8 Alternative workout spots for spring

A rock climbing wall in a climbing gym.

Don’t look down. | Photo by the LEXtoday Team

If you’re like us, simply pumping iron isn’t always the most fun way to get in shape. That’s why we’re bringing you a few fun, fresh alternative fitness options to try out around Lexington.

But also, if you’re more interested in fit’nis taco in your mouth, that’s okay too. 🌮

Out of the ordinary

The Fly Witches Bungee, 252 Redwing Dr., Winchester | This bungee fitness studio offers fun, creative classes that will help you move like you’re on the moon.

LEF Climbing, 916 N. Broadway | Push yourself to new heights at this indoor rock climbing facility that features bouldering, auto-belays, top-roping + lead climbing.

Sora Aerial Arts, 261 Ruccio Way | While Sora offers an array of fitness classes, it’s best known for aerial silks courses available for both kiddos + adults.

Sky Zone Trampoline Park, 3644 Boston Rd. | No, this place isn’t just for the kids. Grab your family + friends for a private play experience where you can bounce into new fitness goals.

A different spin

Cyclebar, 4049 Finn Way | Bop to the beat at a low-intensity spin class where you can choose from different music genres for whatever vibe you’re feeling.

Pro tip: If you haven’t tried this place yet, your first ride is free.

CycleYOU, 165 Midland Avenue | Best known for its cycling classes, CycleYOU also offers kickboxing, strength, yoga, barre + even an infrared sauna.

Yoga with a twist

Wildfire Yoga, 833 National Ave. | if you’re looking in testing to test the waters of hot yoga, this is the place for you.

Sterling Hot Yoga, 185 Pasadena Dr., Ste. 140 | Sterling features hot yoga classes, but also teaches hot pilates + its signature hot strength class “Sterling 60.”

Calorie killers

Club Pilates, 148 Malabu Dr., Ste. 170 | While this studio offers several types of classes, we suggest getting your shake on with its Pilates courses.

LiveWELL, 333 E. Main St. Ste. 185 | If you’re serious about your athletic career, this training facility can help student-athletes hone their skills in different sports.

Lex Method, 867 E. High St., Ste. 250 | This multi-functional studio combines barre with cardio + strength for an engaging way to sweat.

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