The 10 Best Fitness Centres in Madison, Wisconsin

The 10 Best Fitness Centres in Madison, Wisconsin

  1. Capital Fitness

Capital Fitness located in 15 N Butler St, Madison, WI 53703 has a variety of amenities designed to help members get to that fitness level they so desire, their amenities include;

The Yoga Sangha

Group Fitness Classes

Personalized Training

Cardio Equipment

Free Weights

Weight Machines

Elevation Salon & Spa: Massage Therapy, Acupuncture, Full Salon Service.

They also have some of the best trainers in the business that are duly certified, here is a look at some of their trainers and their certifications;

Alex Cushman: ACSM Certified Personal Trainer, BS in Exercise Science.

CHRISSY PIENTOK: ACE Certified Personal Trainer ACE Certified Group Fitness Instructor.

  1. Michael Wagner: ACE Certified Personal Trainer.

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Kaila Pooler: ACE Certified Personal Trainer, ACE Group Fitness, E-Registered Yoga Instructor 200 Hour, IIN Nutrition & Health Coach, Johnny G Spinning & Schwinn Indoor Cycling, BarreAmped, Trauma-Sensitive Yoga, Trigger Point Therapy/Foam Rolling, BFA – Vocal Performance and Classical Acting.

Pete Brown: Resistance Training Specialist Mastery Certified Trainer (R.T.S.), BS in Exercise Science and Psychology.

Capital fitness is opened to members and non-members in the following hours: Mon 5:00 am – 11:00 pm Open now

Tue 5:00 am – 11:00 pm

Wed 5:00 am – 11:00 pm

Thu 5:00 am – 11:00 pm

Fri 5:00 am – 11:00 pm

Sat 7:00 am – 9:00 pm

Sun 7:00 am – 9:00 pm

They offer classes for adults of different ages but do not for kids as it is not deemed suitable for them, they also offer free parking lot for vehicles and bikes, and they also accept credit cards for payments.

Capital fitness can also be viewed on their website to get more info about their products and services at www.capitalfitness.net

Tess D who is from Fitchburg WI, said literally the only problem with Capital Fitness is that it is too popular. It is super clean, has a great selection of equipment, lots of free (with your membership) classes, and a sauna.

IPeak hours are hellish. On Mondays they always run out of towels, and people are always forgetting to rerack certain machines. I also wish there were classes during a greater range of hours – lots of them are early/midafternoon when I would think most people are working.

Other than that I love it and I am obviously glad it is popular and awesome rather than unpopular and terrible.

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