Local gyms and studios help students break a sweat without breaking the bank

Lexi Erickson exits VASA gym after breaking a sweat. (Natalie Bothwell)

There may be no other word that jumps at a penny pinching college student more than “free.”

Gyms often provide free workouts to advertise the benefits of using their facility.

Listed below are some of the local gyms and studios that offer free classes and workouts:

3B Yoga
3B Yoga is located at The Shops at Riverwoods. The studio’s goal is to teach what it means to “breathe,” “bend” and “be.”

3B Yoga studio manager Nicole Snow was the first teacher to start the free community class.

“Yoga is for everyone, so we love to offer a community class. We want everyone to feel the magic of yoga,” Snow said.

3B Yoga’s community class is held every Saturday at 4 p.m.

3B Yoga’s interns teach the class, which helps the aspiring instructors gain experience, according to Snow. The class is a regular yoga class that is meant for all stages of yogis, including beginners.

The VASA Fitness Logo. VASA Fitness offers several free passes to introduce new customers to its workout classes. (Natalie Bothwell)

VASA Fitness
VASA offers different ways to receive free workouts through passes.

These passes include free weekend, free trial three-day, and free class pass.

BYU Student Lexi Erickson attends VASA for an occasional free workout.

“It’s great they offer free classes, because I think it’s smart to have the chance to try out different classes and see if you want to sign up for them later,” Erickson said.

Classes available through the free class pass include aqua, cardio, interval, pump, core, cycle, silver sneakers, and yoga.

The free weekend pass and free three-day trial pass allows access to the entire gym facility.

Provo Crossfit

Provo Crossfit provides workouts that will train through guidance and motivation.

Provo Cross Fit offers a free intro workout class. This class introduces the customer to a culture of high-intensity workouts within a community that supports and trains.

Those interested can sign up for the free intro class at the Provo Cross Fit website.


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