This Parkcenter Boulevard full-service health club (about 4 miles from downtown) is one of the largest and most impressive gyms in Idaho.
Whether it's for mindless jogging without concern for traffic or the ability to enjoy a precisely measured interval session, convenient access to a 400-meter track is a rare treat for runners.
- Running Route
Located only a hop, skip and jump from most downtown hotels, the Boise River Greenbelt links over 850 acres of parks and preserves via paved paths that stretch for more than 25 miles on both banks.
- Running Route
With multiple locations in the Boise area, the founder of this yoga, Sumits Banerjee, has a strong hold on the yogi community. Having been trained in Bikram as well as Vinyasa, Sumits has created a heated class that consists of a mix of Bikram with Vinyasa flow set to music.
- Bikram and Other Yoga Styles
As a multi-function space, the premise of Muse Studio is to offer a space for cultivating art of all kinds, including yoga and healing. While it isn't your "traditional" yoga studio, it provides an inspiring atmosphere for connecting with your yoga practice and the community.
Huge trail system meandering through the local foothills. Routes vary in distance and difficulty. Will require a drive to pick up a trailhead from downtown. Website has a lot of helpful details.
- Run or Hike Route
Sage Yoga's downtown studio offers a wide variety of yoga styles. Ashtanga, Hot Yoga Flow, Dynamic, Vinyasa, Nia Yoga and even Tai Chi are on the menu. In terms of the space, the second floor studio is fairly upscale and day-spa-like.
- Run or Mountain Bike Route
For those desiring a unique and challenging workout experience, Urban Ascent offers an indoor, faux-rock climbing facility. Climbing routes with various levels of difficulty are available.
- Rock Climbing