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Top 10 fitness classes in Portland, OR

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Carson Mullins

Carson Mullins

New on Lessons
Offers online services
Serves Portland, OR
Welcome to Carson Mullins! Located in Sherwood, OR, I provide specialized football and personal training services tailored to your unique needs. I include the knowledge I have gained from playing college football to bring a focus on enhancing performance through personalized coaching, I am committed to helping you achieve your athletic goals. Whether you're aiming to improve your football skills or seeking overall fitness, my expertise ensures a training experience that is both effective and engaging. Join me to elevate your game and reach new heights in your fitness journey!
Samantha’s Personal Training

Samantha’s Personal Training

Offers online services
5 hires on Lessons
18+ years in business
Serves Portland, OR
Amorette F. says, "Samantha has changed my life! She messaged back within several min of enquiring. We had our first phone conversation within the hour. Her voice was friendly. From our first phone conversation I felt understood. She understood my fitness goals and the feeling behind needing to achieve it. We quickly scheduled and started our trainings through FaceTime. My posture and weights were corrected as needed. I’ve done 2 programs and each one was on point to reaching my specific goals at that time. I love that she can give a push and tough love when it is needed. Her experience in her own life trainings makes her a force you want to encounter. Her educational background and experience in her own trainings far exceeds anyone I have ever met. She is patient and determined to ensuring I reach my goals. I have grown to love my body and enjoy eating. I’ve enjoyed watching the change in my muscle tone! Ive gained muscle that is sculpted. I’ve lost inches and fat. The numbers prove it and I am told by family and friends how much I have changed. I have become a better hiker & runner because of Samantha! I’m excited to have started a 3rd program this week!" Read more
Kinetic Fitness NW

Kinetic Fitness NW

New on Lessons
Offers online services
7+ years in business
Serves Portland, OR
Certified personal trainer and boxing coach with over a decade of experience ! I read an afterschool boxing program over the years and now expanding my private training. -Black Belt in Karate -2nd Degree Black belt in Taekwondo -Blue Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu -Undefeated Amateur MMA, Boxing & Muay Thai -Professional Muay Thai Boxer

Your fitness questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Lessons.

How much do fitness classes cost near me?

The price of fitness classes varies significantly depending on the class type and the gym or studio. Prices for group classes at popular gyms and studios include:

  • Planet Fitness costs $10 to $25 per month and includes unlimited access to small group classes.
  • Anytime Fitness costs $43 to $50 per month and includes unlimited access to small group classes.
  • Orangetheory Fitness costs $15 to $20 per class or $179 per month for unlimited classes.
  • Pure Barre costs $17 to $25 per class or $199 per month for unlimited classes.
  • CrossFit costs $20 to $25 per drop-in class or $150 to $200 per monthfor unlimited classes.
  • Zumba costs $59 per month for unlimited classes or $10 to $25 per class.
  • YMCA membership costs $52 to $60 per month for one adult or $86 to $119 per month for a family and includes unlimited access to a wide variety of fitness classes.

How much do online fitness classes cost?

Online fitness classes cost $10 to $50 per month on average. The monthly subscription fee typically gives you unlimited access to prerecorded classes available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Some subscriptions, like Peloton, also include online access to interactive live-streamed classes.

Can I use my HSA to pay for fitness classes?

You can only use your Health Savings Account (HSA) to pay for fitness classes if your physician or nurse practitioner prescribes an exercise regimen for a specific medical condition.

Your physician must write a letter of medical necessity (LMN) confirming the classes are intended to treat or prevent a medical condition, and you must provide a copy of the letter to the IRS when filing your taxes. The LMN is typically good for one year from the date it's signed. However, your physician may recommend a shorter duration.

Does Planet Fitness or Anytime Fitness have group classes?

Yes, Planet Fitness and Anytime Fitness both offer group fitness classes led by certified personal trainers. Classes at both gyms are limited to small groups to allow the trainer to provide direct coaching as needed. Most franchise locations offer these classes 10 to 14 times per day, and members can attend unlimited classes.

What kind of fitness classes are available?

Group fitness classes are available in a wide variety of styles, making it easy to find one that best suits your needs. Popular class options include:

  • Cardio
  • Cycling / spinning
  • Dance
  • Kickboxing
  • Pilates
  • Yoga
  • CrossFit
  • Ballet / barre
  • Zumba
  • Water fitness
  • Strength training, including bodyweight workouts and weightlifting classes

How do I choose the best fitness class near me?

When choosing a fitness class, first decide on your goals for the class. Are you looking to improve your cardio health, strength, endurance, mobility, or all of the above? Once you have an idea of your goals in mind, follow these tips:

  • Check out the classes available in your area to see which style most appeals to you.
  • Ask for recommendations from friends, family, and your medical provider.
  • Read the class and instructor reviews on Lessons and Google.
  • Get a day pass or take a free trial class at the gym or studio.
  • Don't sign a monthly or annual contract until you've taken a free class.

What questions should I ask about fitness classes before joining?

When evaluating a gym or fitness studio, ask these questions to help you find the best fitness class for you:

  • What is the class schedule?
  • Do you charge by the class or by the month?
  • How many classes per month does the membership plan include?
  • Do you require members to subscribe for a minimum number of months or an annual plan?
  • Do you offer a free trial class or day pass?
  • Are your class instructors also certified personal trainers?
  • How many people are in a typical class?
  • Are there any rules about what to wear to the class?
  • Will I need to bring any equipment, like a yoga mat or towel?

Reviews for Portland fitness classes

Recent success stories from people in the Portland area.
Alison L.
Samantha is flexible and able to meet goals to fulfill pe requirements. My child enjoyed their sessions.
Samantha’s personal training
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