A strong web presence requires an awesome theme.
I’ve searched the web high and low for the best fitness WordPress themes and highlighted just seven below. These themes are highly customizable, packed with the features you need and have beautiful aesthetics to match.
WordPress Fitness Themes
Whether you’re running a gym, fitness club, or other fitness related organization, consider these your top choices for building a website.
Every theme listed below is modern, mobile-friendly, and updated for the latest version of WordPress.
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1. JustFit by MyThemeShop
JustFit is a highly adaptive theme and is a great option for many types of health and fitness sites.
The main highlight of this theme is the page builder. With different content blocks, you can drag-and-drop to create any kind of page you want. The “content block” screenshot above shows just one of many elements you can create to show off your gym, fitness club, or personal results.
With WooCommerce integration, you can use this theme to sell supplements and gym equipment straight from your website.
- Drag-and-drop page builder
- Flexible homepage slider
- Video post section
- WooCommerce integration
- Custom colors
2. In Shape by ThemeFuse
In Shape has so many great components, it’s hard to show them all in screenshots. In addition to pages for workouts and individual exercises, In Shape also includes a services page, a special “stories” layout for successful practitioners, a workout of the day section, and an events calendar.
In Shape is a beautiful theme and it may be the most full-featured WordPress theme for fitness sites available.
- Workout page templates
- Pricing table for selling classes
- Events calendar
- Custom fonts and colors
- Responsive slider (3 styles)
3. Sportify by Tesla Themes
Sportify is a modern fitness and athletics theme. Its aesthetic is perfect for fitness, weight lifting, and sites specializing in any sport.
This theme lets you post a public schedule of your classes including individual sections with more info about them. Visitors can pay to signup for classes right from your site.
If selling classes isn’t your thing, you can run an active blog or transform your site into a full e-commerce store with WooCommerce.
- WooCommerce integration
- Class schedule (two layouts)
- Beautiful image slider
- Fitness trainer pages
- Sell classes through your site
4. Aerofit by InkThemes
Aerofit is a one-page fitness theme. If you don’t want all the bells and whistles of a more complex theme, this might be the perfect choice for you.
Aerofit condenses the critical features and content a gym site needs into one page. Show off pictures in a gallery, list your personal trainers, and even add a pricing table where visitors can signup for a membership.
While it is a “one-page” theme, you can still run a blog and publish as many posts as you want.
- Quick & easy setup
- Many content sections such as gallery, video, and testimonials
- Several color palettes
- Fully responsive
- Display current trainers
5. Young by InkThemes
The Young fitness center theme is a good choice for gyms and health clubs.
This theme excels at highlighting media from your gym and making it easy to get in touch. Show visitors the classes they can take, your active fitness coaches, and even let them make purchases straight from your site.
- Trainers page template
- WooCommerce integration
- Display each day’s classes
- Easily display hours & contact info
- Built-in rating system
6. MediYoga by InkThemes
While other themes put more emphasis on news and community, MediYoga focuses on getting people into your studio. It features a contact form at the top of the homepage to get people to signup for a class.
MediYoga is not a flashy theme, but in many regards, it’s very well designed. Contact details, additional info about yoga/fitness, and the class schedule are all easy to find and read.
- Homepage contact form
- Complete class schedule
- Easy to find contact info
- Image gallery page
- Built-in booking system
7. Olympic by CSSIgniter
Olympic uses a muted black-and-white color palette with yellow accents to highlight call-to-actions. This theme lets you show off images from around your gym and share personal trainer bios.
Olympic lacks specific templates for showcasing classes and exercises, but it does have quite a few customization options for colors and layout.
- Responsive homepage slider
- Integration with the Events Calendar plugin
- Image gallery template
- Many sidebar layout variations
- Multiple color schemes
Choosing the best fitness theme
Each theme listed above has different strengths and weaknesses. If you find one you like and it’s missing a feature, search for a plugin to make up for it. Likewise, if there’s a theme that doesn’t quite look the way you want it to, check if it has ample customization options to make some changes.
Regardless of your decision, any one of these WordPress themes for fitness would be an excellent choice for your site.
Is there anything else you want to know about these themes or starting your site? Post a comment below.