Gyms in Etobicoke


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  • National Training Centres
    At National Training Centers, instructors tackle the difficult task of improving athletes' hockey game without any ice. Instead, they train the body to perform better in the rink, with balance yoga classes dedicated to improving leg flexibility and core strength. Instructors help players hone their stride and endurance with skating-technique-based treadmill classes. All of their training focuses on the essential attributes of an ice-rink athlete: core strength, agility, power, speed, and the ability to walk on frozen water.
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    90 Woodbine Downs Blvd.
    Etobicoke, ON CA
  • Premier Fitness
    Both options include two one-on-one boxing classes (a $90 value), one personal-fitness assessment (a $100 value), and four personal-training sessions (a $340 value).
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    10 Carlson Crt
    Etobicoke, ON CA
  • Xtreme Couture Toronto
    When you look around Xtreme's 33,000 square feet of space, it's hard to discern what stands out the most. Is it the 40-plus cardio machines? The free weights, sauna, or juice bar? Every gymgoer can find something special under this roof—and there's still more than enough room for Zumba, Mixed Martial Arts, and boot camp classes, too. If that wasn't enough, each class is led by a dynamic instructor and some of the staff even boasts experience in the UFC ring. The facility also opens up at 5:30 a.m. during the week to accommodate regular work schedules and anyone who works out as their day job and child care services are available to members at no additional cost.
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    700 Kipling Avenue
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Madd About Fitness
    Madd About Zumba’s name speaks to that of its founder—Maddalena Pignatari. With a BFA in Dance from York University and a Zumba certification, Maddalena is particularly mad about dance fitness. She specializes in Zumba classes, whose Latin-inspired routines incorporate occasional workout-intensifying props and weights. High-octane latin-pop music provides a soundtrack to the classes, as well as small-group or private personal-training sessions, whose curricula are more tailored to their participants. Personal-training regimens prevent fitness plateaus with three distinct workout phases, and can include a nutrition plan.
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    222 Mill Road
    Etobicoke, ON CA
  • Buloflex Fitness and Sport
    The trainers at Buloflex Fitness & Sport want their clients to get fit in a fun, social atmosphere, without it seeming like a chore. Though fitness classes are laid-back, the workouts are intense and always different. Participants can expect to find sprinting, circuit training, and strength-building activities in each session, helping to burn calories and develop lean muscle. Afterward, the class can stick around to play a sport such as dodge ball or ultimate frisbee.
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    86 Montgomery Rd.
    Etobicoke, ON CA
  • Bikram Yoga Red Tree
    The path to health and happiness is often built from scratch, according to yoga master Bikram Choudhury and the stretchy sages at Bikram Yoga Red Tree. Filled with triathletes, engineers, and social workers, the studio’s teaching staff illustrates yoga’s ability to inspire and transform people from diverse walks of life. Between bright windows and mirror-lined walls, students of all skill levels reflect upon wellness while practicing 26 poses designed to pump oxygen through the blood. Tight muscles loosen as bodies absorb heated air, which seeps into pores during twists, balances, and forward bends. Coupled with deep-breathing exercises, the heat helps to oust toxins and tension through sweat beads and focused exhalations. When fatigue sets in, students draw inspiration from one of Bikram’s loftiest challenges: a knee injury that threatened his ability to walk. With hard work and the support of a caring yoga teacher, he regained his ability to stroll, sprint, and perform the hokey-pokey.
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    12 Drummond St, Ste 2
    Toronto, ON CA

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