65% Off)

J And K Fitness

Nashville

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

$210 $74

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$49 for 10 Fitness and Yoga Classes at FreeBird ($125 Value)

FreeBird

FreeBird

Enthusiastic instructors lead classes that range from traditional vinyasa yoga to unique blends such as tap n’ pow{h}er and buti yoga

$125 $49

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$47 for $85 Worth of Personal Training at Unbreakable Athlete

Unbreakable Athlete

Centerville

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

$85 $47

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Eight Weeks of Fitness Classes at Metamorphosis (45% Off)

Metamorphosis

Nashville

From the merchant: Two one-hour personal training sessions per week for eight weeks, including meal planning, nutritional coaching, and more

$960 $528

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One Month of Unlimited Yoga Classes for One or Two at Yoga and Arts (Up to 58% Off)

Yoga and Arts

Multiple Locations

Tibetan-style yoga classes focus on balance, strength, and flexibility

$60 $25

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Four- or Eight-Week Boot-Camp Session at Real World Athlete (Up to 82% Off)

Real World Athlete

Real World Athlete

Expert trainers lead students of all fitness levels through intense cardio and strength training drills on impact-absorbing floors

$394 $69

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Month of Unlimited MMA Classes for One or Two Kids with Optional Equipment at Pound for Pound (Up to 85% Off)

Pound for Pound

Pound for Pound

Kids can gain self-defense skills, strength, and stamina during MMA classes in a facility spanning more than 6,000 sq. ft.

$120 $19

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One or Two Months of Martial-Arts Classes for a Child or Adult at Continental Defense Group (Up to 63% Off)

Continental Defense Group

Continental Defense Group

Skilled instructor leads mixed martial-arts or Brazilian jujitsu class for adults or children

$75 $35

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One-Month Gymnastics Membership for One or Two with Registration at Boost Gymnastics (Up to 56% Off)

Boost FitClub

Boost FitClub

Gymnastics program breeds fitness, flexibility, self-confidence, and spatial awareness in classes for tumblers as young as 18 months

$105 $49

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Select Local Merchants

  • Niki G's Fitness
    Niki Gauthier has always loved fitness and has started her career almost 20 years ago at age 17 as a Personal Trainer at a local Brentwood gym. Some of her earliest memories include watching her mom exercise at home and wishing she could escape from the gym's childcare center to join the grown-ups who were working out. And as a mother of two who lost 50lbs after each child, she knows what it takes to lose weight and tone up. Today, she tailors her boot-camp classes to be more than just a fitness class. One that helps women achieve their fitness goals, whether they'd like to lose weight, tone up, or look more like their favorite marble statue. Trainers work to provide a complete personal fitness programs and keep their students accountable for showing up to class and putting in a good workout, and they offer exercise modifications that help customize the workouts to every ability level. Classes develop camaraderie among participants as they encourage each other through varied exercises, whether they're swinging kettlebells, practicing kickboxing motions, running a mile, or cooling down with yoga poses. Regular body assessments help students see their results, and the trainers bolster the workouts with continual nutrition education.
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    50 Vaughn Rd.
    Nashville, TN US
  • BarreAmped
    While music lilts through the workout spaces of BarreAmped, instructors guide limbs through the muscle-lengthening maneuvers of Suzanne Bowen's BarreAmped programs. Many of them have augmented their extensive dance, gymnastics, and fitness backgrounds with training from Suzanne Bowen herself—including the Franklin studio's Amy Weber, who has practiced BarreAmped since before it was branded and now trains fellow teachers. She is one of five instructors onsite, not including subs. All of them specialize in the method's combination of dance, Pilates, yoga, and orthopedic stretching, demonstrating how to leverage the body against a ballet barre for deeper holds. With small movements that shift each posture, they tighten traditional problem areas such as the seat, thighs, and water wings that have been stuck on arms since childhood. They also align each student's physique with hands-on corrections during class.
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    1617 16th Avenue South
    Nashville, TN US
  • BareFeet Studios
    At the age of three, an age when most kids are honing their recipe for Play-Doh spaghetti, Danika Miles was perfecting her dance moves. She competed with the River Cities Dance Company, minored in dance at Marshall University, and went on to earn an MBA so that she could share her passion with others. Finally, she founded BareFeet Studios, a facility with two dance spaces and sprung-wood floors. Within BareFeet, Danika and fellow instructors lead student—as young as three to adults—in dance forms such as ballet, hip-hop, and tap. They also offer open-level yoga, Zumba, Pilates, and fitness boot camps. Students with years of experience can audition for BareFeet Studios' senior company, which performs at benefits, charity events, and conventions with other professional dance companies. The studio additionally hosts an annual spring concert, birthday parties, and private lessons.
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    4825 Trousdale Drive
    Nashville, TN US
  • Franklin Bootcamp
    Launched by 2007 Ms. Bikini Universe Kim Whittaker, Franklin Boot Camp pumps up participants with a varied regimen of indoor and outdoor cardio exercises and resistance routines. In their quests for improved conditioning and muscle tone, boot campers will participate in adrenaline-fueled exercises ranging from obstacle courses and stair runs to intense yoga pose-offs against retired Madonna backup dancers.
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    119 Seaboard Ln.
    Franklin, TN US
  • Gracie Barra Nashville
    When three of your immediate family members are some of the world's best fighters, chances are that you're destined for greatness. Carlos Gracie, Jr. spent his formative years watching and learning from the men who are credited with founding the art of Brazilian jujitsu: his father, Carlos Gracie, Sr.; his uncle, Hélio; and his older brother, Rolls. They borrowed from a fighting style that originally evolved in India, practiced by Buddhist monks as a means to restrain opponents without having to injure them. The "gentle art," as the monks called it, focuses on redirecting an opponent's momentum, grappling them to the ground, and employing powerful joint locks to arrest their motion and prevent them from escaping or dancing the robot. The family practiced and polished this reinvented technique at the Teresópolis House, an expansive ranch in the mountains of Rio de Janeiro where martial artists honed their craft in a community that necessitated getting along, sharing, and learning from one another. Carlos Jr. drew on these lessons when he founded the first Gracie Barra school in 1986. The school, which eventually expanded to more than 300 locations worldwide, focuses on maintaining the signature Gracie Barra technique while allowing individual teachers to make the most of their own talents. Much more than a fighting style, Brazilian jujitsu emphasizes discipline and respect for others and oneself, and students at Gracie Barra will quickly learn the rules of etiquette that come standard in every classroom.
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    6432 Nolensville Pike
    Nashville, TN US
  • Fusion Performance and Fitness
    Equipment: TRX Suspension Training, Battle Ropes, Kettlebells, Plyometric Boxes Students should bring: Bottle of water Average class length: 30-60 minutes Number of Staff: 1?5 people Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes Established: 2007 Registration required: Yes Good for beginners: Yes Guests allowed: Yes Parking: Parking lot Pro Tip: Arrive 5 minutes before scheduled class time. Q&A with Shaun Daugherty, Owner Sweating to the oldies is acceptable, but sweating to the blues less so. Do you find that certain styles and genres of music generate more intense workouts? Absolutely. We try to keep our playlists current and upbeat. We will occasionally throw in a "throw back" tune that everyone loves and gets everyone into the workout groove. Exercise is challenging, and people frequently give up on their fitness routines. How do you keep clients motivated? We have high-energy and motivating trainers.
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    3534 Central Pike
    Nashville, TN US

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