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Here's where to find the top strength training gyms in Tucson

Here's where to find the top strength training gyms in Tucson
Photo: CrossFit Purgatory/Yelp
By Hoodline - Published on July 22, 2019.

Want to know where to go when it comes to strength training in Tucson?

As luck would have it, the city boasts lots of high-caliber strength training options to check out in and around Tucson.

To find the top strength training gyms in the area, Hoodline analyzed data from Yelp, Facebook and ClassPass to identify which studios are the most popular. Read on for the results.

(Bonus: You can try them all out if you're a member of ClassPass, a monthly fitness membership that provides access to thousands of different studios, gyms, and wellness offerings.)

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Prestige Fitness

4490 N. First Ave., Campus Farm

Photo: PRESTIGE FITNESS/Yelp

Prestige Fitness is Tucson's favorite strength training gym by the numbers, with 4.7 stars on ClassPass, 4.5 stars out of 62 reviews on Yelp, and 6,289 fans on Facebook.

"Prestige Fitness started in 2009 after the owners decided that Tucson and its surrounding communities needed a facility that truly focuses on lifestyle change," states the business' ClassPass profile. "They have designed a system where each individual client can work with a team of amazing professionals from: Master Trainers, Licensed Registered Dietitians, Egoscue Posture Specialists, and Licensed Massage therapists. Together they will address your issues in a safe and effective manner."

Learn more about Prestige Fitness's selection of classes on ClassPass here.

CrossFit Purgatory

3461 E. Speedway Blvd., Palo Verde

Photo: CROSSFIT PURGATORY/Yelp

Also among Tucson's favorites is CrossFit Purgatory, with five stars out of two reviews on Yelp and 3,121 fans on Facebook.

"Crossfit Purgatory is a world class fitness facility serving the local towns of Tucson, Vail, South Tucson, and Davis Monthan Air Force Base," states the business' ClassPass profile. "Whether you are looking to get in shape through personal training or through our group classes, you are invited to come work hard and get results as part of their community!"

"Founded in 2010 to help grow the fitness community by providing fun functional fitness to everyone from a sedentary individual to a high level elite athlete," CrossFit Purgatory says on its Yelp page. "Now in our 7th year of operation, Purgatory is staffed by knowledgeable, approachable coaches whose goal is to make the athletes and community of Purgatory more confident and stronger inside as well as outside of the gym!"

See what people are saying about CrossFit Purgatory's selection of classes on ClassPass here.

Old Pueblo CrossFit

7225 E. Broadway Blvd., #170, Broadway-Northeast

Photo: ClassPass

With five stars out of one review on Yelp and 1,429 fans on Facebook, Old Pueblo CrossFit has garnered some local fans.

"Tucson CrossFit is an extremely efficient and effective way to get into world-class shape," per the business' profile on ClassPass. "Their workouts consist of constantly varied, functional movements (like pushups and pullups, deadlifts and squats, gymnastics, kettlebells, running, rowing and olympic lifting), executed at high intensity in a group setting. Essentially, a fun, friendly, yet high-intensity boot camp with weights."

"My name is Amos Sotelo, I am a CrossFit Level 1 Instructor and the owner of Old Pueblo CrossFit," states the business' Yelp page. "I am also a CrossFit Kettle Bell Instructor and I am a Sports Performance Coach through USA weightlifting. I created Old Pueblo CrossFit because I love everything about CrossFit, from the athletic ability and performance it produces to the support and community it creates."

See what people are saying about Old Pueblo CrossFit 's offerings on ClassPass here.

CrossFit Milo

301 W. Fourth St., Suite 151, Dunbar Spring

Photo: CROSSFIT MILO/Yelp

With 4.5 stars out of eight reviews on Yelp and 1,239 fans on Facebook, CrossFit Milo holds its own among the competition.

"CrossFit is a physical fitness program based on high-intensity interval training combined with Olympic style lifting, body weight exercises and gymnastic type skills," per the business' profile on ClassPass. "Classes are performed as a group and are directed by certified coaches. At CrossFit Milo, they train as a supportive community, having fun while working hard."

"We opened CrossFit Milo with a goal in mind: help our community be invincible," CrossFit Milo's Yelp page states. "Our gym owners, Alan and Kare, served their community as first responders for 25 years and continue to serve through functional fitness. Our business was built on a foundation of community support, a progressive and accepting environment, and workouts tailored to an individual's fitness level. When you join CrossFit Milo, you're joining a community who's here to help you grow and a team of coaches who are here to push you further than you thought you could go."

Check out reviews of CrossFit Milo's selection of classes on ClassPass here.

CrossFit Fixx

8987 E. Tanque Verde Road, Suite 353, Bear Canyon

Photo: CROSSFIT FIXX/Yelp

With five stars out of one review on Yelp and 680 fans on Facebook, CrossFit Fixx is worth checking out.

"CrossFit FIXX is all about the people and the family," per the business' profile on ClassPass. "Whether it's yourself or your entire family, they want you to join our FIXX family."

"Crossfit Fixx has something for everyone!" the business states on its Yelp page. "CrossFit, Bootcamps, kids classes, one-on-one and small group personal training, Functional Movement Screens, we've got what your body craves."

Take a look at reviews of CrossFit Fixx's classes on ClassPass here.


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