Over the next few minutes you will be going on a deep dive into the best gyms in Auburn and everything you need to know about fitness and working out around town. It won’t take us long cover the full spectrum for you.
The best gyms in Auburn will be the topic of our first section, but after that we still will have a lot to get to. We will talk about the best places to go for spinning and indoor cycling, as well as the best boxing and MMA gyms you will find in your area.
Up next we will get into the best pilates and yoga studios near you. Other topics on working out like bootcamps and barre exercises will be covered as the post goes along.
Of course you don’t always need to go to the gym to get a sweat in so some of the top outdoor recreation areas in the city will be listed as well. And following all of that we will talk about where you can buy sporting goods and home gym equipment in Auburn.
Don’t leave before you see our area map towards the end that has all of these spots pinned, and you are also welcome to check out our other posts on the region right here if you are interested.
Best Gyms In Auburn
Here is our list of the best gyms in Auburn for working out:
- Tiger Iron Gym at 1655 S College St
- Orangetheory Fitness at 1345 Opelika Rd
- AU Campus Recreation & Wellness Center at 601 Heisman Dr
- Max Fitness at 189 E University Dr
- J. Simpson Fitness at 1615 S College St
- All In CrossFit at 1747 Ogletree Rd
Sure that video has nothing to do with the best gyms in your area but we doubt many of you will mind re-living that moment. Whether you’re looking for spinning, yoga, zumba or strength training Orangetheory Fitness is a good option.
AU Campus Recreation and Wellness Center has a swimming pool, jacuzzi, and basketball courts that are also use for volleyball however it is only available to students and staff. Tiger Iron Gym and Max Fitness are a couple of good 24 hour gyms near you.
Max Fitness offers childcare while you workout, and we do not know any local indoor rock-climbing gyms with climbing walls, if you do please mention them in the comments, thanks.
Spinning & Indoor Cycling Classes Near You
Pūrvelo at 215 West Glenn Avenue is a good dedicated indoor cycling studio while group spinning classes are also available at Auburn Fit1, Auburn Racquet & Fitness Club, Impact Fitness, and Fitness Quest.
Boxing & MMA Gyms
Fighting can be another great way to get some cardio and the best boxing and MMA gyms in Auburn are:
- Auburn Academy of Martial Arts at 323 Airport Rd #j
- Peak MMA & Fitness at 328 37th St NW #a
- Elite Mixed Martial Arts at 2515 E Glenn Ave
- 9Round Fitness at 1499 S College St #G
Elite Martial Arts Academy excels at adult and kids classes in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Judo, Taekwondo, and more. Impact Fitness and Max Fitness from our initial best gyms in your area list also offer boxing and mixed martial arts lessons.
Yoga & Pilates Studios In Auburn
There are also many good yoga and pilates studios near you to get your fitness in like:
- True40 Auburn at 819 E Glenn Ave
- Club Pilates at 2311 Bent Creek Rd #600
Yoga lessons are also available at Auburn Fit1, Auburn Racquet & Fitness Club, Impact Fitness, and Fitness Quest. If you are after any specific pose or technique follows those links to the yoga and pilates studios near you until you end up on the right one that offers exactly what you want.
As much as we would like to give more detail when there are so many poses including vinyasa, hot, bikram hatha flow, ashtanga, power and many more it is impossible for us to break it all down.
You can try the workout bootcamp programs at Auburn Fit1, Impact Fitness, Max Fitness, Orangetheory Fitness, 9Round Fitness, and Fitness Quest.
Barre Exercises In Your Area
Pure Barre at 2415 Moores Mill Rd #240 has three group class formats featuring classic barre, resistance-based training, and cardio-centric full body workouts taught by certified teachers. Barre fitness classes are also available at Impact Fitness.
Best Places For Outdoor Recreation
As we mentioned before the gyms in Auburn are not the only places to workout. Many people prefer to run or ride bikes outside and some great places for outdoor recreation are:
- Boggin’ On The Plains
- Moores Mill Park
- Lake Wilmore Park
- AU Campus Recreation and Wellness Center
- Martin Luther King Park
- Sam Harris Park
- Waterworks Falls
- Town Creek Park
- Frank Brown Recreation Center
- Chewacla Waterfall
Where To Buy Sporting Goods In Auburn
You may need to buy some things that will help you work out or visit the gym, and the best sporting goods stores in Auburn are:
- Dick’s Sporting Goods at 1620 Clark St Rd
- Mountain High Outfitters at 339 S College St
- The Athletes Foot at 1775 Opelika Rd
- Academy Sports + Outdoors at 2325 Bent Creek Rd
Home Gym Equipment
Those sporting goods stores will likely have some home gym equipment, but you can also find more at:
- Precision Fitness Equipment at 771 Southbridge St
- Decathlon Auburn Sports Warehouse at 300 Parramatta Rd
You can buy home gyms and fitness equipment at those stores, plus you can pick up more workout gear at those local sporting goods stores we just linked you too. By the way we have also written about:
- Working Out In Montgomery
- Working Out In Atlanta
- Working Out In Tuscaloosa
- Working Out In Jacksonville
Enjoy Working Out At Auburn Gyms
Well guys, for now that is all that we have to share with you. After reading about all of those gyms, spinning classes, yoga studios, outdoor recreation spots, and places to buy equipment for working out near you you should feel a lot better about what comes next. We will be back often to update this page so that these lists stay fresh.
If you think we got something wrong or if you have any of your own local fitness tips to add please use the comments at the bottom of this post to let us know. Have fun visiting the best gyms in Auburn or working out in whichever way you prefer.