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WHAT YOU GET AT BODYBUSINESS
Full-Service Gym + Personal Attention
CARDIO + STRENGTH TRAINING
From ellipticals to TRXs, you’ll find the right equipment for your workout in more than 13,000 sq. ft of climate-controlled training space.
Choose from more than 50 weekly group fitness classes including cycling, yoga, Pilates mat, Barre, HIIT, dance, kickboxing, Nia, strength and more.
Get results with one-on-one instruction during individual or small group training sessions with one of our certified personal trainers or Pilates instructors.
Why Choose Us
Life Is Better at BodyBusiness
Walking into a new gym can be scary, especially if it’s been a while since you worked out. We get it. That’s why BodyBusiness Fitness Club provides a positive and non-intimidating environment for everyone who sets foot through our doors. For more than 30 years, our fitness club has been helping people in North Austin find what they enjoy and learn to incorporate it as a permanent component of their life. We pride ourselves on the personal attention we give each member and the community spirit that our members enjoy.
What BodyBusiness Members Are Saying
“This isn’t your run of the mill gym. This is a FAMILY and they treat you like that. They know your name when you come in, they are genuine, and they care about your progress. I was treated like an individual and not just a monthly money draft from a bank account. ”
“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.”