Fitness Classes in Nashville


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  • Snap Fitness Nashville
    Snap Fitness's around-the-clock gyms enable members to work on their physical well-being with a cornucopia of fitness equipment. With 24-hour access, members don't have to let The Man tell them when to help themselves to Snap's strength and cardio equipment, which features built-in TVs and other media diversions. For those who exercise during conventional hours, Snap's friendly, unintimidating atmosphere welcomes patrons of all ability levels, unlike schoolyard dodge-ball squads. Members also enjoy nationwide access to all Snap Fitness locations, ideal for working out while traveling. For a dose of custom advice, patrons can seek out a personal-training session with a certified coach, who helps them assess and address their fitness goals. Clients reap the benefit of individual attention as a personal trainer helps them tackle weight loss, prepare for an arm-wrestling competition, or unveil the mysteries of arcane cable-weight machines.
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    73 White Bridge Road
    Nashville, TN US
  • Xcelerated Training
    Like many trainers, Rickey Taylor spent much of his life fascinated by fitness, but he has also always loved art. He considers the act of training others as a combination of the two: his clients’ bodies serving as the canvases that he helps transform into healthy human specimens. He founded Xcelerated Training as an art-cum-fitness studio, where he now paints a healthy picture of the world. Rickey employs a blend of cardio, weight training, and plyometrics in his body-sculpting workouts. His enthusiasm is contagious, and he encourages patrons to motivate one another through the high-intensity, boot-camp-style classes. Though his classes are held in small groups, he schedules one-on-one sessions with customers who request it. He also provides nutrition coaching, further pushing patrons toward healthier lifestyles without relying on fad diets, such as only eating fruits with fresh hairstyles.
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    312 9th Ave. S
    Nashville, TN US
  • Real World Athlete
    Thomas Miller and Anthony Cooper are both passionate athletes who motivate small groups of boot-campers to achieve their fitness goals. They lead students of all ages and fitness levels through intense cardio and strength-training exercises on bouncy, impact-absorbing floors. Above all, they strive to instill long-lasting changes in their students' lifestyles, which they achieve by providing meal plans and making sure participants stay engaged. To this end, they regularly change up the regimens—for instance, Thursdays and Saturdays incorporate boxing workouts to provide a change of pace and help students relieve stress.
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    403 Harding Industrial Dr.
    Nashville, TN US
  • Simply Pilates
    As a ballet dancer, David Gensheimer didn't need much help becoming lean, limber, and lithe. But when he found himself recovering from knee surgery, he knew he needed to find something that would keep him strong without compromising his healing process. In addition to physical therapy, he turned to Pilates and was won over by the sport's ability to strengthen core muscles and enhance flexibility. Though he was back to pirouetting in no time, David never lost the Pilates bug and went on to complete his Pilates training while serving as a company member with Ballet Austin and Nashville Ballet and dancing with the Houston Metropolitan Dance Company and Stillpoint. Today, when he's not busy dancing his way through guest performances around the country, David helms Simply Balanced where he helps others strengthen, rehabilitate, and challenge their bodies through Pilates and yoga classes. Students can also try Gyrotonic classes, which blend elements of gymnastics, yoga, dance, and tai chi, performed on a weight and pulley machine that engages the entire body. Beyond transforming the way visitors look, move, and feel about spandex shorts, the Simply Balanced studio also showers them with feel-good perks such as complimentary beverages, free parking, and access to a team of highly trained massage therapists.
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    521 8th Ave South Suite 104
    Nashville, TN US
  • Studio Goddess Nashville
    After obtaining a bachelor's degree in chemistry and biology, Kristen Nicole Hall seemed destined for a medical career. But after 26 years of competitive cheerleading, gymnastics, and pole fitness, including six national and international Pro fitness titles, she couldn't shake the desire to share empowering, rhythmic routines with others—and an aerial dance and flirty fitness studio provided just the right venue to share her dream. A variety of unique dance and fitness classes, which have been featured at multiple international fitness conventions, are scheduled each week at Studio Goddess—a 5,000-square-foot facility with three pole and dance studios, two showers, men's and women's dressing rooms, and a fitness apparel store. Classes include pole and flirty fitness workouts that help participants bolster confidence and climb up trees quickly when confronted by a prowling wolf pack. Sessions such as Buns and Guns BootCamp blend dance and muscle-toning movements, and various pole-fitness levels progress students from basic spins to upside-down high-fives. Private pole parties teach small groups to twirl around the studio's 12-foot poles while celebrating special events or simply helping to "unleash the goddess" in each woman.
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    919 8th Ave South
    Nashville, TN US
  • The Pilates Place
    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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    358 Bellevue Rd.
    Nashville, TN US

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