4 free fitness classes in Atlanta

Get fit for free with these workouts around town
Avalon yoga
Free yoga in Avalon’s central greenspace

Photograph by Ryan Hayslip and Jeff Wolk

The free King of Pops yoga class held weekly at Historic Fourth Ward Skate Park (7 p.m., Tuesdays) draws hundreds, but you can try plenty of other outdoor classes that won’t cost you anything but sweat.

BYOM (bring your own mat) for yoga- and barre-inspired moves like sun salutations, pliés, and crunches in Avalon’s central green space. Wednesdays, 6 p.m.

FitWit Boot Camp
Hit the park stairs and benches in these high-intensity workouts (think jumping jacks, burpees, and planks). Saturdays, 8:30 a.m., D.H. Stanton Park; 9 a.m., Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark

Zumba with Gloria
This Latin American workout mixes hip-hop and salsa moves with more traditional exercises like squats and lunges. Saturdays, 9 a.m., by Park Tavern in Piedmont Park

Run. Walk. Go!
The Atlanta BeltLine and Big Peach Running Co. host monthly group runs along different sections of the multiuse trail. First Thursdays, 7 p.m., location varies

This article originally appeared in our May 2017 issue.