5 Fitness Programs to Try in 2017

If one of your goals for 2016 is to be healthy or to get-in-shape, we’ve put together a list places that will help jump-start your new year’s fitness resolutions. From cycling to group fitness, there is something for everyone on this list.

CycleBar Franklin 
9040 Carothers Parkway, Franklin
(615) 784-8902

Unlike other indoor cycling classes, at CycleBar, you will experience an invigorating playlist, see where you rank with other riders and burn calories. Now until January 2, free rides are available, sign-up here. 

Pure Barre 
330 Franklin Rd 137
(615) 278-8991

In 55 minutes, you will receive a full-body workout concentrating on the area most women struggle with- hips, thighs, abdominals, and arms. They offer classes for every schedule from early in the morning to evening classes. Visit their Facebook page for more information.

Steel Athletes
1725 Carothers Parkway
(931) 215-5633

At Steel Athletes, they are offering a 10-week program with nutritional meals plans, group training five days a week with results in just 10 weeks. Your progress will be monitored. Class time options include: 5:40 am, 8:40 am and 6pm.  Sign up for five -week or ten-week program for a cost of $165 or $299. To learn more about the program email [email protected] or visit their Facebook page.

Williamson County Recreation Center

Locations in Brentwood, Franklin, Fairview, Nolensville, and Spring Hill

The standard rate for Williamson County residents is just $4.00 a day which gives you access to the facility where you can use the exercise equipment. For a premium rate of $8.00 a day, you can also attend any of the group fitness classes. Those over the age of 55 have a standard rate of $2.00 and $4.00 a day for the premium rate.

Any Williamson County resident will receive the resident rate fee(s). Proof of residency may be required including voter registration card or property tax receipt. For the Longview Recreation Center at Spring Hill, resident rate fees will also be offered to those that reside within the City Limits of Spring Hill. All residents of the City of Spring Hill will be verified by address and service connection to the Water Department for the City of Spring Hill. Visit the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Facebook page for more information.

Title Boxing Club 
1550 W McEwen, Franklin
(615) 807-1341

Boxing is a total body workout that delivers results minus the combat. Your first class is always free and you can workout with former “Bachelor” contestant/owner-James Fuertes. Sign-up online for classes that range from morning to evening.

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