Several local gyms and fitness studios are now offering outdoor classes as Northern Virginia begins reopening.
Although New Trail Cycling Studio (1614 Washington Plaza-N) is closed, outdoor classes limited to nine people are being offered. All staff and participants will have contactless temperature checks before beginning workouts. Attendees should bring water, use the restroom, and change before taking part.
The studio is also following a number of other safety protocols. Participants must wear masks until they are in place and when class begins. Physical distance of at least 10 feet must be maintained before, throughout, and after class.
Crunch Fitness (11951 Freedom Drive) also resumed classes on Monday. Staff has “dramatically increased the number of sanitation stations” for members. Capacity will be monitored to maintain the 30 percent occupancy restriction put in place by Gov. Ralph Northam. Onelife Fitness, which is part of the same company, is also open at 11445 Isaac Newton Square.
So far, the location has not experienced waiting lines due to the size of the club. The Reston location is open on weekdays from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. and from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends.
Gold’s Gym (11674 Plaza America Drive) also opened this week. Weekly class schedules are available online. The gym is open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. on weekdays and from 8 a.m to 4 p.m. on weekends. But UFC Gym, which is also located in Plaza America, remains temporarily closed.
Life Time Reston, a fitness club located at 1757 Business Center Drive, plans to open on June 19.
CrossFit North Reston (11503 Sunset Hills Road) remains closed.
This story will be updated as more information is available.
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‘Muscle Up Mondays’ today at 6:30 p.m. Get your work week started with a work out during a free group fitness class in the pavilion of Reston Town Center, presented by Crunch Fitness. [Reston Town Center via Facebook]
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Need some motivation to kick off your work week with a workout?
Crunch Fitness is offering free group fitness classes every Monday in the Reston Town Center Pavilion through October 29. The series of classes, “Muscle Up Mondays,” will take place from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
The business, which has 25,000 square feet of fitness space, is located at 11951 Freedom Drive in Reston Town Center. Crunch Fitness also offers a personal training plan, classes and training in a ride studio.
For more information, interested participants are encouraged to stop by the club or call 571-328-7689.
Photo via Reston Town Center
The fitness franchise has been hard at work since last spring building out its new location at 11951 Freedom Dr.
The two-story studio will be the only full-service gym in the town center. It will feature cardio equipment, free weights and machines. a variety of group fitness classes, and personal training. Memberships begin at $39,99 monthly. More information can be found on Crunch’s website.
Even in fitness-savvy Reston, Crunch is entering a crowded market. Lifetime Fitness recently opened a 114,000-square-foot facility in Reston, Gold’s Gym is now open at Plaza America, and existing gyms include Sport & Health and YMCA Fairfax County Reston.
(Photo Courtesy of Crunch Fitness)