Whether you're wanting to take some pounds off to fit into that swim suit this summer, or you just simply want to feel better, there are many ways to lose weight in Abilene.

  • Join a Gym

    There are several gyms in Abilene that offer multiple ways to lose weight. Whether you want to lift weights, get on the cross trainer, swim or get on the treadmill, you can achieve your weight loss goal with any of these gyms listed below.

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  • Bike Riding

    Want to feel like a kid again and get some exercise? Abilene offers several places to ride a bike. Whether it's just riding around the block in our neighborhood or hitting some of the trails around Abilene, bike riding is one of the best exercises you can do for your body.

    Check out some bike trails around our area, followed by places to get your bike or bike accessories, with the links below.

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  • Disc Golf

    Disc Golf is not only a good way to get some exercise in, but it's a ton of fun. Depending on the course, disc golf can give you a pretty good work out as you're constantly moving. And, the sport has grown quite a bit over the years. In fact, Abilene offers several unique courses. More info on those courses with the link below.

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  • Marital Arts

    Martial Arts of any kind will not only help you lose weight, but it also teaches you to defend yourself if you have to, which effectively raises your self esteem. I can't even begin to tell you how many different types of martial arts there are out there, but there are several experts in Abilene that can help you figure out which one to choose. Check out the links below for more information on martial arts classes in Abilene.

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  • Walk, Run or Jog At A Park

    One thing that is cool about Abilene, is all of the parks throughout the key city - and a lot of them have tracks that you can run, walk, or jog on. I know that Red Bud, Sears Park and Nelson Park all have tracks. Check out the link below for a park near you.

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