Fitness & Instruction
Largest cross-fit gym offers Olympic-style weight lifting and small circuit-training classes.
The local obsession with rackets and nets is nurtured at 1934-founded ALTA, now an amateur nonprofit with more than 80,000 highly competitive players.
The small but effective interval-training gym is well known for hosting bootcamp-style workout classes—think modified jump-roping, digs, squats, and push-ups—that leave you trembling and toned.
Located on the seventh floor of the Loews Hotel, this total-wellness spa whips you into overall shape the way health spas (like Arizona’s Canyon Ranch) used to do before so many of them got into the pampering business.
This is no peloton for middle-of-the-pack riders: There’s stadium-style seating on high-tech bikes, dimmed lighting, and plenty of attractive riders at this indoor cycling studio.
One of the world’s oldest and largest 10K races, there’s no more thrilling Atlanta moment than racing down the city’s main thoroughfare on July 4.