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If you're looking to get fit, few gyms will serve you as well as CrossFit Portland, which has a range of facilities to help you achieve your goal. Apart from personal training, weight lifting and helping you optimize your nutritional intake, this gym organizes classes and mini-clinics on such things as running; an activity that is fundamental to fitness and is yet something most people avoid. Keeping in mind busy schedules, the gym also features a child care center where you're kids can play while you workout.
Firebrand Sports is the brainchild of John, Linda and Sara Stimac. Set in a converted 1937 industrial garage, it is a distinct boutique gym that will wow you with its aesthetics and facilities. Their cozy lobby with a fireplace, couches and retail space is a nice place to hangout before or after your classes. Each studio is different from the other in terms of the decor while all have high ceilings and a touch of industrial design. Get set for the Pyrolates workout pioneered by Lagree Fitness in their large studio. It is the only one in the city. Or try their own Firebarre which is inspired by ballet warm-ups. This studio is decked with LED lights and gives a club effect. They also have a candlelit zone for stationary cycling. No wonder this gym is among the best in the town to get and stay fit.
Whether you're a fitness fanatic or just getting started on the journey to total fitness, 24 Hour Fitness has what you need. Situated in Downtown Portland, this gym is a complete health facility; top-of-the-line cardiovascular equipment, personal training, indoor lap pool, group fitness classes, steam room, sauna and more is at your disposal. If you're worried about where to leave your little ones while you work out, the gym has that covered too; the Kids' Club keeps them fully occupied while you shed those extra pounds.
An independent gym that makes for a pleasant change from the many chains that dominate the city's fitness scene, Lloyd Athletic Club has been satisfying fitness enthusiasts since 1978. No matter what your body type or fitness goals, you will find the facilities to be more than satisfactory. You can sign up for personal training if you feel you require individual attention; if group workouts seem more appealing, you could enroll for classes like zumba, yoga, cardio-boxing and even hip hop. Seven racquetball courts, massage therapy, saunas and steam rooms are just a few of the varied facilities also on offer.