Blog

Our blog is the way we connect with you. Whether we are bragging on a member's achievements, divulging gym tips, examining an interesting topic or sharing how we REALLY feel about something - we select each post because we are passionate about what we do at City Gym.

Hailee Bland-Walsh, City Gym Owner

Please join the entire City Gym staff in welcoming Ian Cambell and Josh Guffey to the management team! Ian will oversee Group Fitness and Josh Guffey will take the helm as head of Personal Training!

Coming this Month!

City Grind and City Strike are finally here! Whether you are new to fitness or an athlete who wants expert instruction, these classes are for you. Members can register 23 hours prior to class - guests are walk-in only ($15)!

City Strike

Saturdays | 10:15am  | Waldo
Mondays | 5:30pm | Downtown

Community Spotlight

Every month we highlight one of our partners, staff or members. We realize members don't always have time for small talk, so our monthly spotlight is just one way we try to connect our community and highlight all the fun an interesting people we call family!

Tell us about your fitness journey (cont.)!

Community Spotlight

Every month we highlight one of our partners, staff or members. We realize members don't always have time for small talk, so our monthly spotlight is just one way we try to connect our community and highlight all the fun an interesting people we call family!

What do you do in your free time/What do you enjoy? 

Megan W., CGKC Member

Every month we highlight one of our partners, staff or members. We realize members don't always have time for small talk, so our monthly spotlight is just one way we try to connect our community and highlight all the fun an interesting people we call family!

If you take classes, what is your favorite class and why?

Hailee Bland-Walsh, City Gym Owner

We know Dr. King today through the legacy of his incredible social justice work. What we often forget is that Dr. King began as a young pastor of the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, in Montgomery Alabama. He was only 25 years old.

So that's the legacy that is available to you should you choose to grab it. That should inspire each of you to keep pushing for progress in whatever field you're in and whatever communities that you live in, knowing that your efforts matter.

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