Everyone has their own personal fitness regimen, from intense and sweat-drenched to low-impact and long burning. Whether you're a ClassPass fanatic or yogi, boot camp fiend or boxer, Nashville is not lacking in options and variety when it comes to finding your fitness passion. In almost four years as a nearly native Nashvillian, I’ve had the chance to check out a variety of workouts, reporting back to my readers on nearlynativenashvillian.com. You can follow my explorations on Instagram at @nearlynative and on Twitter at @nearlynative_. Here are my favorite ways to break a sweat.
This cozy yoga studio brings the heat with a variety of hot yoga classes. Located in a lovely house off Music Row, Shakti makes sure to challenge but not intimidate your fitness regimen!
This ballet-centric studio is a high energy, low-impact, full body workout that will leave you with aching muscles you didn’t know existed long after the class is over.
Want an intense, interval-based workout that combines weight training and cardio with a club-style soundtrack? You'll find serious motivation to sweat at Barry's Bootcamp!
The personal trainers at The SET create customized healthy living programs that change as you do so your fitness routine will never flatline.
Float like a butterfly and sting like a bee with high-impact classes at Title Boxing Club. You can expect to perfect your right hook while also performing challenging moves that will tone your whole body.
Step outside your regular mat and weights comfort zone with the Lagree Fitness method. Utilizing the Megaformer machine, you'll build more muscle than you ever thought possible.
Beyond your typical spin classes, Krank offers a mix of weight training and heart-pumping cardio cycling to ensure that you feel your workout from head to toe.
Get seriously sweating without moving a muscle with the infrared sauna experience from The Sweat House. Make sure you bring some spare clothes!
Like long runs but hate doing them alone? Join East Nasty on one of their rotating Wednesday running routes. Attend once or train for your next marathon—they'll help you reach your running goals!