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Get Fit With These Hurst Gyms

There is no exact formula for losing weight, but visiting the gym regularly can promote a healthier lifestyle and get you closer to your fitness goals.

A shirtless, muscular man is working out in a Hurst gym, doing a heavy weight exercise for his biceps.

Choosing the right gym can increase your willingness to work out and keep you coming back. The following are some qualities you should consider in a gym:

  • Atmosphere
  • Cost
  • Proximity
  • Intensity
  • Equipment

Not all gyms are created equal, so here are some Hurst gyms that may have what you’re looking for.

9Round — Hurst

725 Airport Fwy Suite H

Hurst, TX 76053

(817) 282-0807

One of the highest-rated places to work out in Hurst, 9Round is a kickboxing chain with over 700 gyms nationwide.

Created by a former professional kickboxer, this kickboxing gym promises intense 30-minute workouts that will make you stronger. Trainers are close by to teach you how to complete each of the nine stations.

It’s important to mention that, whether you’re extremely fit or haven’t worked out in years, 9Round has a workout for you. This is a great gym for people of all experience levels (and especially those with busy lifestyles).

There are no set class times at 9round, which means you can show up whenever your schedule is open.

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CrossFit Fort Worth East — Bedford

1801 Airport Fwy

Bedford, TX 76021

(817) 360-9875

CrossFit gyms rose in popularity in the early 2010s because their workouts are high-paced, challenging, and they contain a number of different exercises, including:

  • Squats
  • Sprints
  • Deadlifts
  • Burpees
  • Pull-Ups
  • Lunges

Their spacious facility has all the equipment needed for the workout, so you only have to bring yourself.

If you’re looking to push your body to its limits, this is the place.

This gym, near Hurst, offers a free workout to first-timers. They have classes every day of the week.

Visit their website to check out their monthly rates.

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LA Fitness — Hurst

701 NE Loop 820

Hurst,  TX  76053

(817) 591-1158

LA Fitness is the more traditional option, and with high-quality gyms all over the country, you know you’re signing up with a trusted, customer-focused facility. These multi-use facilities have dozens of activities to choose from.

Here are some of the activities available that might provide the workout you’re looking for:

  • Yoga
  • Racquetball
  • Basketball
  • Pilates
  • Zumba

You can also hire a personal trainer to help you meet your goals and inspire you to push yourself.

There’s an initial cost of $100 to sign up, but it’s approximately $30 per month after that, depending on the plan you choose. There are over a dozen LA Fitnesses around DFW—a multi-gym membership gets you into all of them.

Take a look at their site to learn more about memberships and activities.

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