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Best Gyms
in Dallas

Why These Gyms?

Our goal is to connect people with the best local experts. We scored gyms on more than 25 variables across five categories, and analysed the results to give you a hand-picked list of the best gyms in Dallas, TX.

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Our Selection Criteria:

  • 1. Reputation

    A history of delighted customers and outstanding service.

  • 2. Credibility

    Building customer confidence with licensing, accreditations, and awards.

  • 3. Experience

    Masters of their craft, based on years of practical experience and education.

  • 4. Availability

    Consistently approachable and responsive, so customers never feel ignored.

  • 5. Professionalism

    Providing service with honesty, reliability, and respect.

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Body Tech Personal Training

Body Tech Personal Training is a 5,200 square foot, family-owned gym in the Dallas area. Clients use the facility to exercise as they wish during regular business hours and can come in after hours for sessions with a personal trainer. Members have access to showers, linens, free coffee and filtered water, Stott Pilates training, and Iyengar yoga classes.

Dallas, TX (469) 232-0300


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Builtco is a fitness facility in the Dallas area. The gym has a range of programs and its staff initially performs an analysis and evaluation of clients to determine their commitment level and exercise history. Members then receive a workout, meal, supplement, and recovery program. Builtco also has a Med Spa featuring hormone replacement therapy, managed HCG weight loss, dermal fillers and injections, and platelet rich plasma services.

Dallas, TX (214) 559-4772


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BURN Dallas Gym

BURN Dallas Gym is a Dallas fitness facility which focuses on High Intensity Interval Training or HIIT. There are classes every hour, and people can use treadmills, spin cycles, rowers, free weights, and plyometrics for strength training and cardio work. Patrons are invited to use My Zone wearable heart rate technology enabling to monitor and track their progress at the gym as well as when away.

Dallas, TX (214) 613-6154


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Clairevista Vitality Club

Clairevista Vitality Club is a Dallas fitness facility. The gym has weight-loss programs, personal training, a 21-Day Kickstart Program, stress reduction, golf conditioning, cardiovascular training, and athletic development. Membership is limited to 300 people to avoid over-crowding, and the staff includes C.H.E.K practitioners and coaches. Clairevista has an outdoor pool, outdoor turf, and supplement shop as well.

Dallas, TX (214) 744-5400


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Dallas Strength and Conditioning

Dallas Strength and Conditioning brings 25 years of combined experience in fitness to Dallas residents and specializes in strength training. Patrons can work on fat loss, powerlifting, Olympic weightlifting, kettlebell training, and sport-specific training. Customized programs tailored to clients' individual needs are also available. Dallas Strength and Conditioning also holds lifting seminars with Chris Riley and Brent Kim.

Dallas, TX (469) 964-5752


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Dallas Workout The Gym

Dallas Workout The Gym offers cardio, circuit, and power training to the general public as well as facilities for professional trainers and their clients in Dallas. Visitors can use a range of equipment from weight machines and kettlebells to suspension training and Olympic bumper plates. The gym has a 3,000 square foot fitness floor and is open 24-hours. Showers are available to those with membership.

Dallas, TX (214) 826-1466


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East Side Athletic Club

East Side Athletic Club is a Dallas gym with personal training, group training, and sports performance classes. The center's summer youth program is for ages 12 to 18 and focuses on athletic development for strength, power, speed, and agility. East Side Athletic Club has development programs for college and professional athletes as well and has been featured on DallasNews.com.

Dallas, TX (469) 334-0689


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Extreme Iron Pro Gym

Extreme Iron Pro Gym is a Dallas fitness center. Patrons have access to equipment including Hammer Strength, Iron Grip, Helix, and Freemotion. There is a supplement store on-site, and clients can also purchase pre-packaged ICONMeals. Personal training sessions, massage services, and additional classes such as on joint mobility are also available. Iron Military actively works with veterans to improve their mental well-being as well as physical strength and abilities.

Dallas, TX (972) 290-0969


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Lakewood Gym

Lakewood Gym is an East Dallas fitness center in business for more than 20 years. Clients visit the facility to use treadmills, ellipticals, kettlebells, a stretching area, and rowers. People also come to box and battle to stay in shape. The gym's owners invite trainers to work with their clients at Lakewood. Membership options are available, but Lakewood Gym does not require membership or use contracts.

Dallas, TX (214) 887-1620


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NXT Rep Fitness

NXT Rep Fitness is a 24-hour gym in the Dallas area. The center is open every day of the year and features a weight training center, half basketball court, turf for cross-training, group classrooms, cardio area, and personal training room. NXT Rep Fitness hosts a space for National Academy of Sports Medicine courses as well as for private events and seminars.

Dallas, TX (214) 353-7525


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Results Fitness

Results Fitness has been a family-owned gym and fitness center for almost 20 years in the Dallas area. Patrons have access to group training with a certified trainer as well as Zumba, yoga, Pilates, and kickboxing classes. Specialty programs include boxing, specialized small group training, and TRX training. Sauna and massage services are also available.

Dallas, TX (214) 357-5239


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Speedflex is a Dallas gym offering high intensity, low impact training sessions to clients. Each session is 30 minutes long and covers different exercises on Speedflex machines. The system is appropriate for all types of participants, from professional athletes to moms and those with medical conditions. Stephen Miller, Alan Shearer, and Rob Lee are the company's Ambassadors, and Speedflex has featured in Men's Health, The Daily Telegraph online, and Fit Pro Magazine.

Dallas, TX (972) 807-2973


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SWEAT Gym provides fitness classes and facilities to residents throughout Dallas. Members can choose from a range of classes including yoga, Zumba, spinning, and Boot Camp. All instructors are educated in their respective fields and maintain credentialed designations such as Certified Holistic Health Coach, American Association of Drugless Practitioners member, and NASM Certified. Trainers can help clients in a range of areas including nutrition, therapy, and strength conditioning.

Dallas, TX (214) 956-6700


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TELOS Fitness Center

TELOS Fitness Center is a gym in the Dallas area which combines exercise science and sports medicine with a fitness regimen. Clients receive full diagnostics to pinpoint areas in need of work and attention. TELOS provides personal training, group training and classes, yoga, Zumba, and Pilates. Massage therapy, sports rehab, and an on-site restaurant are also available. Patrons can sign up for Ortho-Kinetics® which uses corrective exercises and soft tissue therapy to get people in shape.

Dallas, TX (972) 386-2582


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Texins TI Fitness Center

Texins Fitness Center is a 68,000 square foot gym facility in the Dallas area. People visit the gym for assessments, group training, classes, and personal trainer sessions. Patrons have access to a temperature controlled pool and sports courts for games such as tennis, badminton, and volleyball. Swim lessons, a swim club, youth summer camp, and day care are also available. Texas Instruments owns the center.

Dallas, TX (214) 567-3777


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The Alpha Project

The Alpha Project is a gym which has direct access to the Katy Trail in Dallas. Trainers hold classes with a maximum of six clients and use a 40-day program consisting of 18 workouts and 40 days of a customized diet. Founder Rob Lord majored in Exercise Science at Hardin-Simmons University and is certified by the American College of Sports Medicine, USA Weightlifting, USA Track and Field, and Crossfit.

Dallas, TX (214) 557-1588


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The Triple D Fitness Group

The Triple D Fitness Group provides fitness programs to the Dallas area. People can choose from one-on-one sessions, corporate member training, group boot camps, and semi-private classes. Nutritional consulting, body diagnostics, and weight loss counseling are also available. Owner Darren Clark has been a trainer for almost 30 years, was on Reebok’s Fitness Pro Team, is a certified Nike Athletic Total Conditioning instructor, and has written for Dallas’ ScoreBoard Magazine.

Dallas, TX (866) 999-3443


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Trophy Fitness Club

Trophy Fitness Club is a Dallas gym with team and small group training as well as private fitness sessions. All workouts follow the guidelines and research from entities such as the American College of Sports Medicine, the American Council on Exercise, and the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America. Patrons can opt for a month-to-month membership with no contract to six-month and one-year packages.

Dallas, TX (214) 999-2826


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