Keep up your Outer Banks fitness routine while you are here, or try something completely new. There are extensive bike trails throughout the Northern Outer Banks. The Beach Road was recently widened to facilitate pedestrian traffic from Kitty Hawk to Nags Head. Additionally, there are a number of public tennis courts and basketball courts as well. If you are looking for something more formal, there are a number of fitness businesses to engage. There is everything from martial arts, to boxing, to boot camps to explore. Over twenty fitness businesses are available to choose from on the Outer Banks. This leaves you with no excuse to miss your workout. TripAdvisor & Yelp links are provided as available for each Outer Banks fitness business as well as Google map links to help you find your way.
There is a wide variety of Outer Banks fitness centers, with a range of ways to work out. Many gyms have expanded into a variety of work out routines, including boxing and tossing farm equipment and heavy ropes around. Boot Campers are seen running along the beach and climbing the Wright Brothers Memorial hill. There are a variety of martial arts workouts and many other options to try. Several centers have a variety of free weights and weight machines to use. There is a tremendous variety of cardio machines available as well.
Yoga has exploded on the beach, meaning it seems that everywhere you go, you will find a yoga class getting ready to happen or in progress. There are personal yoga instructors who will work with you or a small group. Several businesses have yoga classes on the beach in the early morning. Try a yoga class taught on a paddle board in the sound. Now that takes some balance!