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Get your sweat on at gyms around Portland

From lifting weights, indoor rock climbing, personal training, dance fitness, boxing classes, and martial arts programs — we’ve rounded up 25+ gyms and fitness offerings around Portland.

A full class of cyclers get a sweat on at Revel Indoor Cycling. The room is dark and illuminated by a purple and teal light.

Revel Indoor Cycling’s 45-minute classes are free from distraction, so you can focus on pushing yourself.

Exercising doesn’t look the same for everyone — what’s fun and muscle-building for one person may be a slog for someone else.

Fortunately, Portland is home to many opportunities for exercise, whether you enjoy lifting weights, dancing to hip-hop tunes for a little cardio action, or boxing for a full-body workout. Use this guide as a resource for all things fitness in the City of Roses.

Pro tip: Not sure which to try first? Try out multiple gyms with a free trial on ClassPass.

For those who pedal to the metal

Revel Indoor Cycling, 585 SE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Portland
This women-owned studio creates an inclusive space for a full-body workout by “celebrating the power of movement, music and connection.” An unlimited membership costs $170/month and requires a three month commitment.

StarCycle Portland, 4133 N. Williams Ave., Portland
Clip in with Look Delta compatible shoes (you can rent if you don’t own any) to take on sequences ranging from climbs, sprints, side-to-sides, and upper body work as you ride toward your fitness goals. The studio also offers childcare ($7 drop-in, $65 for 10 sessions), giving you extra flexibility with fitting classes into your schedule. Deal: For a limited time, buy 10 classes and get two free ($250).

TEMPO Cycling & Pilates Studio, 1623 SE 12th Ave., Portland
The focus here is personalized coaching for elite athletes, recreational cyclists, and people recovering from injury or illness, using interval-based training to achieve data-driven results. With five bikes, small group and individual classes are available, with Zoom classes offered for cycling and Pilates too.

Industrial Barre + Ride, 1911 NE Broadway, Portland
Forge strength and build resilience at this two-pronged gym, whether you’re interested in strengthening your core and improving posture or cardio.Deal: Get an unlimited subscription (includes in-person, live stream, and on-demand video classes) for $75 the first month, and $179/month after.

BurnCycle Indoor Cycling, 910 NW 10th Ave., Portland
To feel the burn it takes a few simple steps: Create an account, load up on class credits, and reserve your bike. You won’t want to miss out on the positive vibe.

For those looking for flexibility + variety

Lloyd Athletic Club, 815 NE Halsey St., Portland
You’ll have options aplenty at “Portland’s Best Gym,” from free weights and machines to yoga classes and racquetball. Free one-day passes are available to first-time visitors, and your first personal training session is also on the house.

Hollywood Fitness, 5223 NE Sandy Blvd., Portland
Locally owned and staffed 24 hours a day, this gym offers memberships for $19.99 a month with no long-term contracts. Take advantage of classes and group training to reach your goals.

Lifetime, 600 SW 116th Ave., Beaverton
You may never want to leave this luxury health club and fitness center, and thanks to the Kids Academy and Lifetime Work, you can certainly maximize your time on-site. Amenities are almost too numerous to list — pickleball, spa, indoor/outdoor pools, and hydromassage chairs, to name just a few. Book a complimentary tour to take it all in.

For those who enjoy working out alongside others

PDXStrength, 8835 N. Bradford St., Portland
This tightly-knit community gym offers a wide range of classes, from group strength and conditioning to “butt and gutt” sessions and even seasonal offerings like stand-up paddleboard fitness.

barre3, nine locations in Portland metro
From opening the first studio in Portland in 2008 to growing to 185+ studios around the world, co-founder and CEO Sadie Lincoln has made sure that every location is a place to be mindful and find balance, where you can walk away empowered. Tailor your routine with four class types and additional wellness tools. Deal: Try 14 days of online workouts free with any subscription.

Mittleman Jewish Community Center, 6651 SW Capitol Hwy., Portland
People of all faiths are welcome to become a member and use the fitness center, pool, and take group classes.

Every Body Athletics, classes in Beaverton, Tigard, Portland, Hillsboro, and Lake Oswego
For seven years, this nonprofits has offered group exercise classes for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, in-person and online. Fees are charged on a weekly basis (with a $30 registration cost), but scholarships are available.

A climber makes their way up an indoor rock wall at Movement in Portland, Oregon.

Movement has 30,500 sqft of climbing.

Photo by @michaelfoosh, climbing by @connormcarroll

For those who climb toward their fitness goals

Movement Portland, 1405 NW 14th Ave., Portland
Take an intro to rope class to get moving in the right direction safely. Walltopia wall designs reach 50 ft high with 200 routes and 18 cracks to test your grip.

Portland Rock Gym, 21 NE 12th Ave., Portland
For more than 30 years, this gym has been sharing the joy of the climb with Portlanders. Youth programs and parties are also available. Bonus: The new Beaverton location is the largest climbing facility in the country by footprint at 64,000 sqft.

Skyhook Bouldering, 2436 SE 12th Ave., Portland
That is a nice boulder (gym). When it opens May 11, this facility will offer members 24/7 access to world-class terrain routes and a traditional fitness center (weights and cardio machines).

The Circuit Bouldering Gym, 6050 S. Macadam Ave., Portland
With two locations in the city — the other is at 410 NE 17 Ave. — and one in Tigard, The Circuit provides plenty of chances to clear your head and rise above the stresses of life. Deal: Every Wednesday night after 4 p.m., first-timers can get 50% off on a day pass (normally $22).

For those who want one-on-one training

Foster Fitness Center, 5623 SE Center St., Portland
The trainers at this neighborhood gym will help you get in the best shape possible, keeping an eye out for proper form as you work through a customized workout plan. Deal: Get six free personal training sessions with a six month membership ($200).

Ironside Training, 935 SE Ankeny St., Portland
Iron sharpens iron and trainers will certainly test you with an athlete mindset. Powerlifters, Olympic weightlifters, or those intent on general strength training will be paired with a partner specially suited to their goals.

Lone Fir Fitness, 2839 SE Stark St., Portland
Trainers will utilize their diverse tools to help you during one-on-one work, while developing a fitness plan to move you forward.

For those who want to punch up their fitness routine

Portland City Boxing, 3228 SE 21st Ave., Portland
Dodge and jab on 20 heavy bags, spar in the ring, or work the speed bag at this premier boxing facility in town. Kickboxing will get your heart rate up and there are also self-paced circuits to try.

McConnell’s Boxing Academy, 707 NE Broadway, Ste. 201, Portland
All skill and fitness levels are welcome to this gym, owned and operated by two-time world champion Molly “Fearless” McConnell, where the curriculum is designed to be less intimidating and comprehensive.

Swing State Boxing Club, 1969 NE 42nd Ave., Portland
Find your boxing BFF at this studio located on the lower level of Vive Fitness. Build the stamina to go 12 rounds and the strength to go for the knockout with an array of classes.

North Portland Martial Arts, 728 N. Alberta St., Portland
Hone your mind, body, and spirit as you learn the techniques of striking, clinching, and ground fighting to improve your self-defense and fitness. Classes are available for kids, teens, and adults at this family-owned gym.

Quantum Martial Arts, 2940 SE Belmont St., Portland
Tap into your potential with this growing nonprofit, which creates a non-competitive learning experience that blends several martial arts. Schedule an introductory class to join for a free two-week trial period.

People are dancing at Pulse PDX, a dancing fitness studio in Portland.

PulsePDX offers a cardio workout with a nightclub dancing vibe.

For those who want to dance it out

PulsePDX, 3602 NE Sandy Blvd., Portland
It’s workout on the dance floor, so you better let your body move. Catch a class for your rhythm, from spicy strength to WERQ and POP Pilates.

Rose City Studio, 1420 NW 17th Ave., Portland
Private lessons and social events are hosted in two spaces, the 375-sqft studio and spacious 2,400-sqft ballroom. Make new friends in Zumba and get the hang of the choreography at Dre’s Fit Dance.

Formation Studios, 3703 SE Cesar E. Chavez Blvd., Portland
Variety is the spice of life for these drop-in classes, whether you step to 90s throwback hip-hop or beginner street jazz.

BodyVox, 1201 NW 17th Ave., Portland
Amateurs and professionals are invited to gain instruction in multidisciplinary dance styles, including ballet, contemporary, modern, and improvisation. Download the Mindbody app to explore and book classes.

Vega Dance+Lab, 1322 SE Water Ave., Portland
Challenge yourself through the movement of dance. Under the tutelage of natural teachers, you can get out of your comfort zone in a friendly environment. Options range from Tease & Tone to BurlyQ.

For those eager to try something new

Revolution Parkour, 5651 SW Arctic Dr., Beaverton
Engage your inner kid and get a sweat going as you tackle obstacles, cultivating your perception, confidence, self-awareness, and the ability to overcome fear. Full-day summer camps are offered for ages 5-18. Bonus: There’s a Gresham location for folks on the east side.

Afterglow Aerial Arts, 1829 NE Alberta St., Ste. 11, Portland
Soar to new heights (literally) as you learn the techniques to excel in the air on silks, trapeze, slings, and more. Practice will build strength and flexibility while instilling a sense of freedom from the norm.

Gear up

Don’t forget to set your movement adventure up for success with tried-and-true gym favorites.

Owala FreeSip water bottle | Stay hydrated at the gym with a beloved stainless steel bottle — you can get it as large as 40 oz. for max hydration.

Baleaf women’s fleece-lined leggings | Make facing workouts on chilly mornings easier with fleece-lined leggings — plus, choose how many pockets you want on them.

Silicone ear tips for AirPods | Earbuds will slip out at the gym no more thanks to simple silicone ear tips that keep AirPods in place.

Aesthetic Built scuba oversized half-zip hoodie | A roomy, soft sweatshirt with thumbholes and a kangaroo pocket.

Aesthetic Built perfect muscle scallop tee | This men’s tee was made to accentuate biceps, chest, and shoulders.

HOKA Women’s Clifton 9 Sneaker | Set your cardio workouts up for success with a sneaker designed to increase foot comfort and absorb the shock of high-impact exercise.

Heathyoga non-slip body alignment yoga mat | Beginners and advanced yoga students alike will love the alignment lines on this mat to take your form to the next level.

CRZ Butterluxe high-waisted leggings | These buttery-soft leggings feature gentle compression and are considered a Lululemon alternative by reviewers.

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