GUIDE: 17 gyms to choose from in the Lake Travis-Westlake area

Train 4 the Game is one of many gym options available in the western Travis County area.

Train 4 the Game is one of many gym options available in the western Travis County area.

The Lake Travis-Westlake area is full of places dedicated to fitness. Below, find a noncomprehensive guide to gym-based fitness centers in western Travis County.

  1. Orangetheory Fitness-Lakeway

This gym offers a one-hour, full-body workout experience that homes in on endurance, strength and power. Orangetheory uses heart rate-based interval training and projects real-time heart rate results on large screens in the studio.

1516 S. RM 620, Ste. 100, Lakeway


2. Orangetheory Fitness-Four Points
7301 N. RM 620, Ste. 175, Austin


3. Orangetheory Fitness-Arbor Town Square
10721 Research Blvd., Ste. A-100, Austin


4. F45 Training-West Oak Hill
F is for functional training, and 45 is for the total time of every F45 Training class. This gym centers around high-intensity, circuit-training workouts.

7101 W. Hwy. 71, Ste. E12, Austin


5. F45 Training-Lakeway
3944 S. RM 620, Ste. 120, Bee Cave


6. F45 Training-Westlake
3201 Bee Caves Road, Ste. 134, Austin


7. Wild Basin Fitness-Westlake
This gym has a custom-designed, resort-style spa and fitness center with a gym and massage area.

317 Grace Lane, Ste. L-100, Austin


8. Ironsmith Fitness-Lakeway
This fitness center offers a little bit of everything: one-on-one training, sports performance training, semi-private training and an assortment of cardio classes.

2300 Lohmans Spur, Ste. 136, Lakeway


9. Burn Boot Camp-Westlake
With a 700-calorie burn average in 45 minutes, Burn Boot Camp is designed to maximize your workout during camp times. The gym also offers focus meetings with a head trainer and complimentary child care.

6317 Bee Caves Road


10. Burn Boot Camp-Lakeway
1603 N. RM 620, Ste. 100, Lakeway


11. Lake Travis Fit Body Boot Camp
Each camp comes with a 30-minute fat-loss workout and specialized Afterburn workout that combines high-intensity interval training, or HIIT, and active rest training to help the body burn twice the fat and calories.

5200 Electric Ave., Ste. 300, Spicewood


12. BodyWise Gym
This gym has an assortment of classes from obstacle race training to HIIT. BodyWise also has a cardio room, weight room, trainers and clothing retail shop.

2901 N. RM 620, Austin


13. Train 4 The Game
Train 4 The Game individualizes workouts based on a 3-D movement evaluation designed to help meet specific goals. Coaches help reduce the risk of injury and provide education for a variety of body types.

3201 Bee Caves Road, Ste. 121, Austin


14. Hill Country Indoor Sports and Fitness
This indoor sports and fitness facility offers a range of sports, such as basketball, soccer, volleyball and more while also providing cardio, weights and private trainings.

13875 Bee Cave Parkway, Bee Cave


15. Gold’s Gym-Westlake
Gold’s Gym includes amenities, such as a pool, cardio equipment, a spa, a smoothie bar and more. There are also a range of fitness classes and opportunities to work with a personal trainer.

701 S. Capital of Texas Hwy., West Lake Hills


16. West Austin Strength and Conditioning
This gym offers small-group strength and conditioning training along with private training, nutrition education and tailored program designs.

1705 Cuernavaca Drive, Austin


17. CrossFit Lake Travis
From 5:30 a.m.-6 p.m., CrossFit Lake Travis offers an assortment of workouts to increase stamina and boost core strength and conditioning.

5324 Reimers-Peacock Road



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