Women’s Fitness of Boston Gym Review

About Women’s Fitness of Boston

Founded in 1985, Women’s Fitness of Boston (WFOB) is an affordable women’s gym with an all-female staff, including a highly-trained, educated group of trainers and coaches. They offer a beginning complete assessment of your nutrition levels, exercise history, body composition, and endurance. These results are then used to formulate a personalized program. WFOB is a full-service gym and training center.


WFOB is located in Boston, between Washington Street and Spring Lane Downtown, with the Government Center, Long Wharf and the aquarium close by.


Classes offered at WFOB include:

  • Zumba
    • Cha-Cha
    • Mambo
    • Salsa
    • Rumba
    • Meringue
  • Step & Sculpt
    • Fast paced cardio
    • Light weights
  • Circuit Challenge
    • Rotation through different exercise stations
    • Improve mobility, strength, and stamina
    • Ballet Pilates
    • Full-body workout
    • Skeletal alignment
    • Natural body weight
  • POUND Rockout
    • Full-body cardio jam session
    • Light resistance
    • Simulated drumming
    • Fusion of cardio, Pilates, strength, plyometrics, etc.
  • Piloxing
    • Burn maximum calories
    • Based on research
    • Built on boxing and Pilates principles
    • Strength & Conditioning
  • Bodiography
    • Bodiology Fitness & Strength Training System
    • Fusion of ballet conditioning with skeletal alignment
    • Natural body weight
    • Props
  • Power Flex 30/45
    • Non-aerobic
    • Muscle toning
    • Using dumbbells, body bars, resistance bands
    • Natural body weight
    • Weight training
  • Vixen Workout
    • Dance fitness format
    • Combining commercial choreography and music remixes
    • Burn between 400 to more than 1000 calories
  • Team Functional Training
    • Working various muscles in upper and lower body
    • Improve core stability
  • Yoga
    • All Types

(For more information on classes offered at WFOB go to:  http://womensfitnessofboston.com/class-descriptions/)

Programs offered at WFOB include:

  • Personal Training Packages
  • Lose It! Weight Loss Program
  • Circuit Training

(For more information on programs offered at WFOB to go:  http://womensfitnessofboston.com/personal-training-service/)


Some of the equipment you’ll find at WFOB include:

  • Weights
  • Body Bars
  • Mats
  • Balls
  • Bands
  • Cardio Bikes
  • Ellipticals
  • Life Fitness Treadmills
  • Precor Crosstrainers
  • Cybex equipment


  • Street and Bike Parking
  • Wheelchair Accessibility
  • Ironing Boards
  • Lotion
  • OnlineTraining (members only)
  • SoundShapes – skin and body rejuvenation (members only)
  • 30-Day $30 Trial
  • Fitness Assessments
  • Tanning Booths
  • Weight Loss Programs
  • Locker Rentals
  • Towel Service
  • Showers
  • Gift Cards
  • Salon Euphoria (members only)

Membership Information

Membership options offered at WFOB include:

  • 30-Day Trial
  • Team Functional Membership 4,8
  • Student Rates
  • VIP Monthly 4,8
  • Corporate Discount Plans
  • Personal Training Packages
    • WFOB has numerous PT packages available.

(For more information on these packages go to: http://womensfitnessofboston.com/product/one-on-one-personal-training-packages/)

(For more information on membership costs and prices go to:http://womensfitnessofboston.com/product-category/monthly-memberships/)


WFOB has a ⅘ rating on Yelp (42 reviews).

Positive Reviews: supportive and motivating staff and trainers; knowledge of trainers; good prices; Yoga & Fitness Pass; convenient location; provision of ironing board

Negative Reviews: showers need  improvement; used condition of equipment; low intensity of the classes; lack of steam room, sauna and hot tub; small size of facility

Contact Information

Telephone: 617.227.1221

Hours of Operation

Mon 6:30 am   –  8:00 pm
Tue  6:30 am   –  8:00 pm
Wed 6:30 am   –  8:00 pm
Thu  6:30 am   –  8:00 pm
Fri    6:30 am   –  8:00 pm
Sat   10:00 am –  2:00 pm
Sun Closed



Women's Fitness of Boston

Women’s Fitness of Boston
27 School Street
Boston, MA 02108


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Post by Andrea Rogers