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BodyBusiness Fitness Club is temporarily closed due to COVID-19 – but we’ll be back and stronger than ever just as soon as we can. In the meantime, claim your free 7-day trial membership and we’ll notify you as soon as our doors reopen.
Voted the Best Gym in Austin by the Statesman’s Best of the Best 2019 Poll
BodyBusiness Fitness Club offers more than 50 studio-quality group fitness classes each week. No matter what your workout style or fitness level, you’ll find a workout you love. Does music get you pumped for workouts? Try Group Power or Dance to sweat to the beat. Looking for something to help strengthen your mind-body connection? Try NIA or Vinyasa yoga. If a more intense, heart-pumping exercise class is your thing, try Group Fight or Cycle Sprint.
All BodyBusiness memberships include UNLIMITED classes with membership, in addition to access to our cardio and strength equipment in more than 10,000 square feet of climate-controlled training space.
Sign up now for your free 7-day trial membership and experience for yourself why our group exercise classes helped us be voted the best gym in Austin!
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What BodyBusiness Members Are Saying
“If you appreciate a very friendly and clean fitness club with classes that focus on a thorough body workouts, BodyBusiness is for you! The instructors are outstanding; very personable and knowledgeable. You work out hard in the classes, but the instructors make it fun! I’ve been a member for over three decades, and I love working out here!”
“BodyBusiness is the antidote to crowded, competitive gyms. The staff greets nearly everyone by name, equipment is up to date and plentiful, classes are very fun, and the trainers are top notch.”
“What sets this place apart is the atmosphere – everyone (staff and clients) are very friendly, helpful, and approachable. It has a calmer, nourishing, community-based feel than any other gym I have been a part of. One feels good supporting a place like this – the uniqueness of gyms are going away with the mass corporatization of it all.”