This is the best fitness studio in Seattle according to ClassPass

Jan 27 2020, 2:34 pm

ClassPass has officially named City Cycle as the best fitness studio in Seattle, and a couple of local instructors have won titles as well.

Community Fitness Studio‘s Medora Cesarono and Sweat Equity‘s Anthony Arrendondo both received the “Best Instructor” title in the leading fitness and wellness membership’s rankings.

Decided through an analysis of more than 24 million studio and instructor reviews and ratings made in 2019, the Seattle winners were announced alongside the other “bests” across North America.

For instance — if you’re visiting Vancouver, you’ll want to pop into Spin Society Cycling Studio Inc., and don’t miss Mile High Run Club on your trip to New York City; these spots have been named the top studios in their respective cities.

“ClassPass has the most robust database of fitness reviews on the planet, with access to global insights compiled from millions of attended classes at 30,000 partner studios, gyms and wellness providers across more than 28 countries,” says ClassPass Chief Commercial Officer Zach Apter.

“There is no aggregator or fitness platform with better insight into the top studios across America.”

Here’s a deeper look at the “bests” you’ll find across Seattle:

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City Cycle

 

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Wait for the lights to turn down low, mount your bike, and ride to the music. City Cycle is the place to be if you’re looking for a heavy workout that’s still fun and approachable. Combining dance, cardio, and full-body exercises, you’re sure to burn calories and gain smiles.

Studio address: 121 NW 85th Street, Seattle

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Community Fitness: Medora Cesarano

 

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With nearly 30 formats and over 100 classes a week, there’s bound to be something for you at Community Fitness. Medora Cesarano is a Dance Club instructor from Portland who’s been in the industry for over 30 years. Her classes are typically pretty busy but well worth the effort.

Studio address: 6108 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle

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Sweat Equity: Anthony Arrendondo

 

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Sweat Equity offers strength and endurance courses as well as a Camp Sweat Bootcamp. This circuit gym is not for the faint of heart and will definitely have you feeling worked out and motivated.

Studio address: 989 112th Avenue, Seattle

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