Starting a new fitness endeavor this January? EaDo’s got your back (plus arms, legs and core). Check out the following options for working out in EaDo:
This former warehouse has been decked out with equipment and offers an open gym experience as well as spin classes and yoga classes for a reasonable monthly membership.
This under-the-radar gym has great Yelp reviews and offers boot camps, personal training, and yoga. Draws for most reviewers were small class sizes and quality of personal trainers.
The 10-foot-wide, paved trail is lined with native trees, is lighted for nighttime use and has many benches along its route, creating an inviting greenway through parts of EaDo. The trail offers spectacular views of Houston’s skyline for walkers, joggers and bikers and ends near St. Charles Street.
Situated on the I-45 northbound feeder, you can’t miss EaDo Fitness thanks to its south-facing full-wall mural. Gym goers can expect crossfit-style workouts and classes, as well as individually-tailored training and nutrition coaching.
Small class sizes, patient and knowledgeable trainers and a supportive atmosphere define this gym that offers fitness classes, personal training, nutrition counseling, obstacle courses, and combat classes.
Through a mixture of bootcamps, open gym and workshops, nonameFIT hopes to encourage healthy lifestyles for EaDo locals with a focus on community building through fitness.
Billed as “20,000 square feet of exercise freedom,” Studio Fitness EaDo offers machines, free weights and Crossfit equipment for those who value variety in their workouts. They also offer a full schedule of classes including barre, HIIT and cycling.