The Dallas workout scene has always been hot, however, it seems like people are having more fun with their workout now than ever before. And while the SoulCycle bikes and the treadmills at Equinox will always be full, a new crop of classes are attracting people in search of a serious sweat sesh. No matter the method, we’ve got you covered.
These Are the 8 Hottest Workouts in Dallas Right Now
- Best Variety
This boutique studio, with two locations in Dallas, is for the person who doesn’t want to be boxed in to one type of workout. Because whether you are in the mood for cycling, rowing, free weight sculpting or a good ole’ tread mill cardio workout, you’ll get a little bit of it all here. The studio features a full schedule of classes taught by energetic fitness instructors, and while we don’t like to pick favorites, we definitely think the sculpt classes with Jasmine and Paige are top notch. Grab a new client special that includes four classes for $49.
6116 Luther Lane, 214-987-1109 (Preston Center) or 2801 N. Central Expy #200, 214-238-2377 (West Village)
- Best for Stress Relief
This group fitness class takes daring Dallasites through three rounds of boxing with strength and core work mixed in throughout. The workout is fun, the workout is fierce, and most importantly, the workout is efficient. Get ready to sweat. You can rent gloves and buy quick wraps at the studio or bring your own. Try a class for just $20.
3516 Ross Avenue, 214-295-3155
- Best for Flexibility
Owner Wade Lewis is all about meeting you where you are. Literally. He can and will train you whenever and wherever you are at the time of needing to get a good workout in. This sweat specialist has been a God-send for everyone from moms who want to squeeze in a quick workout during nap time to start up CEOS who want some accountability to move their body in between Zooms. Signing up for session with Lewis also allows for you to have private access to vetted massage therapists, custom meal prep plans, and private dining experiences. Because after all, being fit is a lifestyle.
- Best for Working Out with Your Besties
Want the tools to feel strong and confident in your own body? Work out with owner Taylor Welch who guides gals through a workout she describes as having hormonal-friendly cardio plus cortisol-lowering slow and controlled toning. Her sleek Dallas Design District studio is the perfect spot to get glowing from the inside out with your girl gang. These women-only classes are 50 minutes and cost $30. Not able to make it in? Eve by Taylor also offers workouts via Zoom for $15.
136 Glass St. Suite 120
- Best for Yogis
It’s getting hot in here, and that’s the way we like it! Lovers of hot yoga and sculpt classes cannot get enough of this workout that promises to make you sweat out the negative energy and absorb the positive vibes. There are a variety of classes (power sculpt, power Vinyāsa, inferno hit, inferno flow) catering all fitness levels, however, the mood in the studio is definitely one of ultimate respect for a yoga based fitness experience. To get started, drop in for $32 or buy a three pack of classes for $65.
4514 Travis Street, Suite 201
- Best for Music Lovers
Does a good playlist make or break your workout? We can relate (we once walked out of a spin class that started the workout with Nickelback). Music is the heart of soul of this workout that started as a hot Pilates studio and evolved into much more than that. The room is heated to 90 degrees and moving to the beat of the music will almost make you forget you are working out. It’s that fun. Need to target a certain area? The hot arms, abs + assets class is a must try. Drop in classes are $30 and a 10-class packages is $250.
8061 Walnut Hill Ln #914 (The Hill) or 3105 Reagan Street (Uptown)
- Best for Those Who Like to See and Be Seen
What started as a pop up of a curated collection of coveted workout brands, evolved into a permanent storefront that hosts some of the most exciting classes in town. And while the schedule isn’t set, keeping a close eye on Sette Collective’s social media is a sure way to snag a spot at these classes taught by guest coaches. Our favorite? Anything with Lauren Purvis of Solo Body. Feel. The. Burn. Then shop for fire fitness attire after. It’s definitely a win win. Prices of guest coach classes vary.
4438 McKinney Avenue Suite 200
- Best for Tennis Lovers
Last but definitely not least, this new tennis workout has taken East Dallas and beyond by storm. It’s 50 percent hit and 50 percent tennis, resulting in no standing around. This class accommodates all tennis levels and the only requirement is for you to bring a racquet and a mat. (And even if you don’t have that, you can rent them at the pro shop if needed.) The first class is only $15 and guaranteed to be your new addiction. All classes are located at the Samuell Grand Tennis Center.
6220 E Grand Avenue