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Although it’s not officially fall for a few more days, it’s definitely starting to feel like fall! Here’s some places and programs that offer free fitness classes this fall, and in some cases, all year round! Make sure to do your due diligence beforehand to make sure the event is happening due to weather or whatever else!

Free Fitness at Fort Point: Various free fitness programs are offered around the Fort Point Channel and end on Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Sunday Parkland Games from the Esplanade Association: Join The Esplanade Association on Sundays through 9/29/13 for free games and recreation activities for children and families in the parklands along Memorial Drive.

Z Spot Zumba: Free Zumba classes on Mondays at 6pm for the month of September at City Hall Plaza.

Fall Stretch on Saturdays at the Liberty Hotel:  The Liberty Hotel offers free fitness classes on Saturdays starting at 10am at the Liberty’s Private Courtyard. Classes vary each week and are open to the public, but please bring your own mat.

Porter Square Run Club: City Sports sponsors a run club for 3 and 5 mile loops every Saturday at 10am, which meets at Porter Square. Membership is free, just sign a waiver.

Back Bay Run Club: City Sports sponsors a run club every Tuesday at 6pm, which meets at City Sports Back Bay. Membership is free, just sign a waiver.

Wednesday Run Group: Marathon Sports sponsors a run group for 3 and 5 mile loops every Wednesday night at 6:30pm which meets at their Boston, Brookline, and Wellesley store locations.

lululemon athletica Run Club: Every Monday run 3-8 miles along the Charles River. Meet at the lululemon store at the Prudential Center at 6pm then after the run reward yourself at the Back Bay Social Club for free apps, drinks, and good company. Also, for the month of September lululemon is sponsoring health talks on Wednesday nights.

November Project: Work out with a group of your newest friends every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for free workouts through the November Project. Rain or shine.

Also, don’t forget to check the Boston Moves for Health Calendar as they have a daily round-up of health and fitness classes that are free or low cost.

Okay, what did I miss and what is your free favorite fitness option in the city?

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