Where to Work Out in Sugar Land

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In our Where to Work Out series, we search Greater Houston’s vast array of neighborhoods and communities for the best fitness studios for cardio, strength training, yoga and more.

While this Southwest Houston suburb is home to the Imperial Sugar company, Sugar Land offers plenty of opportunities to balance out your sweet tooth with a spin class, HIIT, barre and more.

We’ve gathered all of the top spots to work up a sweat, no matter your fitness craving.

Note: For the purposes of this list, Sugar Land is defined by the area covered in this map.

Where to Work Out in Sugar Land

Not sure where to start? We did the research so you don’t have to. Read on for a list of our favorite places to exercise in Sugar Land.

Yoga, Barre & Pilates

  • Gen Yoga Focus on intentional listening, self-discovery, and the mind-body connection at Gen Yoga, a locally owned yoga studio that wants to help you live your most authentic life. They offer a variety of classes and styles, including vinyasa, powerflow, vinyin, slow flow, hatha, strengthening, hot yoga, restorative, and chair yoga. Click here for directions.
  • H.I.P. Fitness Have your legs ever felt like jelly after a really tough workout? If not, experience the sensation first-hand with a 45-minute megaformer pilates class at H.I.P. (high-intensity pilates) Fitness. Using the Lagree method, instructors lead you through a challenging, full-body workout that tones and lengthens every muscle with resistance-based exercises on the versatile machine. Click here for directions.
  • Pure Barre Tighten, lift, and tone your whole body with small movements that drive big results at Pure Barre. With four different class types, Pure Barre offers a beginners class, classic barre classes, barre fused with HIIT, and a strength training class that employs extra props for resistance work. Click here for directions.
  • Performance Pilates & Fascia The instructors at Performance Pilates & Fascia are incredibly knowledgeable about the importance of connective tissue and its effects on the body. And they apply that knowledge to help you move without pain and gain youthful mobility through a 55-minute class on the reformer pilates machine. Along with pilates classes, they also offer Myofascial Release. Click here for directions.

Spin Studios & HIIT

  • Revolution Studio Houston’s own Revolution Studio offers the fitness trifecta: spin, strength training, and yoga. With locations in Uptown, Sugar Land, and Upper Kirby, Revolution empowers their clients with a connected community, uplifting music selections, and coaches that motivate you to give your all, no matter the class. Click here for directions.
  • REV365 Fitness Functional HIIT is the basis of every workout at REV365, but by no means does that mean you’ll get bored. They rotate through all kinds of exercises and equipment to keep you (and your muscles) on top of your game through cardio, strength, and toning. Expect to spend time on the rower, treadmill, assault bike, or VersaClimber, depending on the day. Click here for directions.
  • Rush Cycle – Sugar Land Feel the love as soon as you walk into Rush Cycle, where a sense of community is key to the local spin studio’s popularity. They’ve got seriously fun classes with amped up music and dim lighting to set the tone for your ride. On top of that, you can track your progress from class-to-class with the Rush Ride Dashboard, which shows your calories burned, average watts, max RPM, total distance, class rank and more. Click here for directions.
  • OrangeTheory FitnessCompetitive fitness junkies take note: Orangetheory is addictive. Why? For starters, they have you wear a fitness tracker that tells your heart rate, calories burned, and number of “splat points” (aka number of minutes you’ve shown a high heart rate) throughout the class—the perfect distraction and/or motivation, depending on your personality type. Second, the studios keep you guessing with an always-new combination of HIIT on the treadmill, rowing, and strength training. Click here for directions.
  • F45 TrainingMix strength with cardio in this functional, 45-minute HIIT workout that hits every muscle group with all of the classic movements you know and love. First, you’ll join your team for a demo of each exercise and a quick warm-up, then dive into a unique combination of squats, jumps, twists, pulls, pushes, punches and more, with help and support from trainers along the way. Click here for directions.

Gyms & Personal Training

  • Sugar Land Fitness Life Studio Personalize your fitness plan with a skilled trainer at Sugar Land Fitness Life Studio, a spacious studio that’s rarely packed with people—perfect for the timid gym-goer or those who hate waiting for a machine. Head here to start working on your overall health and wellness, lose fat, gain muscle, train for sports and more. Click here for directions.
  • Alphalete Gym Combine state-of-the-art equipment and Olympic-style platforms with 40 yards of outdoor turf and motivating instructors, and you get a successful gym that draws famous bodybuilders, athletes and more from all over. Alphalete offers its members a massive space to build muscle and plenty of mirrors to monitor form and progress. Click here for directions.
  • The Flex The Flex takes fitness seriously. As a members-only gym, they promise their clients high-quality equipment and dedicated trainers with a clean, intimate gym filled with like-minded individuals. Whether you’re looking for resistance training, calisthenics, small-group, or personal training, The Flex has got you covered. Click here for directions.
  • Iron Strength Kettlebell Gym The folks at Iron Strength Kettlebell Gym aim to help you improve your stamina, agility, strength and cardiovascular endurance using their favorite piece of equipment, the kettlebell. They offer both personal training and group classes that mostly center around efficient kettlebell exercises. Click here for directions.

While you’re in the neighborhood, check out our favorite Brunch and Happy Hour spots in Sugar Land.

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