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Get Your Sweat On at These Trendy Fitness Centers & Gyms in West Hollywood

All those toned and sculpted bodies you see around West Hollywood take hard work. If you aim to stay fit and sexy, too, you’re in luck.

Rumble Boxing Gym

West Hollywood is where so many exercise and wellness trends are born. And when you visit, you’re in the perfect place to try the latest innovations in fitness. Meet spin instructors who double as motivational speakers, book a one-on-one boot camp with a celebrity trainer, or work up a sweat in gyms with lighting and sound systems that would make some nightclubs jealous. (And when you’re done, revitalize your mind, body and soul at one of these top-rated spas.)

Here are some of our favorite spots to hit your fitness goals in West Hollywood.


Barry’s impressive list of satisfied celebrity clients, like Jessica Biel, is more than enough evidence that their system works. Their workouts combine running and jogging with functional strength training targeting specific parts of the body, like arms and abs on Monday and full body on Friday. Look for Barry’s newest workout, Ride X Lift, which is 50% low-impact cardio on a stationary bike and 50% lifting weights on the floor. Single-class passes at Barry’s are $34. | 1106 N. La Cienega Blvd. #101-104 | (310) 360-6262

Mansion Fitness

Mansion Fitness

With its crystal chandeliers and club-like lighting, Mansion Fitness is by far the most glamorous gym in town; it’s located in John Wayne’s former apartment at the Sunset Tower Hotel, after all. But don’t let the luxurious surroundings deceive you: Mansion is a serious gym founded by a former Marine, offering demanding, one-on-one personal training. And with only six people allowed in at once, gymgoers never have to fight for space or wait for their favorite piece of equipment. You can book a single 60-minute workout for $35 or a one-hour personal training session for $165. | 8358 W. Sunset Blvd. | (323) 378-5818


Touted as a “game changer” by Jennifer Aniston (who joined the company as a partner in 2023), Pvolve was created by and for women as a more sustainable, but no less effective, alternative to traditional strength and weight training. Their method combines low-impact movement with resistance equipment for a workout that sculpts, tones and strengthens your body. The result? A lifted butt, toned legs, sculpted arms and “lines you won’t believe” in your abs. Visitors can drop into any class for $36. Classes fill up quickly, so we recommend reserving your spot in advance. | 8447 Melrose Ave. | (332) 322-5437

Reebok LAB

CrossFit can be intimidating. But the team at Reebok LAB understands we aren’t all aspiring to be the next Tia-Clair Toomey-Orr (the six-time CrossFit Games champion, for those who aren’t familiar with the sport). Reebok LAB offers classes that challenge your entire body, from strength training to cardio conditioning. Classes are available Monday–Sunday at varying times; drop-in passes are $30. | 8466 Melrose Ave. | (323) 413-2024



Ever wonder how Taylor Swift was able to tackle a rigorous 151-show tour schedule? Or how Hugh Jackman got ripped for Wolverine? DOGPOUND, the renowned gym by fitness expert Kirk Myers, is where these celebrities (and others) come to get in the best shape of their lives. Low-frills and hardcore, DOGPOUND is an all-trainer facility that promises to help you “smash your fitness goals,” even if you’re just popping in during your vacation. They offer a variety of a la carte training sessions, as well as a robust class schedule that includes options like Mobility & Stretch, Mat Pilates and Power Hour, a high-intensity class designed to “leverage your body’s ability to adapt and evolve.” | 627 N. Robertson Blvd. | (424) 323-4723

Training Mate

Training Mate is a circuit-based HIIT class founded by a former Australian pro rugby player. They offer individual exercises rooted in cardio and resistance that incorporate all manner of equipment, including bikes, bands and kettlebells. The key is that each exercise only lasts 45 seconds, during which you’re encouraged to push yourself as hard as you can. This means you can get in a great workout while still working at the pace that’s right for you. Training Mate offers both full-body and specific region courses — like their legs and glutes class, titled “Thunder Down Under” — for a drop-in rate of $29. | 7825 Santa Monica Blvd. | (323) 380-5492

Hot Pilates

Hot Pilates

Add a little sizzle to your typical workout routine by turning up the heat at this Sunset Plaza Pilates studio founded by Mari Windsor, trainer to athletes, models and celebrities. All the classes, from Arms, Abs, A$$ to Full Body Sculpt, are heated to 95 degrees and incorporate mat work, bands and weights. Single classes are $40, and reservations are recommended. | 8604A Sunset Blvd. | (310) 360-8889


BoxUnion offers heart-pumping, 45-minute boxing classes that are all about punching and moving to the beat. Participants gather in a dimly lit studio to mix up rhythmic bag work with body-weight strength training and yoga. The key here is that you never stop moving, guaranteeing you get in your cardio for the day. BoxUnion’s West Hollywood location is in the same plaza as Blue Bottle, so you can reward yourself for a job well done with an iced coffee after class. Their $33 single-class pass is perfect for travelers. | 120 N. Robertson Blvd. | (424) 477-2698

F45 Training

Backed by big names like Mark Wahlberg and David Beckham, F45 Training is a chain of fitness studios that began in Australia in 2013 and now has 2,000 outposts around the world. West Hollywood’s location is a short walk from the restaurants and shops that line Santa Monica Boulevard, making it a great place to sneak in a workout while exploring the area. F45 offers a variety of high-intensity, functional group workouts that are fun, fast and efficient. Visitors can book a single class for $35. | 1234 N. La Brea Ave., Suite D | (310) 728-4028

Rumble Boxing Gym

The interior of Rumble Boxing in West Hollywood that is dimly lit with LED lights.
Rumble Boxing Gym

One part boxing gym, one part dance club, Rumble will get your heart pumping and your body moving to a hip-hop beat. Led by impressive athletes who double as DJs and motivational speakers, Rumble workouts are 45 minutes of pure adrenaline, complete with flashy lights, loud music and lots of hard-earned sweat. It’s the ultimate way to pound out any pent-up tension you’re carrying in your body (or mind). Try a class during your vacation in West Hollywood for $34. | 8544 Sunset Blvd. #104 | (213) 246-2621

Brick Fitness

Seeking a gym that feels like a home away from home? Try out a class at Brick Fitness while in West Hollywood. Brick offers an array of fitness classes, including CrossFit, yoga and B/X, a cardio-heavy workout designed to push you to your limit. Visitors can also stop by during Brick’s open gym hours, which vary each day. They have flexible drop-in options for non-members. Give them a call to learn more about pricing and availability. | 7811 Santa Monica Blvd. | (323) 375-2883

Speir Pilates

Co-founded by Liz Polk and renowned Pilates instructor Andrea Speir, this WeHo studio was touted by Well + Good as “the Pilates-cardio hybrid of your sweat-filled dreams.” They offer three classes: Signature, an all-levels, core-centric workout; Sweat, a high-intensity workout that combines Pilates with Tabata and HIIT; and Recover, a flowing session focused on flexibility and muscle restoration. Drop-in classes are $45 and should be reserved in advance. | 8356 Santa Monica Blvd. | (310) 596-3191

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