Fit 360 DC has been operational for over half a decade. According to their site, they offer “Outdoor and Indoor Classes… Personal Training… [and] Open Gym Access to patrons.” They are currently running the “#QuarantineComeback Personal Training Special.” This is a six week program aimed at shaking the quarantine jitters and getting back acclimated to gym life.
Looking for something that bypasses the “glitz and glam”? Elevate Interval Fitness is the place for you. They trim the fat in more ways than one, opting for a straight up traditional take on laying waste to your unhealthy habits. They offer “high quality coaching… a variety of quality programming… [and overall, it’s] a community you want to be a part of.”
Or, if you’re in the market for a fitness studio packed with versatility, there’s Equinox. They opt for a more diverse list of services; there’s something for everyone here. There menu includes “a spa, a boxing studio, studio pilates, a selection of about 100 classes per week, and classic gym amenities.”
The last addition to today’s D.C. gyms list is VIDA Fitness. VIDA has the distinction of operating multiple locations across the city. But if you want the full VIDA experience, you’ll want to visit their main site on U Street. It “features a smoothie bar, indoor endless pools, 100 cardio machines, and a hotel-style penthouse pool.” They also have dietary specialists on hand to help dial in your meal plan.