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Local Fitness Players Share Three Big Industry Trends to Watch

The pandemic has deepened consumers’ interest in fitness—and significantly changed the way they pursue it.
Fit Social Club owners Michael and Erin Vara
Gyms

After Months of Covid-Related Setbacks, Fit Social Club Is Finally Open in Mockingbird Station

The boutique gym originally opened in 2019 but has faced a long series of unfortunate pandemic events since then.
John Reed Fitness in Los Angeles
Fitness

John Reed Is Taking Over the Old Gold’s Gym in Preston Center

The international fitness club, known for its high energy and night club atmosphere, will open the 30,000-square-foot-facility in late January.
ClassPass 2021 Trends
Classes

Dallasites Booked More Fitness Classes in 2021 Than Any Other City

With vaccines readily available, ClassPass reports that Dallas got back in the gym in 2021.

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Fitness

Gallery: After a Yearlong Hiatus, the YMCA Turkey Trot Returns to Downtown Dallas

The pandemic kept the runners inside in 2020, but they returned in force this year. Here are some scenes from the 54th event.
By Bret Redman
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Fitness

5 Healthy Choices Troy Aikman Makes in a Day

The three time Super Bowl champ shares how his wellness practice centers upon sleep, hydration, and balance.
By Kimber Westphall
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Fitness

5 Healthy Choices the Owner of One Lagree Makes in a Day

Fitness studio owner Jennifer Eitches talks embracing the uncomfortable and using exercise as a tool for mental health.
By Kimber Westphall
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Events

Dallas Will Host Two Fitness Festivals This October

Both events feature outdoor workout classes like spin, dance cardio, and silent disco yoga flow, in addition to shopping, light bites, and live music.
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Fitness

ClassPass Data Trends Point to a Resurgence of In-Person Fitness Classes

After a year of livestream workouts, Dallas ClassPass users are eager to return to their favorite studios. Of the 15 most-booked experiences in our region, none are virtual.