10 Great New Year Workouts in Charlotte

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10 Great New Year Workouts in Charlotte to Try This Winter

We’ve all made New Year’s resolutions and not kept them. This year, keep your resolutions with these fun, all-levels workouts across the city.

Words By: Lorenza Medley

Iron Butterfly Pilates

Cost: $40 for one semi-private class

Address: 2108 South Boulevard

Iron Butterfly is a pilates studio in Charlotte that works with men and women in pilates and physical therapy. The 3,000 square foot facility has five private instruction rooms, pilates equipment, balanced body equipment, and shower facilities.


CrossFit Charlotte

Cost: $18 for a walk-in with a coach

Address: 9535 Monroe Road, #100

Push yourself has hard as you can at CrossFit Charlotte. They welcome everyone from NFL athletes to grandparents. The community built there is very close-knit and willing to help you reach your goals, and maybe go beyond. 


NC Dance District

Cost: $15 for drop-in classes

Address: 4109 Stuart Andrew BLVD, Suite A

Improve your dance skills and break a sweat at the NC Dance District. Created by former NBA dancer, Ana Ogbueze, the NC Dance District teaches students dance on all levels of industry hip-hop style dances. It’s one of the most New Year workouts options in Charlotte, that’s for certain!


Charlotte Yoga

Cost: $20 for one class

Address: 1730 E. Woodlawn Suite E.

Find your zen Charlotte Yoga. They provide personalized instruction while staying as close to traditional Hatha yoga as possible. Get ready to find inner peace and sculpt your body at Charlotte Yoga.


Core 704

Cost: $ 25-380

Address: 2300 North Davidson Street, Suite 1

Get ready to break a sweat at one of Core 704’s two locations in NoDa or South End. Their intensified Pilates workouts combined with their trainers will get you to your goals in no time. Go as hard as you can on one of their three 50-minute workouts: CoreFORMER, CoreSTRETCH, or CoreAAO. 


Charlotte Ultimate Cheer

Cost: $100

Address: 7816 Tyner St.

Charlotte Ultimate Cheer helps empower girls through cheer by teaching self-discipline, organization, teamwork, and leadership. The founder, Coach Black, was a cheerleader herself and strives to help girls become active in their lives and communities through cheer.


Hive Fitness

Cost: $59 – $159

Address: 129 Southside Dr.

Hive Fitness combines an open gym with four fitness boutiques. The four boutiques they have are a bootcamp-style studio, cardio, yoga, and cycling. Get a great workout without hurting your wallet and head on down to Hive Fitness.


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ISI Elite Training

Cost: $

Address: 2452 Park Rd

Gone are the days of working out at the gym without knowing what anything does. ISI Elite Training is a fitness center that has a 50-minute workout that caters to all fitness levels. Their workout is structured so no time is wasted trying to figure out what to do next. Trainers will help guide you through the workout and push you to your limit.