Fitness Classes in Chicago, IL


$39 for 21 Days of Unlimited Rapid Fat Loss Kettlebell Boot-Camp Sessions at OTG Boot Camp ($297 Value)

OTG Boot Camp

OTG Boot Camp

Half-hour boot-camp sessions filled with strength- and endurance-building kettlebell exercises

$297 $39

$26 for $85 Worth of Services — Bridgeport Athletics: Home of CrossFit Bridgeport

Bridgeport Athletics: Home of CrossFit Bridgeport

Bridgeport

From the merchant: New gym in Bridgeport area of Chicago offering 1 hour group fitness training /CrossFit classes.

$85 $26

One Month of Unlimited Fitness Classes at CrossTown Fitness (Up to 67% Off)

CrossTown Fitness

Multiple Locations

Gym features high-intensity interval workouts that include cardio, strength, speed, and balance drills

$180 $59

10 Boxing 101 or Boot-Camp Classes, or Three Months of Boxing 101 at Sam Colonna Boxing MMA & Fitness (Up to 62% Off)

Sam Colonna Boxing MMA & Fitness

Brighton Park

Expert boxing coach leads students through basic pugilistic moves; boot camps help guests build strength and endurance

$100 $39

$39 for One Month Unlimited Pass at Webster Place Athletic Club ($115 Value)

Webster Place Athletic Club

Webster Place

Guests to this brand new gym receive access to cardio equipment, weight machines, and a full schedule of classes that includes aerial yoga

$115 $39

Two Weeks of Prenatal Yoga Classes at Yoga with Emily White (75% Off)

Yoga with Emily White

Ukrainian Village

Treat common pregnancy aches and pains, tone for labor, nurture your connection to baby and meet other moms to be.

$24 $6

$49 for Six Weeks of Unlimited Bikram Yoga Classes at Be Yoga Andersonville ($200 Value)

Be Yoga Andersonville

Be Yoga Andersonville

Students increase their strength and flexibility as they sweat through 26 asanas in a heated room during 90-minute Bikram yoga classes

$200 $49

10, 20, or One Month of Unlimited Yoga and Fitness Classes at Creative Motion Chicago

Creative Motion Chicago

Creative Motion Chicago

Creative fitness classes for all levels, including core Vinyasa, yoga basics, Vinyasa Glow, dance, pilates, and bootcamp

$90 $29

One or Two Months of Unlimited Yoga Classes at McFetridge Sports Center (Up to 52% Off)

McFetridge Sports Center

Chicago

Heated and unheated yoga classes such as Vinyasa Flow, Forrest, Sculpt, Restorative and Hatha

$60 $29

Up to 52% Off Fitness Gym — Rhodes Fusion Fitness

Rhodes Fusion Fitness

West Town

Israeli haganah self-defense techniques teach students how to defend themselves from real life threats & curb stress during high-risk events

$25 $12

One or Two Months of Unlimited Boot-Camp Classes and Personal Training Sessions at 312 Athletic Club (67% Off)

312 Athletic Club

312 Athletic Club

Exercisers test their stamina and strength during ever-changing boot-camp sessions and personal training

$89 $29

Two or Four Months of Unlimited Zumba Classes at Olin Studio Chicago (Up to 73% Off)

Olin Studio Chicago

West Side

In a fun party-like atmosphere, students groove to Latin beats while torching calories

$64 $19

Five Zumba Classes at Studio 101 Dance Fitness, LLC. (61% Off)

Studio 101 Dance Fitness, LLC.

Logan Square

From the merchant: Join the Studio 101 family! Party yourself into Shape! One full hour of Dance fitness!

$56 $22

$49 for 10 Fitness Classes or Drop-In Gym Visits at Cheetah Gym ($139 Value)

Cheetah Gym

Andersonville

Dance-fitness, Vinyasa-yoga, and boxing classes complement solo workouts on equipment by Life Fitness and Hammer Strength

$139 $49

Five Fitness Classes or Four Weeks of Unlimited Fitness Classes at Hustle Fitness Corp (Up to 80% Off)

Hustle Fitness Corp

Lincoln Park

Boot-camp classes focus on core strength, mobility, and metabolic training to help students carve a lean body or build muscle

$150 $35

Boot-Camp Classes with Optional Meal Planning or Personal Training Sessions at The Boot Camp Guy (Up to 69% Off)

The Boot Camp Guy

The Boot Camp Guy

Instructors gear workouts to students’ abilities during more than 120 classes, such as boot camps, cycling & cardio-kickboxing

$80 $36

$53 for 10 Drop-In Fitness Classes at Southside Knockout ($150 Value)

Southside Knockout

Mount Greenwood

Punches swoosh and bodies thud against mats during boot camps, boxing classes, and other body-chiseling sessions

$150 $53

Month of Unlimited Dance and Fitness Classes with Optional Private Consult at One Hundred Fitness (Up to 62% Off)

One Hundred Fitness

Lakeview

Dance, cardio, and stretching classes sculpt lean bodies; Pilates strengthens cores and improves flexibility

$130 $49

3, 5, or 10 Yoga Classes at Centered Studios (Up to 34% Off)

Centered Studios

Rogers Park

Classes range from candlelight yoga and family yoga to heated Vinyasa flow and Ashtanga’s synchronized breaths and poses

$42 $29

Fitness Program, with Option for Two or Four Extra Training Sessions at Citywide Superslow (Up to 73% Off)

Citywide Superslow

DePaul

Starter consultation and first workout at a gym that uses special MED-X equipment and slow movements with heavy weights to build strength

$75 $20

$28 Off One Month of Zumba at KS Wholistic Training & Dev. Center

KS Wholistic Training & Dev. Center

Beverly

For $1, receive $28 off One Month of Zumba

$0 $1

One- or Three-Month Membership with Unlimited Access to Infrared Sauna at Ladies Workout Express (Up to 67% Off)

Lady's Workout Express

Logan Square

Aerobic and strength-training equipment designed specifically for women includes treadmills, circuit-training equipment, and free weights

$55 $28

One Month of Boot-Camp Classes or 5 or 10 Classes at My Bootcamp Coach (Up to 48% Off)

My Bootcamp Coach

Pilsen

Boot-camp classes foster a team-oriented atmosphere while torching calories and building muscle

$109 $59

Five Classes, or a One-Month Pink Membership at Flirty Girl Fitness (Up to 58% Off)

Flirty Girl Fitness

2215 N. Halsted

Up to 100 classes per week, including Abs & Booty, Knockouts, Drop, Fabulously Firm, Yogalates, Pole Dancing, Chair Dancing and Sexy Stretch

$100 $49

$7 for $24 Worth of Services — Yoga with Emily White

Yoga with Emily White

West Side

From the merchant: Build strength and flexibility all within walking distance! Neighborhood yoga lets you nurture yourself locally.

$24 $7

One-, Six-, or Nine-Month Gym Membership at My Time Fitness (Up to 49% Off)

My Time Fitness

Multiple Locations

24-hour gym with modern fitness equipment

$49 $25

5 or 10 Parkour Classes at Parkour Ways (Up to 57% Off)

Parkour Ways

Parkour Ways

Students learn discipline and get in shape during indoor and outdoor parkour classes in a studio led by an expert instructor for TV and film

$85 $39

One or Four Yoga Classes at The Peace School (Up to 38% Off)

The Peace School

Lakeview

Nonprofit educational organization recognized by the United Nations promotes peace through meditation, yoga, and tae kwon do classes

$10 $10

10 or 20 Beach Yoga Classes or Season of Unlimited Classes at Beach Yoga Chicago by Yoga Gardens (Up to 73% Off)

Beach Yoga Chicago by Yoga Gardens

Far North Side

Yogis gather at Montrose Beach for a serene lake-side practice, backdropped by rolling waves, native plants, and clear air

$130 $45

Three Pole- or Aerial-Fitness Classes or Dance Party with Champagne for 14 at The Brass Ring (Up to 61% Off)

The Brass Ring Pole Dance & Aerial Fitness

Humboldt Park

Pole classes welcome beginners by introducing them to spins and tricks; aerial classes teach the fundamentals of acrobatics in the air

$75 $39

Select Local Merchants

  • Atlas Performance
    Inside the Atlas Performance facility, climbing ropes hang from the ceiling, squat racks line the walls, and ERG rowing machines dot the floor. Each apparatus awaits the scores of committed clients who call the space their home gym and use the equipment to rocket toward fitness goals such as improvements in strength, balance, power, endurance, and agility. Atlas Performance offers a variety of classes for all skill levels, including Fit360, TRX Suspension Training, and CircuitFit classes in addition to Crossfit. A crew of certified coaches, including some with a masters degree in Exercise Physiology and Sports Nutrition along with CSCS, PES, CPT, and CF1 certifications, preside over the class proceedings, correcting technique, shouting encouragement, and snatching away cheeseburgers while clients perform their workouts. Groupon Guide Crossfit, Decoded An Atlas Performance trainer breaks down some basic terms like box, power, and AMRAP.
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    1030 N Larrabee St.
    Chicago, IL US
  • Wells Street Crossfit
    Lifting weights and lifting your child are two very different tasks, but Wells Street CrossFit treats both as important goals. Its workouts are tailor-made to fit your everyday lifestyle, focusing on the natural movements that we rely on every day. In addition to making everyday lives easier with functional-fitness movements, Wells Street CrossFit's trainers help boost flexibility and stretch out limbs during yoga classes. The classes are particularly beneficial for CrossFitters in need of muscle-recovery exercises. Clients can also take circuit-training classes, which use body-weight progressions and aerobic conditioning circuits to torch calories and improve poor posture. Wells Street CrossFit offers a variety of other onsite services, as well. Clients can receive physical therapy, massage therapy, or even undergo professional chiropractic work—a better way to adjust your spine than simply curling up inside a cement mixer.
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    1219 North Wells Street
    Chicago, IL US
  • Train With Ron
    Come and experience the most creative and fun workout in Chicago designed by Award Winning Trainer and World Champion Athlete, Ron Potocnik! Free Parking Workouts tailored to your fitness level Please Call Ron to Schedule First Session
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    167 North Racine Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Yoga For All Beings
    Equipment: Yoga blocks, blankets, bolsters, straps and rental mats. Students should bring: Yoga mat, bottle of water, and small hand towel Average class length: 60-90 minutes Number of Staff: 5–10 people Class location: Indoors only Established: 2014 Registration required: No Good for beginners: Yes Guests allowed: Yes Parking: Free street parking Pro Tip: [Watch out for] parking restrictions on Grand Ave eastbound between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. and westbound between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. Q&A with Danielle Dickinson, Owner/operator Exercise is challenging, and people frequently give up on their fitness routines. How do you keep clients motivated? The teachers at Yoga For All Beings are motivational leaders. They offer inspirational guidance during class that encourages students to know how strong and capable they are. They won't give up on you. And if the physical practice is less appealing one day, YFAB teachers are permissive in allowing students to take rest on their mat when needed/desired. One thing you'll hear often in class, "Child's pose is always an option." Each class has it's level of intensity but no matter which class you show up to, ultimately you decide how challenged you want to be in the moment. They encourage students to listen to their bodies instead of their egos. 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? Most classes at YFAB are complimented with music but it's up to the teacher whether or not they decide to play music in their class. Any music played in class will suit the pace of class in the moment. For example, classes start out slow, focusing on breathing [and] meditation and so opening music would also be slow and calming. [The] middle of class focuses on warming up, standing poses, vinyasa flow, strengthening and stretching, and balancing and is a more yang (intense, active, heating) part of the practice, so music will be a little more energizing. We offer one class on Friday night that untraditionally plays hip hop music and other fun, upbeat tunes. We call this Friday Night Vinyasa and it's a blast. What is a typical session of your program or class like for a student? After class at YFAB, you will hear students say how relaxed and calm they feel, often ready for nap-time following a nice deep savasana. Other students will report feeling more energized and awake than they did when they first arrived for class. Regular students sing the praises of how yoga is making them a better, more confident and happy person.
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    508 North Hoyne Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • D3:Dre's Diesel Dome Fitness
    Equipment: Kettle bells, free weights, pull-up bars, weight bars, wall balls, med balls Students should bring: Water Average class length: 30-60 minutes Number of Staff: 1–5 people Class location: Indoors only Established: 2007 Good for beginners: Yes Guests allowed: Yes Parking: Free street parking Pro Tip: Come ready to work and have fun with a wonderful group of people. Q&A with Dre Nichols-Everett, CEO Exercise is challenging, and people frequently give up on their fitness routines. How do you keep clients motivated? We have Exercise Habit Coach Accountability Programs which teach our members how to stay motivated and accountable to themselves for long term fitness success. We also make sure our classes are fun yet effective so people actually do not want to miss them. What's the most radical physical transformation you've seen a client make? We have an 80-pound weight loss success story at D3 and several other huge transformations. Also, several of our clients, who had never been able to make exercise a habit, have become fitness junkies because they LOVE D3. Do you run your gym according to a particular exercise philosophy? Every fitness level is welcome because we modify every class and make sure all members are working at their own pace. As trainers, we gradually push them to the next level, but we do it slowly so they do not feel overwhelmed. D3 is very much like a personal-training session in a group environment. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? D3 is very different from the typical gym. The environment is kind of like a FRA-ORITY- half frat half sorority, because you really feel a sense of belonging to something greater than you. D3 members own D3, not the owners. The members are our family and each person is treated very special. We have a wonderful community where every looks out for each other.
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    125 E 26th St
    Chicago, IL US
  • 105F - Chicago's Original Hot Yoga
    Beginners and seasoned yogis alike are welcome at 105F - Chicago’s Original Hot Yoga. Here, instructors lead classes that are designed to lure students to their limits, providing a demanding physical challenge for all skill and fitness levels. Each of the three studio locations contains a practice room that is heated to 105 degrees with 40%–45% humidity, creating a sweat-inducing, tropical setting that aids practicers by loosening their muscles as they sink into each stretch. The Smart60 and Original90 classes follow the same sequence of two breathing exercises and 26 standing and seated asanas, which use deep twists and bends to methodically work organ systems and muscle groups throughout the entire body. Instructors slowly guide students into poses and ensure that they can perform each asana at a level that safely challenges their limits. The intermediate NextLevel90 class guides students through salutations, inversions, hip openers, and arm balances. The work-shop style Focus90 class helps students receive personalized instruction, while the Yoga Nidra provides guided meditation. In addition, the Yin Yoga class offers a slow and gentle experience, with deep stretching and long holds. Continued practice can help yogis hone their strength and endurance while also learning to maintain a greater sense of focus and mind-body awareness, even in the face of physical distractions like another student's Sudoku puzzle back tattoo. Groupon Guide to Chicago Yes, Yoga Is a Sport And Gianna Purcell is the reigning champion. Follow her journey to the top from her very first class at 105F in Chicago.
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    1344 N Milwaukee Ave.
    Chicago, IL US

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