Try your luck at these Dallas-Fort Worth fitness happenings in March
Much like the flowers and trees, this gorgeous spring weather has us perking up and ready to stretch. Put all that new-found energy to good use with a new type of workout, classes meant to build camaraderie, or a storied Dallas tradition.
Here's what's on the fitness calendar this month:
Rumble Boxing Frisco, now open
The boutique fitness concept that was founded in New York City and counts Justin Bieber, David Beckham, and Kendall Jenner among its fans has opened a new studio at 4331 Main St. in Frisco. The experience is a 45-minute, 10-round, full-body cardio and strength workout crafted around specially designed, water-filled, teardrop-style boxing bags. Right now classes are buy one, get one for first-timers.
Crescent Fit, now open
Managed by The Spa at The Crescent and available exclusively to the employees and tenants of The Crescent building at 500 Crescent Ct., this new two-story fitness center features state-of-the-art strength training equipment, including Peloton Bikes and REFLEX treadmills by Freemotion, as well as free weights for individual training or group classes.
ATTPAC Wellness Series: Zumba, Tuesdays, March 7-28
Join a true outdoor dance cardio party in Sammons Park with popular Dallas instructor and Social Joy founder Martha Palacios. This class is perfect for anybody and everybody, whether you’ve ever danced or not. The secret sauce is highly motivating music and easy-to-follow choreography. All fitness levels are welcome. You only need water, a towel and positive vibes — it's free with an RSVP.
International Women's Day at Movement, March 8
Join this climbing gym — with locations in The Hill and the Design District — for women-led yoga and fitness classes, plus pop-ups by women-owned businesses. Stop by The Hill at 7 pm for a special edition Women's Climb Night.
St. Paddy's Day Dash Down Greenville 5K, March 11
This green-drenched race has kicked off the St. Paddy's Day Parade festivities for nearly three decades, and this year is introducing a brand-new course. Participants will have a chance to walk, jog, run, and dance on the parade route for the first time ever, and will be competing for the largest cash prize ever offered by the run (up to $750). Off the race course, all participants can get into the competitive spirit with the annual St. Paddy's Day Spirit Tutu Contest and a donut eating contest.
Time to Paddy 5K/10K and Lucky 13.1, March 12
Head to Marine Creek Lake in Forth Worth for a family-friendly race with a St. Patrick's Day theme. All registered participants receive a shirt guaranteed to ward off pinches come March 17.
Arlington Marathon, March 26
This annual marathon, half-marathon, and 5K welcomes competitive runners, mid-pack runners, joggers, and walkers, beginning at the UTA Mavericks Stadium.