Exercise has become very important for everyone to maintain good health and well being. There are several fantastic athletic clubs to choose from in downtown Miami.
Downtown Athletic Club began in 1984 and stands out as a great gym, fitness studio and health club in today’s market. Many of their original members are coming every day to exercise with them. Their group instructors, trainers and staff are caring and friendly and some of the best in town. They are a club for everyone and welcome you to be a part of their family. What you wear or what you drive is not important. It’s all about you and improving your health. The amenities in their 35,000 square foot club include an expansive free weight center, indoor 28’ natural surface rock wall, cardio cinema featuring new Life Fitness cardio equipment, indoor squash court, indoor basketball court year round leagues, boxing studio, executive locker rooms with steam, sauna, showers, towel service with rental lockers available, a spinning studio with 25 Schwinn bikes, mind and body studio, Sport Fit physical therapy clinic located on site, main group class studio with over 40 classes weekly and free parking for 2 ½ hours per visit for all members. They are open seven days a week for your convenience.
Cross Fit Downtown Miami features 8,000 square feet of training space, dressing rooms, private showers and on site gated free parking. This strength and conditioning program is managed by certified Cross Fit trainer Eddie Artze one of the pioneers of Cross Fit in South Florida. The workouts are short thirty minutes or less but at high intensity and tap into all three metabolic pathways. Workouts are different every day and you will not see the same routine for two to three months. They combine movements in numerous combinations to form “Workouts of the Day” that consist of sprinting, rowing, rope climbing, jumping rope, weightlifting, flipping tires, carrying heavy objects, and many body weight exercises. The equipment they use are dumbbells, barbells, pull-up-bars, gymnastic rings, kettlebells, boxes for box jumps and medicine balls.