Fitness Roundup


Is your exercise routine starting to get, well, too routine? Check out these studios and get ready to book a class and break a sweat!

Photo courtesy of @barrysbootcamp

Photo courtesy of @barrysbootcamp

Feel the beat as you ride to the rhythm during a class at SoulCycle. The high-intensity indoor cycling studio has two locations - Memorial and River Oaks - to enjoy a powerful, candlelit ride with an inspiring instructor and epic playlist. You are sure to feel like you are on your favorite dance floor - minus the heels.

If you are looking to revolutionize your fitness experience, try Revolution Studio. The three Houston area locations offer both cycling and yoga classes designed to complement each other and can be taken on their own or back-to-back. It has never been easier to hustle and flow.

DEFINE body & mind is the perfect choice for those who get bored easily with their workout routine. The Houston-based franchise has six locations for you to choose from with a variety of classes including barre, cycling and yoga. Looking to jump into something new? Try one of their bounce classes, a high-energy, fat-burning cardio class utilizing trampolines.

Fans of full-body workouts will not be disappointed at Orangetheory Fitness. The science-backed, technology-tracked, coach-inspired group workout was designed to produce results and burn calories even after your workout is finished. The catch? Spend at least 12 minutes in the “Orange Zone,” your heart rate at 84 to 91 percent of your maximum unique heart rate. The heart pumping workout goes beyond weight loss and aids in slowing cellular decline as we age - talk about double duty!

A favorite amongst celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Jessica Alba, Barry’s Bootcamp announced their first Houston location to open this summer in River Oaks. The combination of cardio and weight training can help you burn up to 1,000 calories a class. Set to high-energy beats in their signature red room, the efficient workout never has the same routine meaning you never get bored.