Mar 5, 2023 - Things to Do

Where to work out in the Twin Cities

A general view of a bootcamp and yoga workout as Fitbit Local Minneapolis launches at with a free event at Target Field

A yoga workout at Target Field. Photo: Stephen Maturen/Getty Images for Fitbit

Looking for a new workout? Mindbody sent Axios a list of popular studios and workouts in the Twin Cities, based on booking data and user nominations.


  • [solidcore] in St. Louis Park focuses on low-impact training. Prices depend on length of membership and number of classes.
  • ONX + Amelia, a yoga and fitness studio in St. Paul's Cathedral Hill, offers multiple membership packages, including a virtual pass, with varying prices.
  • ALTR in the Minneapolis North Loop focuses on high-intensity interval training and strength work. Prices depend on length of membership, amount of sessions and type of class.
  • Barry's studio, a national chain also located in the North Loop, offers cardio and strength-building workouts. Prices vary based on length of classes and membership.

Popular workouts: Strength training, yoga and Pilates were the top workout types in Minneapolis, according to Mindbody.

  • Hands-on and personal training exercises are popular at the St. Louis Park fitness club, McKinney said.
  • Low-intensity training and greater impact training are popular among most of the Americans surveyed by Mindbody.
  • Stretching and restorative yoga to recover from a workout are popular nationwide, too, per the survey.
  • Ice baths: More than one-third of those surveyed said they've tried or are interested in ice baths. Sounds perfect for Minnesotans.

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