Sugar Land Missouri City Fitness Guide 2014

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ATHLETIC STORES

Finish Line Sports

Gulf Coast Athletic Supply

Soccer4All

Texas Running Company

CROSSFIT

Atomic CrossFit

CrossFit Caveman

CrossFit Destruction

CrossFit Sugar Land

DANCE

Fort Bend Academy of Dance

Shingari's School of Rhythm

Sugar Land Dance Center

  • 9920 Hwy. 90, Ste. B-270
  • Sugar Land 281-491-7530

GYMS AND TRAINING

Athletic and Performing Arts Center

  • 4502 Hwy. 6, Ste. C, Sugar Land

-AND-

The Body Elite

Define Body & Mind

Dynamic Fitness

Flex Fitness Personal Training

Fitness Connection

Nifty After Fifty

One2One Training Center

Pure Barre

Revolution Studio

Sea Star Swimschool and Gymnastics

Scoop Pilates and Personal Training

Snap Fitness

Sugar Land Gymnastics

United Cross Training

MARTIAL ARTS

K-Tiger Tae Kwon Do

  • 2821 Dulles Ave.
  • Missouri City 281-403-2500

Leonardo Xavier Gracie Jiu-Jitsu

Sienna Gymnastics and Karate

Tiger-Rock Martial Arts

Title Boxing Fitness Club

Tx 3rd Coast MMA

YOGA

Awakened Yoga

Bikram Hot Yoga

Dahn Yoga

FITNESS ON A BUDGET

There are many ways for Sugar Land and Missouri City residents to stay active. When working out on a budget, residents can take advantage of the city's intricate bicycle and pedestrian trail systems that link parks and fitness areas around the community.

On the weekends, select Fort Bend ISD campuses have athletic facilities, such as walking tracks and sports fields, open to the public. Whether a quick morning run or an informal game of football or soccer with friends, there are many areas where residents can exercise for free.

Local neighborhoods offer formal and informal fitness classes, such as Tai Chi, boot camp or tennis. Check with local community associations and recreation centers for a listing of locations and available sessions.

Fitness in the Plaza series

Every Friday, Sugar Land Town Square hosts Fitness in the Plaza where attendees can take part in organized group fitness classes free of charge.

9–10 a.m.—Boot Camp with John Hood

9:30–11 a.m.—Fit4Mom with Alana Chapman

10–11 a.m.—Zumba classes

9–9:55 a.m.—Pure Barre with Tina Cesta (second Friday)

Local recreation centers

For those who want to join a recreational sports team, play pick-up games or take part in a variety of other physical activities, Sugar Land and Missouri City have several local recreation centers that offer recreation and fitness courses for all ages. Prices for classes vary.

Imperial Park Recreation Center

  • 234 Matlage Way
  • Sugar Land 281-275-2885
  • www.sugarlandtx.gov
  • Dancing, jazzercise, martial arts, seasonal camps, Tai Chi, yoga, youth and adult sports, Zumba

Missouri City Recreation and Tennis Center

  • 2701 Cypress Point Drive
  • Missouri City 281-403-8637
  • www.missouricitytx.gov
  • Batting cages, basketball, dancing, group and personal fitness classes, tennis, volleyball, weight training

The Perry Abernathy Recreation Center

  • 431 Eldridge Road
  • Sugar Land 281-634-8927
  • www.theparc.org
  • Children and adult sports teams, exercise classes, child care services

T.E. Harman Center

  • 226 Matlage Way
  • Sugar Land 281-275-2893
  • www.sugarlandtx.gov/teharman
  • Senior programs, dancing, fitness and health training, Tai Chi, Walking Club at First Colony Mall, yoga, Zumba

*This is not a comprehensive list. If your business was not included, please email

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