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Best Gyms In Dallas

Dallas is the ninth largest city in the nation and the third largest in Texas. It’s population is around 1.3 million and the economy seems to be doing just fine in today’s world. The Dallas area is home to the Cowboys (football), Mavericks (basketball), Stars (hockey), and Texas Rangers (baseball), all of which are among the top competitors season after season. The Dallas climate is usually a humid, subtropical one, with hot summers and mild winters. Dallas is a great city and is pretty up to date on the fitness industry, as well.

Below are the best gyms in and around the Dallas area:

  • Equinox: One of the best gyms in Dallas, as well as the rest of the nation. From booming personal training and fitness classes to top-of-the-line fitness equipment, if you are looking for a great place to exercise and meet new people, this gym is for you!
  • Lifetime Fitness: Lifetime Fitness has eight gyms in and around the Dallas area. Lifetime Fitness has the best of the best, accompanied by a helpful and friendly staff. If you have not exercised at one of these premier clubs, you need to do so as soon as possible.
  • The Texas Club: Located on main street in Dallas, this amazing facility offers two free personal training sessions when you first join. This club also offers basketball courts, an indoor running track, heated indoor pool, saunas, steam rooms, and whirlpools. Don’t pass this gym up!
  • Gold’s Gym: If you are serious about your workouts, Gold’s Gym is the place for you. Fitness is everything at Gold’s and the friendly staff will tell you the same!!

September 8th, 2010

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Brandi

Every time I'm in Dallas I see 24 Hour Fitness on what seems like every corner. Great place b/c they are all over the country and I assume you'd have access when traveling.

posted Sep 8th, 2010 12:29 pm



   
 

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