If you're looking to stay fit while you're visiting Oklahoma City, then we have you covered with our list of some of the most popular workout locations and activities around the city.
Red Coyote offers various training programs for anyone looking to expand their knowledge of running. These programs include a 5K Newbie Training Program, Half/Full Marathon Training Programs and on Thursday's at 6 p.m. they host their OKC Pack Pint Run. Along with these programs, Red Coyote provides an extraordinary retail experience with their unmatched product knowledge and their slow-motion video gate analysis.
We have a number of yoga studios and free community classes in the metro area if you're looking to practice your crow pose while you're in town. YogaSix offers members six different class types from hot and powerful to slow and mindful, providing a creative but consistent experience for each class type. They also offer free weekly community classes at 2 p.m. on Sundays!
Try 405 Yoga if you're looking for a fun and challenging class! They also offer virtual classes that are interactive if you want a socially distant, local class. You can practice yoga for free at the Myriad Botanical Gardens and has the added benefit of connecting you with nature. Classes are open to all levels, whether you are a beginner or an experienced yogi. Tuesday classes are at 6 p.m. and Saturday classes are at 9 a.m., both are located in the visitor center lobby (during the summer the classes are outside).
It's a great time to take a ride indoors! The CycleBar on Classen Curve offers varying levels of classes, so no matter where you are in your fitness journey, they've got a ride for you. The studio offers six different ride packages and, when the weather is warmer, they host outdoor classes.
Looking for a group to ride with? Capital Co-Op offers free group riding options on Tuesday nights at 5:30 p.m. and Sunday mornings at 8 a.m. They also have hands-on cycling-related workshops to help you learn about caring for your bike. The Bike Lab OKC offers free community group rides at 6 p.m. on Mondays (25 miles at 15-18 mph), 6 p.m. on Thursdays (30 miles at 19-21 mph) and 7 a.m. on Saturday mornings (40 miles at 17-18 mph). If you didn't travel with your bike, you can rent one at RideOKC or Phat Tire Bike Shop in Oklahoma City.
Summit Gyms - OKC Silos is a 90-foot-tall climbing gym in the heart of downtown that hosts top-rope, lead, auto-belay and bouldering along with a fitness nook and campus board. The inside of the silos is climate controlled and with weather permitting, outside routes are available for fantastic views of the city. You can also climb at Threshold Climbing Gym for a fun workout! Threshold offers adventure for all ages and experience levels. They offer climbing school group classes, private training and outdoor guided climbs.
You can get another great workout at Barre3. They offer a full body balanced workout set to the beat of uplifting music and led by encouraging instructors. They're known for building lean muscles, a strong core and long-term postural benefits. With ample warm-up time and plenty of modifications, anyone can jump into a class and get warm.
No matter what your workout preference is, Oklahoma City has something to help you stay active, whether you're vacationing with family or visiting for business.