6 Best WordPress Themes for Fitness or Gym Sites

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When building a fitness-themed website or blog, one of the things you’ll have to think carefully about is the design.

If you decide to use WordPress then you would just need to find a fitness or gym-focused theme and your problem is solved. Using a generic or all-purpose theme doesn’t quite communicate what your website is all about. If you do use a generic theme then you’ll have to do a lot of extra work to achieve the desired result.

I’ve done some looking around various WordPress theme clubs and found a handful of feature-rich fitness themes that are really great when it comes to aesthetics, design, and functionality.

1. Fitness Theme from MyThemeShop

Fitness Theme from MyThemeShop
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One of the best WordPress themes I found was this Fitness Theme from MyThemeShop. They describe the theme as a “fully-optimized premium WordPress theme “fit” for your health and fitness website.

This theme was built more for a fitness blog than for a gym website but it is beautiful and can be adapted into whatever you want.

There are lots of features packed into this theme just like most other MyThemeShop themes. Fully responsive, SEO-ready and speed optimized, this theme is perfect if performance is most important to you.

Besides performance, the Fitness Theme features a very attractive design that will catch the eyes of visitors. There are 7 unique homepage sections which mean that you can change up the design of the homepage and put it the way you like. The sliders and carousels included are very easy to customize.

The blog section has 2 different layouts to choose from and you can change the fonts and header design to make it your own. Furthermore, the easy-to-use options panel is packed with customization options so you can change things up as you like.

If you’d like to add a shop to your website, then this can be easily done as the theme is compatible with Woocommerce and has options built into it just for this.

There are lots of features, too many to mention here that will make this theme just as exciting to set up as it would be for your visitors to admire. Check out the full set of features here.

2. Gym – Fitness by Vamtam

Gym - Fitness by Vamtam
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Perfect for a gym or yoga studio, this theme was made by Vamtam Themes and is sold through Themeforest.

Timetables/schedules, classes/events, and opening hours are all built into this theme purposefully because these are all features needed for this type of business.

There are a plethora of features that come with the Gym-Fitness theme including different header layouts and different homepage layouts. Like all themes on this page and as all modern themes should be, this theme is fully mobile responsive and it’s also Gutenberg compatible.

Four predefined skins and lots of customization options allow you to build a unique website with a unique design without any programming skills. You can also change fonts and footer styles easily.

Thinking about adding a shop to your website? Woocommerce is supported and there are options built in to allow you to do this.

You can browse all the features and design options by checking out the details of this Gym – Fitness theme by Vamtam.

3. FitPress from Template Monster

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Another amazing WordPress theme that can be used for your fitness or gym website is FitPress which comes from Template Monster.

Template Monster’s themes are built with the Template Monster drag-and-drop page builder which lets you easily customize the design of your theme.

This powerful builder has over 25 modules and numerous presets which makes the already beautiful FitPress theme even more open to whatever your mind can conceive. FitPress includes multiple layout options so you can customize your pages however you want.

FitPress also comes with Cherry plugins which increases the functionality of your theme. Add team members, reviews, sidebars, popups, and more with these powerful plugins. Add contact forms, timetables, buttons, sliders, and more with the numerous content modules available.

Custom widgets and lots of options packed into the live customizer make this theme incredibly flexible.

Fully responsive and SEO friendly, this is the perfect theme for any fitness, gym, or similar website project you’re thinking of putting online or switching themes on.

4. FlexUp from Template Monster

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Like FitPress, this theme is another one that comes from Template Monster. It’s called FlexUp and it’s another great WordPress theme made specially for fitness and gym-focused websites.

Expect all the same features and customization of the aforementioned theme.

  • drag-and-drop page builder
  • Cherry plugins
  • multiple layout options
  • online store-ready
  • various content modules
  • custom widgets
  • live customizer options
  • fully responsive
  • SEO ready

While FitPress doesn’t include the demo images in their download, FlexUp includes all images as a bonus.

FlexUp has an incredibly clean look for a WordPress theme and can be used for any project related to fitness, gym, CrossFit, dance, or even a blog.

5. Gym Edge by RadiusTheme

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RadiusTheme is another WordPress theme provider that builds some great-looking themes. I found Gym Edge on Themeforest and loved the design and features.

This beast of a theme has many great features and also has a perfect 5-star rating from 45 users at the time of writing this blog post.

Featuring 10 different home pages, you can have a uniquely styled homepage with one of four different header designs. As this is a theme perfect for a gym site, there are certain elements built into this theme to serve that purpose including a BMI calculator and a schedule.

A powerful customizer lets you choose from different options that you can preview on your theme live and there are also 21 custom addons with over 42 layouts to choose from. These include section titles, pricing boxes, testimonials, trainers, and schedules.

If you like you can also import any of the theme’s demos with just one click and customize from there.

As usual, this theme is mobile responsive and SEO-friendly so that you can enjoy great search engine rankings and a good cross-device user experience.

6. Fitness Theme from RadiusTheme

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Gym Edge looked great so I checked out the RadiusTheme website and found another good Fitness Theme perfect for fitness blogs or gym websites.

This theme contains a lot of useful features including two different homepage layouts, special pages for classes, schedules, trainers, and blog pages.

Like all modern themes, Fitness Theme by RadiusTheme is fully mobile responsive so it looks great on all devices. It’s also SEO friendly and there are lots of customization options in the theme options on the backend. Elementor Page Builder is also included so that you can build the perfect gym website with this amazing theme.

Whether you’re thinking about blogging, building an affiliate website, getting an online presence for your gym or just giving your fitness website a makeover, any one of these six WordPress themes would be a great starting point. They’re all beautiful and packed with features to make your visitors remember you and want to visit again.

Which one of these fitness WordPress themes did you like best? Are you going to use it? Or tell me about one you found that isn’t listed here. Maybe I’ll add it to the list.



  1. Beautiful reviews of the themes from the top theme makers and I must say, anyone in the fitness line of blogging or marketing would find this to be a golden opportunity. These themes look very cool and awesome  with exceptional features that single handedly differentiate them. Being the fact that I love black colors generally, I would go for the Fitness Theme from MyThemeShop. Also, it supports woocommerce and that is another bonus to it. Great one!

    • Yeah I like that one too the most but the only downside to it is that it’s more of a blogging theme if you’re going to write about fitness, health and related topics. But these themes are very customizable and you could still do a lot with it. The other themes though come more ready for building a gym website or for other businesses like crossfit, dance, martial arts or yoga.

      Still love that MyThemeShop one though. My second pick would probably be the FlexUp theme because of the whitespace and clean look. 

  2. This is a really good post for anyone who is looking to go into the fitness or gym niche. I like that this themes come from some of the best theme providers. I personally like the Gym edge because it looks really cool with the dark background. It’s cool too that it’s compatible for mobile phones too. Awesome post.

    • Thank you for letting me know what theme got your attention. All modern themes are supposed to be mobile responsive so that they’re compatible with mobile devices and all of these themes fit the description. 

  3. Hi 

    This is a mine of information for those looking for themes  for their gym and fitness business. When you are presented with so many choices, it becomes a difficult to know what theme is the best and what features come with that theme. Your review is  brilliant on highlighting what the best features of each theme is and what  to expect whilst using them.

    This list will certainly help me and others come up with an informed decision of what theme to choose.

    Thank you


  4. What an informative post.  As I am going to do my next website blog on women over 50 and our running challenges.  I especially appreciated this article.  My favourite is the Fitness Theme by MyThemeShop.  I found this look attractive and eye catching and it also looked easy to navigate.  

    I am new to the online marketing, so I am not really familiar with all the different themes out there and the advantages of each.  I would like to blog about a running journey and post training schedules and eventually add featured products.  It would be interesting to know what theme you would recommend for me.  Do you have a preference?  I don’t do well with complicated, simple is better.

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