As our daily lives are impacted by COVID-19 and the temporary closure of Gold’s Gym facilities, we are excited to provide free at-home workout classes via Instagram Live on our Instagram page @GoldsGymSoCal.  

During this challenging time, our mission is to provide members and our community with FREE tools to stay fit physically and mentally from the comfort of your home.



Circuit Training

Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays at 9AM & 12:30PM PST

Tuesdays & Thursdays at 5PM PST

This circuit training, with our Director of Fitness, Andrea Ausmus, cycles through several exercises targeting different muscle groups with minimal rest in between. The result is a workout that taxes your muscular strength, endurance, and cardiorespiratory system. We will incorporate HIIT to incinerate calories maximizing our training session!

We encourage you to find light weights around your home, such as filled water bottles, books, backpacks. Whatever weight is within your fitness range, let's bring it!


Stretch & Roll

Tuesdays & Thursdays at 9AM and 6PM PST

Sundays at 10AM PST

Taught by our Director of Fitness Education Roman Chavez, this Stretch & Recovery class will improve muscle recovery by helping lactic acid subside, as well as soreness recovery after a workout. Stretching also benefits muscle recovery by increasing length and mobility.


Pilates Mat & Mindful Flow

Our Group Fitness Director Cathleen Clarke will give you all the tools needed to center yourself at home through Pilates Mat and Mindful Flow.

Mondays & Wednesdays at 6PM PST

Pilates Mat is based on the Joseph Pilates method of improving muscle flexibility, strength, posture, and alignment to achieve body symmetry. 


Fridays at 6PM PST

Saturdays at 10AM PST

Mindful Flow combines all the best mind and body practices to leave you feeling calm, centered and strong.


Nutrition Advice

Tuesdays at 3PM PST

Health starts from the inside! dotFit specialist Neal Spruce will be going live to help you stay on top of your nutritional needs. This class will give you tips on dietary sources, intake levels, physiological role, and requirement of major nutrients.