Cut Seven Arlington features over 5,000 square feet of space, encompassing a top-of-the-line recovery lounge, a lobby fully-stocked with apparel and beverages, and of course, the Cut turf. Athletes have access to SkiErgs, assault bikes, TRX, sleds, battle ropes, kettlebells, and other equipment throughout their workout. Cut’s infrared sauna, cold plunges, and Normatec recovery sleeves allow athletes to maximize recovery efforts before or after class.
Athletes can spend their day coworking with fellow teammates, or—for athletes on-the-go—take advantage of showers and towel service. The studio is conveniently located one block from the metro, with ample free, street parking around the neighborhood.
3101 Wilson Blvd
Arlington, Virginia (enter on N. Highland)
Cut Seven’s original turf houses a thirty-yard lane fully equipped with SkiErgs, pull-up bars, sleds, battle ropes, kettlebells, Rogue Echo Bikes, TRX, and more. Beneath the 2,000 square feet of turf, five inches of aerated rubber protect athletes’ joints, allowing them to get the most from daily workouts. Theraguns, Hypervolts, foam rollers, and lacrosse balls help support athletes’ recovery efforts both pre- and post-workout.
Cut Seven Logan Circle features an intimate chandelier-lit lobby stocked with lockers, two restrooms carrying everyday necessities, and towel service. Street parking (paid and free) is offered throughout the neighborhood.
1101 Rhode Island Ave., NW
Cut Seven’s 14th Street turf features more than 3,000 square feet of space fully-equipped with SkiErgs, sleds, battle ropes, kettlebells, Rogue Echo Bikes, TRX, and more. The studio offers exclusive class formats (translation: not offered at other studios), including a barbell-focused small group strength, glute lab, and 75-minute Cut lab.
Cut Seven’s open-air studio is split between indoor and outdoor settings. Open garage doors provide adequate ventilation, while a roof overhead protects against inclement weather. During the winter months, classes are held completely indoors with forced-air heating. Throughout the summer, overhead water misters and industrial fans keep athletes cool. (Note: Classes are held rain or shine, so please check the forecast prior to class.)
1401 Swann Street NW
Washington, DC (enter on Swann Street)