Tysons may not have the liveliest nightlife at the moment, but that could soon change as more late-night restaurants and places to hang out open. “Tysons After Dark” will highlight a different spot every week.
Tysons’ eight neighborhoods have several gyms and fitness studios are people looking for places to exercise indoors.
Tysons Reporter did some research and has been chronicling where to break a sweat around Tysons.
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[solidcore] has 50-minute classes of slow and controlled resistance training at 7911 Westpark Drive. Most weekday classes are offered between 6 a.m.-7:30 p.m., while weekend classes tend to be held from 7 a.m.-4 p.m. Packages start at $20 per class.
Located near Tysons Corner Center, N2Shape (8000 Towers Crescent Drive) offers personal training, small group training, senior fitness and corporate fitness. According to the online schedule, the group classes are scheduled in the morning.
Later this year, people can look for CycleBar in Tysons Galleria.
Custom Kinetics (7921 Jones Branch Drive) is a personal training company. The training options include strength, weight loss, performance and kettlebell.
1TO1 Fitness also offers personal training in Northern Virginia and D.C. The Tysons location is at 7900 Westpark Drive.
Fitness Together at 8300 Boone Blvd, Suite 160 has personalized training with a resistance training program, cardio program and nutrition help.
For spin classes, Tai Chi and pilates, Equinox is at 8065 Leesburg Pike. The luxury fitness studio is open 5 a.m.-11 p.m. Monday-Thursday, until 10 p.m. on Fridays and from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. on weekends. Equinox also offers treadmills, spas and cardio workouts.
For the rest of Tysons’ neighborhoods, there’s a Sport and Health (1800 Old Meadow Road) in East Side and 7Core Fitness (1735 Burning Tree Drive) in the area between the Vienna area and the West Side neighborhood.
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