Get your sweat on at these gyms around Lakeland

From lifting weights and personal training to dance fitness and spin classes — we’ve rounded up 25+ gyms and fitness offerings around Swan City.

Yoga event in Lakeland

Whether you’re into group classes or need a personal approach, there’s a gym for you.

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Exercising doesn’t look the same for everyone — and it’s always fun to switch up your Lake Hollingsworth runs to try something new.

Fortunately, Lakeland is home to many opportunities for exercise, whether you enjoy lifting weights, taking a ride in a spin class, or stretching your limits with a yoga class. Use this guide as a resource for all things fitness in Swan City.

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

A group of exercisers poses after a spin class with a sign that says "Just tripped at CYCLEdelic."

Sweat it out with your fitness friends.

Photo by CYCLEdelic’s Private Rides Team

For those who enjoy working out alongside others

Balance Culture, 1037 S. Florida Ave., Ste. 125

This women’s studio features group fitness classes, including barre, pilates, cross training, yoga, and more. Book a single class or opt for a yearlong membership — your first class is $12.

Club Pilates, 4747 S. Florida Ave.

Get a full body workout as you progress through each level of mastery. Start with an intro to form, then add in cardio and control classes as you get more comfortable.

CrossFit OCI, 1248 George Jenkins Blvd.

Join a high-intensity group workout to get your whole body moving or visit during open gym time to go at your own pace. Saturdays at 9 a.m., join a free community class to get to know the space.

CYCLEdelic, 3505 Cleveland Heights Blvd.

Take a high-energy spin class set to great music at this indoor cycling concourse. Hop on your bike for a power half-hour or opt for a 50-minute guided ride, then preorder a smoothie to enjoy after class. Pro tip: You can also schedule private group rides for five to 30 people.

Lakeland Group Fitness, 4688 Cleveland Heights Blvd.

Take a group functional fitness class that includes warmups, strength training, and corrective exercise. You can also join your fellow gym members in a weekly yoga class on Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.

Pure Barre, 1314 E. Town Center Dr., Ste. 102

Experience low-impact, high-intensity workouts at the ballet barre led by professional instructors that guide you in toning your body. Take a free intro class before trying different class formats to build strength or flexibility.

Personal trainer and weight lifter at Lakeland Athletic Club

Get guidance to meet your goals with a personal training session.

Photo via @lkldathleticclub

For those who want one-on-one training

Lakeland Athletic Club, 2295 Commerce Point Dr., Ste. 180

For a more customized approach, check out this club’s personal training and nutrition coaching. When you want to change it up, it also offers a variety of group classes, from high-intensity interval training (HIIT) to CrossFit.

LifeFit Personal Training Studio, 1627 E. Edgewood Dr.

LifeFit has a comprehensive selection of personal training services ranging from sport-specific training to post-natal classes. Take a one-on-one session, or save by bringing someone along for a partner session.

Sculpted Swan Fitness, 845 Creative Dr., Ste. 3

Hop on a reformer machine for a private pilates class, or learn the principles with a semi-private class for two to three people. Certified instructors also teach group mat pilates classes.

T. Fitness & Wellness, 2611 Orleans Ave.

This studio takes a holistic approach. With programs ranging from functional fitness and boxing to personal training, Tari creates a customized approach to each individual’s needs.

Will Power Fitness, 1014 Walt Williams Rd.

This community of certified fitness instructors guide you through high-intensity fitness workouts while also providing certified health and nutrition coaching. The gym is now offering full body 3D scans to track changes as your fitness journey progresses.

An exterior view of All American Gym as seen from the street. The white brick building has a faded facade with the gym's name painted in red letters. The entrance walkway is covered by a portico.

Sometimes you don’t need any flashy equipment, just good old fashioned weights.

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For those looking to pump some iron

All American Gym, 1245 George Jenkins Blvd.

Known as Polk County’s oldest gym, All American Gym offers a classic weight training room with a wide variety of weights + machines. It also hosts power lifting events for those who want to test their skills.

Burn Boot Camp, 2505 Drane Field Rd.

This gym promises that you’ll never do the same workout twice. If you join a guided group class here, expect to lift weights, work on bodyweight conditioning, and build upper + lower body strength.

Deb’s Gym, 1128 E. Main St.

Grab your H2O and get your reps in at this facility that’s open 24 hours, seven days a week. The gym offers personal consultations and training to help you reach your fitness goals effectively.

Men and women lift weights in front of an American flag.

Earn your stripes at this military-inspired gym in downtown Lakeland.

Photo via @eys.lakeland

For those looking for flexibility and variety

Adrenaline Body Works, 3114 S. Florida Ave., Ste. 2

This community-focused space empowers members through group classes, and there’s also a sauna + cold plunge room to recover after a workout. Pro tip: The gym has a dedicated, limited-member gym for moms and babies — Adrenaline Mommy Works.

Anytime Fitness, 4695 E. County Rd. 540A

Work on your cardio, strength, or functional training at any time of day. This gym is available 24/7 and members can use any of its locations, including gyms in Bartow, Winter Haven, and Auburndale.

Earn Your Stripes Lakeland, 305 W. Main St.

This military-inspired training facility offers action-packed workouts for all levels. Rotate through the Power, Strength, Endurance, and Functional stations at your own pace. Each month, members can earn stripes and unique badges by participating in challenges.

F45 Training, 2930 S. Florida Ave.

Get a body scan before joining these 45-minute workouts that combine cardio and strength training. Trainers will guide you through each exercise with a demo before you do them yourself — there are more than 5,000 to try.

Orangetheory Fitness, 1489 Town Center Dr.

Track your heart rate throughout your personalized workout as you exercise with a group. Expect to spend time strength training, rowing, and running or jogging on the treadmill to keep your blood pumping.

A man lifts weights on a bench as a woman spots him at Crunch Fitness. Around them are several weight training machines and weight benches, and the Crunch logo is painted on the wall behind them.

Need a spot? Bring a friend with you to the gym or ask a fellow Lakelander.

Photo by @crunch.lakeland

For those who want extra fitness features

Crunch Fitness, 5218 S. Florida Ave.

Memberships here include access to cardio and weight machines, group classes, the HIIT Zone, and circuit training. After your workout, you can recover with a HydroMassage, hit the steam room, or even get a tan.

Esporta Fitness, 833 Lakeland Park Center Dr.

After you finish a solo workout or join a group class, play a pickup game on the indoor basketball + racquetball courts, or go for a swim in the Junior Olympic size swimming pool. There’s also a Kids Klub childcare program.

Just Move, 3195 US Hwy. 98 N. and 3625 S. Florida Ave.

Join daily classes or go for a run in a movie theater filled with treadmills (yes — you read that right). With locations on the north + south sides, Just Move features a variety of ways to let off steam throughout your week.

Planet Fitness, 6208 US Hwy. 98 N. and 4315 S. Florida Ave.
This gym is known for its additional amenities, including massage chairs, tanning, a smoothie bar, and workouts available on its app. Pro tip: Some memberships allow you to bring a guest for free so you can try out the cardio and strength areas together.

Sunrise at Gandy Pool in Lakeland, FL

Visit Gandy Pool for early morning Aqua Spin classes.

For those seeking community

Coleman-Bush Building, 1104 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave.

Whether you’re a beginner or experienced yogi, you can join a class at this community center. You can also try a free low-impact exercise class to increase circulation each week.

Kelly Recreation Complex, 404 Imperial Blvd.

Pay $5 for one visit or purchase a pass to use the cardio theater, fitness area, gym, pool, and tennis + pickleball courts. It’s also just $5 to join a fitness class here, including circuit training, trampoline workouts, Zumba, and more.

Simpson Park Community Center, 1725 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave.

Use the weight room, cardio room, or pool for $4 per visit, or join in on a weekly group workout class. Check out morning yoga or dance it out with the Off the Wall Soul Line Dancing class for $5 per session.

YMCA of West Central Florida, 2125 Sleepy Hill Rd. and 3620 Cleveland Heights Blvd.

Visit these two locations for group exercise and personal training. Both locations also offer childcare while you work out. Pro tip: The Fontaine Gills Family YMCA also offers water exercise in the outdoor pool.

A group of people sit on yoga mats doing a yoga practice in Hollis Garden in Lakeland, FL

Where will you find your flow in Lakeland?

Photo by @yoga_pointe

For those finding their flow

Satya Life Yoga, 4684 Cleveland Heights Blvd.

From the rhythms of tai chi to yoga barre, this studio teaches traditional yoga methods that increase your body’s self-awareness and balance. It also offers teacher training and virtual workshops.

Yoga Pointe, 2539 S. Florida Ave.

Looking to challenge yourself while also tapping into your serene side? Sign up for a Hot Yoga session to sweat your cares away. Kids classes are also available for young yogis ages 7-12.

Check out our full guide to Lakeland’s yoga scene.

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.

Bala Bangles | Ready to up the ante of any workout? Use Bala Bangles on wrists or ankles for added resistance.

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