04 AprGood Sweat cycling studio opens in Rosslyn with community in mind

Opening this month, Good Sweat not only provides a good workout, but gives back to the community as often as possible.

There’s a good sweat, when you know you just crushed your workout and got one step closer to your fitness goals, and then there’s sweating for good, where your workout goes toward helping the community.

At a soon-to-be-open indoor cycling studio in Rosslyn, riders get both.

Good Sweat, a social impact boutique fitness studio, will open its flagship location in mid-April. A percentage of every class purchase at the studio will be invested back into the community, either through direct donations to local nonprofits, or by hosting subsidized rides for those who lack resources.

Good Sweat founder Ali Hashemi (Photo courtesy of Good Sweat)

Good Sweat is offering $1 classes for its soft opening week, and pre-sales are available here. At press time, Good Sweat’s studio was undergoing inspections, and was not yet able to release an opening date.

Photo courtesy of Good Sweat

Once the studio opens, Good Sweat will offer cycling classes on weekday mornings and evenings, and weekend mornings.

Good Sweat: 1711 Wilson Blvd., Arlington; $28 drop in class, Class packs begin at $99

Neighborhood Retail Group represented the tenant in securing a retail space for their first brick and mortar location.