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  • 5301 Leary Ave NW, Seattle • Ballard
    Ron Zanetti - We love this club. Been members for more than 10 years. They have everything we want in a club: classes, variety of exercise rooms and equipment, spa, and more.
    Carl Haynes - Closest gym open 24 hours. Kids pool is decent and is available for kids most of the weekend. Have added a bunch more parking which helps.
    Carly Kiser - Best gym with childcare in Ballard!
  • Jennifer Haller - Love the fast pace intervals - the time goes by quick! Also love that you can mostly go at your own pace and you don't have to compare to others next to you.
    Rebecca Lovell - The Capitol Hill gym is welcoming, non-judgmental and motivational at the same time! None of the no-pain-no-gain machismo, but a great and supportive community. Not to mention killer workout. Tammara is the best!
    Yue Ning - Really effective and affordable way of exercise.
  • 900 Poplar Pl S, Seattle • Beacon Hill
    Matt Gamboa - If you like climbing, you'll love SBP. Great culture and community. There's a cafe with lots of seating where you can plug into work. There's a gym as well as Yoga classes. WiFi is not the fastest, so I wouldn't recommend taking video conferences here. But otherwise, membership is well worth the value.
    recommended by Daniel Gorrie
  • 2221 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle • Queen Anne
    Maria Hess - Oh yeah, just opened on top of QA close to my home. Great HiiT (high intensity interval training) workout. They even have a DJ on Saturdays. Highly recommend
    Jackie Futrell - Great location, clean space, and lots of variety!
    recommended by Danna Redmond
  • 3721 S Alaska St, Seattle • Columbia City
    Devon - Personal training and small group circuit workouts. All of the trainers are super knowledgeable and classes are always different. They use a combination of body weight and weight lifting exercises for a full body workout. The SUP classes on Lake Washington in the summer are the best! A great workout and a fun way to spend your morning on the water.
    Genessa - Great circuit training that incorporates flexibility, agility, balance and strength training.
  • 6108 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle • Ravenna
    Jen Hope - Love Josh's classes on Monday and Wednesday. Jennifer teaches awesome dance classes multiple days per week. The community is fun and welcoming - definitely a place you can drop in and feel at ease.
    Karina Kunins - Love the tabata, cycle/barre and cycle/strength classes.
  • 909 4th Ave, Seattle
    Patrick O'Donnell - There's a regular lunchtime basketball game that's better than your average YMCA game. Several friendly regular players.
    Buzz Bruggeman - The Y may not be fancy, but it's very clean, fresh towels, helpful staff and easy to get to.
  • 1615 Belmont Ave, Seattle • Capitol Hill
    Laura - Great location and really well outfitted facility. The classes force you to work hard and move your little tush.
    Guy Schoonmaker - Good classes, close to work!
    recommended by Suzanne Haws
  • 2719 E Union St B09, Seattle • Central District
    Tonya Peck - Wonderful community! Very pro social!
    Jennifer Olson - A fun, killer workout and super nice people
    Kenji Sazanami - A wonderful combination of intensity and fun - the best and most enjoyable workout I've had. Can't find a better place to go for regular workouts than Cappy's, and really great people all around between coaches and participants. Not intimidating to start, and great rewards for sticking with it!

    Love this place!
    recommended by Masako Long
  • 3622 SW Snoqualmie St, Seattle • West Seattle
    Melinda - I love this place. It's family and community and the locker rooms are warm and smell like cheap shampoo and for some reason that always comforts me. Also, it's clean. Lots of equipment always in good repair, and great classes/instructors.
    John - Sure, you can join a national chain gym, but the Y in West Seattle is really a gem — especially for families. A huge room full of elliptical and stationary bikes and treadmills and stuff, an ample weight area, plenty of quiet space for your own planks or pushups or crunches or whatever, a big gym, a nice pool (or at least that a what I hear — I’ve never been in it.) They’ve got a pretty sizable slate of yoga, Pilates, TRX, zumba, spin classes etc. both at the big main facility and the smaller one just up from the Fauntleroy ferry dock, with some really good instructors. It’s a bargain, too, if you and your family use it a lot. The only downside: parking can be a challenge. It’s not a super-hip cutting-edge club but it’s modern, clean, friendly and super convenient.

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