5 New Places to Workout in 2019

Did you make a resolution to exercise more and to become more fit? If so, we put together a list of new, local fitness studios that have recently opened (or will soon open) to help you reach your goal.

1. CrossFit Fairview

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Crossfit Fairview opened on January 1, 2019, located at 2339 Fairview Boulevard, Fairview.

Owned by locals Chris and Fawn Miller, Fawn grew up in Fairview where she was a cheerleader for the Yellow Jackets. The couple resides in Fairview with their 11-year-old son. CrossFit Fairvew will be offering group classes, one on one personal training sessions, and at the end of the day bringing the community together for a greater cause. For more information about Crossfit Fairview, visit their Facebook page.

2. Bad Wolf CrossFit Nolensville

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Nolensville residents will have a new place to workout in 2019. Bad Wolf CrossFit, at 2011 Johnson Industrial Blvd, is located in the back of the current Summit Gymnastics location and their goal is to open early January, said Bad Wolf CrossFit co-owner Ryan Gaffney. In addition to CrossFit, they will also offer a “Fast Fit” program and Krav Maga. Learn more here.

3. 360 Krav Maga Spring Hill

360 Krav Maga Spring Hill, owned by Brian Peters,was conducting classes at Winchester Commuity Center. In December, 360 Krav Maga opened its own studio space at 220 Town Center Parkway, Spring Hill. Classes offered include Fitness Kickboxing, Fitness Ground ‘n Pound Class, Kids Martial Arts, Adult Krav Maga, and Fight Lab/Kickboxing Class. Interested in Krav Maga? There’s a free intro class on Saturday, Jan. 5 at 12:30 – 2. Find more info here. 

4. CrossFit Goose Creek

CrossFit Goose Creek, located at 4001 Hughes Court, Franklin is owned by Adam Gray, a CrossFit Level 2 Trainer who began doing CrossFit workouts in 2012. The first day of classes began on Jan. 2. Currently, they are offering free one-on-one session along with a free 3D body scan. Learn more here. 

5. Manduu Brentwood

Manduu opened its first Nashville-area location last July 2017. Few people in America were familiar with the concept of electrical muscle stimulation (EMS), an ultra-low-impact strength fitness program that compresses a comprehensive, full-body workout into just 15 minutes. Now the demand at the Cool Springs location has prompted owner Jason Ritzen to open a second studio, in Hill Center Brentwood. 

Opening in spring 2018, the second location offers a quick workout requiring only 15 minutes replacing six to eight hours of time spent in a traditional gym, and progress is tracked and analyzed through a state-of-the-art precision body composition scan prior to each session. Your first session is free, learn more here. 

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