Love to work out after your workday, but struggling to find a great class without huge crowds? You don’t have to sacrifice your health and fitness to your job. Hoodline and ClassPass, the fitness subscription service, have teamed up to bring you this report on some of the top post-work workouts from studios in Denver.
With the help of ClassPass' data, we found the most popular workout sessions between 5 and 7 p.m., so you can hit the gym or studio after the office. Our report covers locations around the city, so you’re never far from a class, no matter where your job takes you.
Joining ClassPass gives you access to these and thousands of other studios, gyms and wellness offerings — including in other cities, if you travel for work.
YS - Yoga Sculpt at CorePower Yoga
333 E. 13th Ave., Capitol Hill and other metro locations
Yoga Sculpt blends free weights with CorePower Yoga 2 sequencing and cardio to intensify each yoga pose while mixing in strength-training moves like squats, lunges and bicep curls.
“When muscle meets yoga, Yoga Sculpt is born,” the venue writes on ClassPass. “Boost metabolism and build lean muscle mass as you move to upbeat tracks.”
First-timers alert: Plan to show up at least 10 minutes early. Most locations close the doors at the start of class, the studio writes on ClassPass, because the instructors who check in users also teach. Because it’s a yoga class, remember your mat, towel and water. CorePower Yoga studios offer mat and towel rentals, as well as bottles of water for purchase.
Across CorePower Yoga’s city locations, YS averages 15 enrollees, but can accommodate up to 38 people per class, ensuring there's plenty of space for you.
Postwork sessions start at 6 and 6:45 p.m. on weekdays. These all tend to be popular, so check the ClassPass page for availability and to enroll. You can see more on Twitter and Facebook.
CrossFit at CrossFit LoDo
601 W. 29th Ave.
For something more intensive, consider the city’s CrossFit options, like the late evening sessions at CrossFit LoDo.
As the studio notes on ClassPass, the sessions offer “constantly varied, functional movements performed at high-intensity. Our classes incorporate gymnastics, Olympic weightlifting and plyometrics.”
For these classes, the studio recommends bringing a water bottle and wearing comfortable, athletic clothing. First-timers should plan to arrive about 10 minutes before class to fill out a waiver.
The hourlong sessions are offered at 6 p.m. each weekday. No day is usually more or less crowded than others, according to ClassPass data. Visit the ClassPass page to browse the schedule and sign up, and check out Instagram (cflodo) and Facebook for more.
Gym Time at Anytime Fitness
3698 W. 44th Ave., West Highland and other metro locations
If a free-form workout is your idea of decompressing after work, the city offers several open gym options, including Gym Time at Anytime Fitness.
The gym suggests comfortable workout clothing and athletic shoes, along with water.
Sessions run continuously between 5 and 7 p.m., all of which are considered peak times. See the ClassPass page to book a spot. For more on the venue, see Instagram (anytimefitness), Twitter or Facebook.
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