Southlake's F45 Training location to open in August

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F45 Training in Southlake will feature daily classes with emphasis on cardio and strength training. (Courtesy F45 Training)

F45 Training in Southlake will feature daily classes with emphasis on cardio and strength training. (Courtesy F45 Training)

Cross trainers in the Southlake area will soon have a new option as F45 Training’s latest franchise prepares to open the week of Aug. 3.

Designed for people seeking a quick but challenging and varying workout, the fitness facility focuses on 45-minute workouts with an emphasis on either cardio or strength training, depending on the day of the week. The facility at 1221 E. SH 114, Ste. 120, was formerly the site of a Pilates Mixology location that closed in November.

“I feel like Southlake, we’re just very intimate as a community,” studio manager Brittani Miller said. “I love all the different gyms, the different varieties we have here. It’s such a tight-knit community. I think F45 builds that in its studio, and I actually fell into F45 going to the one in Dallas on Main Street and live here in Southlake.”

According to Miller, the gym will offer cardio classes on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays with strength classes offered Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Saturdays feature a one-hour class with an equal emphasis on cardio and strength training as well as a live DJ.

Participants will be prompted to follow on-screen directions while two instructors will move around the workout area and offer one-on-one attention.

Miller said extra precautions are being taken amid the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure patron health and safety. Participants will adhere to the latest social distancing measures and must bring their own mats, towels and water. All guests will have their temperature taken before being admitted into the building.

Class times are still being finalized by Miller and will be available on the F45 Training website at

More information on F45 Training, as well as its lifetime discount promotion, can be found on the website or by calling 817-930-2648.

Mike Graham


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