29 fitness deals available right now

29 fitness deals available right now
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While ringing in the new year, the annual fitness and health surge is once again on the rise. Feeling inspired? Check out these 29 fitness deals to kick start your new year’s fitness goals.

9Round

What? The classic kickboxing studio that will whip you into shape. With locations all over the city, you should be set for the new year.
What you get: New to the 9 Round family? You receive the first 30 minute class for free. After the initial class, you must become a member to receive more information regarding prices. Details.

Find them all over the city here, or connect on Facebook and Instagram.


AerialCLT

What? This unique style of yoga incorporates silks to strengthen the body. Plus, you get to hang from the ceiling like a trapeze artist. All levels of experience are welcomed in the studio, so don’t be afraid to try it out if you’ve never done it before.
What you get: $5 30 minute mini classes on January 26th to get to know the ropes, literally. If you decide it’s right for you, there are 8 week introductory courses for $120, unlimited monthly passes for $150, single drop in classes for $25, 4 classes for $75, and 8 classes for $125. Details.

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Find them in Uptown (801 N Tryon Street) and connect on Facebook and Instagram.


Arrichion

What? This studio offers hot yoga and circuit training that improves strength and flexibility. Both a physically and mentally challenging workout experience.
What you get: Introductory $20 for 20 consecutive days of workouts. From there, you can choose unlimited membership options, like the starter membership package for $99, or class package limited options, like a single class for $20. Details.

Find them in SouthEnd (125 Winona Street) and connect on Facebook and Instagram.


Barre3

What? Coming soon to South Charlotte! Barre3 classes are aimed to make you feel stronger both physically and mentally. Provides long term fitness perfect for all ages.
What you get: After opening up its doors in March, there are plans to have founding membership options including free online classes, unlimited classes in the studio, and 10% off retail. For details, email @barre3southcharlotte

Find them in March in South Charlotte (9925 Rea Road) or connect on Facebook and Instagram.


Be Yoga

What? A perfect destination to satisfy all of your yoga needs, or begin your yoga practice.
What you get: New student specials include 10 classes for $69, and 2 months unlimited for $108. Membership packages ranging from 3 month ($119/ month) to a full year ($108/ month) and class passes are also available for purchase. Details.

Find them in Dilworth (1247 East Blvd. Suite 250) and Carmel (7510 Pineville-Matthews Rd. Suite 2B) and connect on Facebook.


bloc

What? A community based workout center with group workout classes ranging from cardio dance to functional strength.
What you get: Only $10 for the first class and $50 for unlimited class for the first month of classes. Details.

Find them in Dilworth (2400 Park Road, Suite A) or connect on Instagram.


Burn Boot Camp 

What? High intensity book camp style workouts (each 45 minutes) to really kick your booty back into shape.
What you get: “Raise the Bar” New Year’s deal (6 weeks unlimited for $99) is now extended until January 14th. Make sure to grab it while it lasts. Details.

Find them all over the city here or connect on Facebook and Instagram. Here’s what to expect in class.


Carolina Barre & Core

What? A boutique fitness studio that offers a fast blasting workout designed to maximize your time and strengthen and tone those muscles.
What you get: $39 introductory special for unlimited classes for 10 days. From there, the studio offers $24 1-class drops ins, a 6 month special for $180/ month and a 12 month special for $160/month. Details.

Find them in Park Road (4201-A Park Rd.) and connect on Facebook and Instagram.


Charlotte Athletic Club

What? A premier gym experience that offers yoga, group fitness, and training options. With all the equipment you could imagine and beyond, this club is an overall win for New Year’s fitness journeys.
What you get: Individual or Corporate memberships available for purchase. For pricing information, call 704.360.5234, sign up for emails, or just drop in at either location.

Find them at the Duke Energy Center (550 South Tryon Street, #170) or at their Trade and Tryon Location (101 South Tryon Street, #200) or connect on Facebook and Instagram.


Charlotte Yoga

What? A classic yoga studio that offers a series of classes with all the styles you know and love (Hot Vinyasa, stretch, meditation, and standard vinyasa).
What you get: New students have a $30, 30 day unlimited deal. From there, there are class passes along with membership packages that are monthly ($119/ month for a minimum of 6 months), a single month for $169, or yearly ($1299). Details.

Find them at South End (1430 Winnifred Street) or Park Road (1730 E. Woodlawn Road, Ste E) or connect on Facebook and Instagram.


CORE704

What? A studio that will kick your booty with intensified pilates, yoga and cardio. They use a resistance based CoreFormer machine for low impact, high intensity workouts.
What you get: New clients can either get a $30, 3 class set or a $99 unlimited month’s worth of classes. There are class packages, starting at $69 for 3 classes, unlimited class options, starting at $220/ month, and  auto-pay monthly renewals. Details.

Find them in NoDa (2902 North Davidson Street) or the coming soon location in Southend (2729 South Boulevard) or connect on Facebook and Instagram.


Corepower Yoga 

What?
What you get: Before its opening in Midtown, there is a promotion to purchase unlimited yoga for 25% off the original price. Sounds like a solid deal. You can also receive a week free as a new member to Corepower. There are also class packages available for purchase. Details.

Find them on January 18th in Midtown (209 S Kings Drive Suite 203) or connect on Facebook and Instagram.


Crossfit Charlotte 

What? One of the top athletic facilities, offering several fitness programs to help you reach your elite fitness goals. This style of training is exploding in popularity, so make sure to check it out!
What you get: When you sign up for your first month of classes, you will receive 6 fundamental classes for free to understand the basics. There is also a program known as “The New Challenge”, a six week, $300 program that includes nutritional education and body composition. Email andy@crossfitcharlotte.com for deets. Details

Find them off Sardis Road (9535 Monroe Road, #100) or connect on Facebook and Instagram.


CYCLEBAR

What? Premium indoor cycling classes led by qualified instructors to make your workouts fun again. A high intensity workout that is meant for all levels of cyclers, including beginners.
What you get: New riders can feel it out with a $99 unlimited ride for a month package. For those looking for a flexible schedule, there are 5, 10, and 20 packs of rides. For regular riders, there are monthly auto renewals. Details.

Find them in Midtown (339 South King Drive) and Waverly (7315 Waverly Walk Avenue) or connect on Facebook and Instagram


CycleSouth

What? A boutique cycle studio with spin classes that are exciting, challenging, and therapeutic.
What you get: Buy 1, get one offer for $23 and a month unlimited of unlimited classes for $99. There is also a New Year, New Rider promo that costs $29 for 3 classes and several $10 class options for the first month of the year. Details.

Find them Uptown (401 North Tryon Street) or connect on Facebook and Instagram.


East Coast Fighter

What? A martial arts and fitness studio that offers traditional Muay Thai and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, along with fitness classes with a martial arts background, including fitness kickboxing.
What you get: For newbies, there is a week of classes offered for free. For more information about pricing, register for a membership here.

Find them in SouthEnd (4311 South Boulevard Ste A) or connect on Instagram.


F45

What? F45 is opening its first location in Charlotte in Midtown and is known for its innovative and challenging workouts that leave students out of breath.
What you get: One week completely free. Sign up here.

Find them in Midtown (500 E. Morehead Street) or connect on Facebook and Instagram.


First Wind Cycling

What? This studio offers cycle classes, barre, and a strength training group classes. A local, funky vibe for a fun and unique style of workout.
What you get: The new client special includes 30 days unlimited for $30. Annual memberships bought before January 15 are on sale for $1320 for an entire year and $720 for half a year. Details.

Find them in SouthEnd (1930 Camden Road #120) or connect on Facebook and Instagram.


Flywheel

What? The classic spin classes everyone has been talking about. Get your booty kicked in this fun (and sweaty) experience.
What you get: Introductory offers include a free first class special and 3 classes for $60. There are class packages ranging from $135 for 5 classes to $500 for 20 classes, along with monthly membership offers. Details.

Find them on Providence Road (2907 Providence Rd. Suites 103 & 104) or connect on Facebook and Instagram.


Hilliard Studio Method

What? A strengthening, lengthening, total body workout that utilizes a variety of tools and movements to create nothing less than a body transformation.
What you get: New clients can purchase a 10 pack of classes for $99. It costs $300 for unlimited monthly access, and there are several monthly packages available for purchase. Details. And for the first time ever, HSM is offering a first week free with the purchase of a new client package in the month of January. That means you purchase a 10-class package for $99 (new client special), and you receive a first week of classes for free — you could get up to 7 free classes (if you go every day). 

Find them off Providence Road (516 Fenton Place) or connect on Facebook and Instagram.


Iron Butterfly Pilates

What? A personal, specialized pilates studio. There are group centered classes, along with individual sessions for newbies or those wanting a one on one experience with a trainer. They also offer physical therapy sessions.
What you get: They offer a newbie package that includes $180 for 3 private sessions, which is required before joining in on the group classes. After the initial classes, members can then join in on the $35 single class or packages of 5, 10, or 20 classes. Details.

Find them in SouthEnd (2108 South Boulevard | Atherton Lofts #202) or connect on Facebook and Instagram.


Jamie Scott Fitness

What? A boutique style fitness center that offers group fitness classes, personal training, and nutrition services.
What you get: First time class offered for free. The JSF Health and Wellness Bundle costs $299, which includes an initial 30 minute consultation, a 30 minute assessment, two group personal training sessions, two recovery sessions and 2-month unlimited membership. Details.

Find them at SouthEnd (200 West Tremont Avenue #103), or connect on Facebook and Instagram.


Kinetic Heights

What? A rock climbing center that not only offers crazy courses to climb, it also offers intense circuit training, obstacle course training sessions and yoga.
What you get: Memberships offered include an Unlimited Membership (access to everything) for $99/ month, and Individual Open Play/ Open Gym membership for only $69/month. Details.

Find them in the Providence Square Shopping Center (5664 International Drive) or connect on Facebook and Instagram.


MADabolic

What? Interval training designed to promote lean, athletic muscle and destroy body fat.
What you get: 10 days for $10. Unlimited classes. Sounds good to me.

Find them in South End (2610 South Blvd) or connect on Facebook and Instagram.


NoDa Yoga

What? This studio offers upbeat styles of yoga with a variety of classes that range from just your average Vinyasa to Gentle and Restorative yoga.
What you get: 30 days of unlimited yoga for $35. Sign up here. Singular walk ins cost $18, and there are several class bundles and membership options after the initial month. Details.

Find them in NoDa (3201 North Davidson Street-Suite B) or connect on Facebook and Instagram.


Rockbox Fitness

What? A high-energy kickboxing studio that is meant to challenge you physically in an exciting group setting.
What you get:Before becoming a member, you can start with a free class to check it out and make sure it’s right for you. Also a 14 kick-start program for $89 that includes body assessment and nutrition. After that, there are endless options for memberships. Details.

Find them off Wilkinson Boulevard (2130 Wilkinson Blvd) or connect on Facebook and Instagram.


Urban MVMNT

What? This studio has kick-butt workouts, a coffee shop, and wifi-lounge. What more could you ask for?
What you get: 7 day pretrial to test it out for free. There is also a $400, 45 Jump Start Pack for new clients interested in more of a commitment including a 60-minute initial consult and preview workout, three 1-hour private coaching sessions, and 45 days of unlimited group classes.

Find them at 255 Clanton Rd or connect on Facebook and Instagram.


Y2 Yoga

What? A yoga studio with signature power yoga classes at a high energy pace, along with a large range of classes such as deep stretch.
What you get: The new student special includes 3 weeks for $39 or 6 weeks for $69.

Find them in Cotswald (274 S. Sharon Amity Rd.) or connect on Facebook and Instagram.


Yoga One

What? Hot yoga classes designed for a vigorous workout combined with effective mental training.
What you get: 31 days of unlimited access to classes for only $35. They recommend the “Take 10” challenge, which includes taking 10 classes in 30 days to see your body and mind transform. Details. From there, it costs $117/ month or $340 for 3 months.

Find them in Dilworth (2230 Park Road) and off Central (1318 Central Avenue D2) or connect on Facebook and Instagram.

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