Christine Koh

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15 Free Summer Fitness Programs

Remember last week when I told you how much I dig -- and am grateful for -- free programming (be sure to check out this post on 18 places to enjoy free entertainment all summer long)? Well, if you're looking to amp up your fitness this summer, it need not cost a thing! Here are 15 free summer fitness programs, mostly in Boston and also a bit beyond. Huge props to these organizations for encouraging activity and fun for free this summer!

1. Get your yoga and zumba on with your kids at kid fitness at Faneuil Hall (Boston)

2. Yoga, boot camp, tai chi, zumba, and more are offered all over the city this summer (Boston)

3. Dance the summer away with this weekly salsa in the park program (Boston)

4. Power vinyasa flow by Frog Pond every Thursday evening (Boston)

5. Zumba, sunset yoga, run club, and crossfit are offered on the Esplanade. (Boston)

6. A twice monthly Pilates meetup with cardio drills and core exercises (Boston)

7. Zumba and boot camp fitness classes every week in Christopher Columbus Park (Boston)

8. Tabata style boot camp can be found on the Greenway (Boston)

9. Pilates, yoga, HIIT, zumba, bootcamp are available weekly in Post Office Square (Boston)

10. Incredible views of Boston from Spectacle Island during these free yoga classes (Boston)

11. City Sports sponsors weekly running clubs in the Back Bay and in Porter Square (Boston, Cambridge)

12. Boot camp and zumba classes are led by veterans (Boston)

13 .Sunday Parkland Games: Enjoy recreational and play activities in the park. (Cambridge)

14. Summertime in the Street offers free yoga classes, along with CRT, strollfit, and freestyle fitness (Chestnut Hill)

15. Weekly yoga and monthly boot camp at Assembly Row (Somerville)

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