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Enjoy free fitness classes in San Antonio

Sign up for the city’s Fitness in the Park series.

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A little aqua zumba to cancel out la docena de tamales. | 📸 : @saparksandrec

If you’re like us, you probably made some fitness goals you’d like to achieve in 2024. Good news — you don’t have to get that gym membership just yet. Today, we want to share some ways you can get active without having to shell out extra cash for a gym or personal trainer.

From aerobics to Zumba — literally from A-Z Fitness in the Park is a city-wide health + wellness initiative that offers free programs for the community across the Alamo City. There are a variety of free exercise and fitness classes for all ages + ability levels. The best part, most classes don’t even require registration.

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There is also no limit to how many classes you’d like to join, so here are three to get you started:

FIP Beginner Tennis | Tuesdays in February | 6-7 p.m. | Fairchild Park, 1214 E. Crockett St. | Free, no registration required | Ages 6+ | Interested in learning a new sport? Well lace up those tennis shoes and get ready to learn the basics of tennis.

FIP Yoga | Tuesdays in February | 5-6 p.m. | Enrique Barrera Community Fitness Center, 5800 Enrique M. Barrera Parkway | Free, no registration required | Ages 18+ | Practice your flow + poses with this hour-long yoga class.

FIP Aqua Combat | Thursdays + Fridays in February | Various times | San Antonio Natatorium, 1430 W. Cesar Chavez | Free, no registration required | Ages 18+ | Break a sweat with this high intensity interval training class in water using specialized floating Aqua Fit boards.

FIP STORM Bike Group Ride | Thursdays in February | 6:30-8:30 p.m. | McAllister Park, 13102 Jones Maltsberger Rd. | Free, no registration required | Ages 18+ | Meet new friends with this cycling group as you ride through one of the city’s parks. Pro tip: Bring a helmet light in case it gets dark.

If you can’t make it to these classes, check out the calendar for more available dates.

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