The Best Places to Get Fit in Seattle

Whether you ride your bike to work, hike through our parks on the weekend or never miss your 6 a.m. spin class, our city offers countless ways for athletes at any level to get up, get out and get in shape
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From our hundreds of miles of nature trails to innovative fitness studios that pop up around our region each month, it’s easy to see why Seattle is consistently ranked by the American College of Sports Medicine as one of the top 10 fittest cities in the country. Whether you ride your bike to work, hike through our parks on the weekend or never miss your 6 a.m. spin class, our city offers countless ways for athletes at any level to get up, get out and get in shape. Here are a few of our favorites. 


One-of-a-Kind Workouts
We’ve rounded up our favorite, out-of-the-box local flex, stretch and sweat sessions to help build any body

Where to Find Free Fitness Fun
Who needs a gym when free (and fun!) fitness activities abound? Grab a friend and get moving with these urban outings

Tips From Seattle's Top Trainers
Seattle’s top exercise instructors share their wisdom

Active Apparel and Accessories for the Gym
Active apparel that’s comfortable and supportive can help you maximize your workout. These gym bag essentials will have you looking and feeling your best

Belly Up: Breaking Down Seattle's Barre Scene
Belly up to one of Seattle’s many studios for this low-impact but intense core, leg and arm workout. We break down the differences between four city studios

Tips for Post-Workout Wellness and Recovery
How to avoid injury and recover from your workout

Keep Fit in Transit
A few suggestions to get you moving even when the traffic isn’t

Five Pros: Where They Work Out
Viewing the physical feats of Seattle’s professional athletes and performers on field and stage is awe-inspiring. Five pros share where they work out to stay in fighting form

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