Find fitness inspiration at one of these high-energy, in-person workout classes.
A yoga class at Wheel House
This no-nonsense gym is owned by 1999 Golden Gloves champ Simon Redmond, who, alongside his crew of San Francisco’s top trainers, offers a variety of heart-pumping HIIT and boxing classes throughout the day that will push your body to the next level. To ensure maximum safety, Hit Fit SF now requires clients to make reservations. 1150 Sutter St.; 2345 Harrison St., San Francisco
Ubertrendy Bodyrok’s San Francisco locations host sweat-inducing classes for all skill levels. Expect Pilates-inspired, 40-minute “wkrouts,” and get ready to whip the entire body into shape. With electric, moody lighting throughout and killer playlists in each class, you’re guaranteed to become an instant Bodyrok fan. Multiple locations
Level up your workout in a spin class at Wheel House.
Add some variety to your training program with a class at Wheel House, where cycling, yoga, TRX and core training are all on the roster. A rotating schedule of themed workouts, like the 45-minute Flash Back Smart Rhythm ride featuring a playlist straight from the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s, keeps the energy high, no matter the class. Follow them on Instagram (@wheelhousesf) for the latest programming updates and announcements. 1 Embarcadero Center, San Francisco
At Project 13, community is key. Here, proclaiming it is “building better humans,” camaraderie is encouraged and holistic practices are essential. In the small-group training sessions, coaches guide clients through a range of exercises such as HIIT and upper- and lower-body strength training sessions. Celebrate your wellness wins alongside classmates and coaches at the monthly Project 13 happy hour, or one of its other clubs. 1440 Bush St., San Francisco
Rumble is eager to welcome clients back to the studio.
Rumble has very recently reopened the doors to its San Francisco studio, offering its highly praised and celeb-approved Rumble Boxing and Rumble Training programs to Bay Area residents once again. During a Boxing class, the group works through 45-minute, 10-round HIIT strength and conditioning exercises, making for a high-energy, full-body workout. As for the Training classes, expect a workout built on the same fundamental principles as Rumble Boxing, but with treadmills instead of boxing bags. 3060 Fillmore St., San Francisco
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