Divi is an excellent theme to build websites for fitness businesses. Thanks to the Divi community, there are lots of fitness child themes for Divi to build websites for gyms, blogs, stores, trainers, and lots more. In this article, we’ll look at 11 fitness child themes for Divi to help you get a head start on your next Divi project. The child themes are in no particular order.
Gym comes with 10 pages including a page for trainers, maintenance pages, a gallery, and more. The home page displays a full-screen image with a link to information on one side and a consultation CTA on the other. Classes are shown within blurbs and include hover animation to provide details and a link within a partial overlay. Training packages look similar to blog posts and include a tag to display the price. A section of blurbs provide the services and include hover animation. Trainers are shown within styled person modules that include a diagonal overlay and styled social buttons. It also includes styled pricing tables, testimonials, and more.
Price: $64 | More Information
2. Go Fit! Fitness and Gym
Go Fit! Fitness and Gym includes three custom pages and lots of styled modules for fitness and personal trainers. The home page displays a full-screen image in parallax with a title and CTA in the overlay. Scrolling reveals a short About section with room for a CTA on one side and an image on the other that overlaps the next section, which includes another short CTA. Person modules show the trainers with their name, which disappears on hover to show more of the image. It also includes styled pricing modules, blog section, and a contact form. The About Us and Contact pages show a full-width image with a title and include more modules.
Price: $44 | More Information
BoDivi comes with 7 main pages including pages for classes and instructors. The home page displays a full-width image with a title and CTA’s in the center. Following this is a set of image with black and white photos and red titles. As you hover, the title turns black and the image gets a dark red overlay with detailed information. Another section displays an image to one side and a set of blurbs in the other to create a multi-column layout. A section about classes displays a set of blurbs over a background image with overlays. The styled blog section displays a title in one column and posts in three columns. It also includes styled pricing tables.
Price: $39 | More Information
Megathlon comes with 14 pages including two different home pages, classes, trainers, schedules, categories, individual classes, and more. It has a vertical menu that remains in place on scroll. The main home page displays a CTA with an embedded video over a background image. Blubs show information about the training facility. Classes are shown in an image grid with overlays. It also includes styled pricing tables, blog section, a testimonial slider, and a contact section. Another home page shows everything in a one-page design and adds a time-table, person modules, gallery, and contact information with an embedded map. The pages for classes and trainers follow a similar design and focus on their styled modules.
Price: $49.50 | More Information
Yoga comes with over 12 pages including events, team (for trainers), shop pages, and more. The home page displays a full-screen background image with information on one side and a booking CTA in the other. An About section shows an image in the center with blurbs on both sides using multi-colored icons. A section of benefits displays images with titles and descriptions. It also includes styled pricing tables, person modules, testimonials, blog, a shop module, etc. The Events page displays events with images to one side and information on the other. The Team page displays multiple sections with different person modules for each.
Price: $64 | More Information
Namaste comes with 6 main pages including Classes and Pricing. The home page displays a full-screen image with CTA and a wavy divider. Scrolling reveals an about section with an image and text. Another about section shows a full-screen image in true parallax with information in one side and styled dividers for the top and bottom. Classes are shown within styled blurbs that use rounded corners on the bottom. It also includes styled person modules, testimonials, blog, pricing tables, contact form, and more. I like the sections with images and overlays that only cover one side. I also love the scripted font used in the titles.
Price: $59 | More Information
F2F was designed for fitness websites and eCommerce. It includes the home page and product pages. The hero section displays a full-screen video with an orange overlay and a purchase CTA in the overlay. Scrolling shows several sections a full-screen background image in parallax with a purchase CTA in the overlay. The CTA alternates from one side to the other. Similar sections include a full-width contact form, a blog section with the posts on one side, and a full-screen contact section. The blog pages are in full-width and include the contact form. The shop page displays products with the orange overlay and includes the contact section. The product pages are styled to match.
Price: $49 | More Information
8. Divi Fitness
Divi Fitness comes with 7 pages including a page for trainers. It also includes a custom color-picker. The menu highlights the current page with a large block of color and includes a clickable phone number and email. The home page displays a full-screen image with a CTA in the overlay. A styled tab section shows company information. Styled blurbs show services with icons. The blurbs flip on hover to reveal information. Person modules display the image and shows the name, title, and social media link on hover. A gallery displays before and after photos, allowing you to slide from one side to the other to reveal the images. It also includes styled countdown timers, pricing tables, testimonials, training schedules, and lots more.
Price: $120 | More Information
Fit comes with 9 pages including 3 different home page layouts and a team page. The main home page displays a full-screen image with a CTA. Taglines are placed in slim full-width sections and introduce the sections. An About section shows an image with information. Styled blurbs show the benefits and include images with hover animation, rounded corners, and shadow effects. A before and after image module shows visible results next to number counters. It also includes a custom contact form, information and testimonials within two-column rows that show images in parallax, blog, person modules, bar counters, etc. The other home pages make small changes to certain modules.
Price: $97 | More Information
Wodster comes with over a dozen pages and adds a custom post type called WOD (Workouts of the Day). The home page displays a full-screen image with a CTA and a newsletter form. Information is displayed within blurbs that create a timeline over a full-screen image. It also includes a slider, a section about apps, a full-width section that links to trainers, and a styled blog. The WOD archive page shows an event and what’s included. It includes a styled button and a large block for the date. The WOD post type shows an image next to each element of the workout. The Locations use an interesting pricing table with a styled grid.
Price: $29 | More Information
Coach comes with 15 pages including an online store and product pages. The hero section shows a full-screen image in parallax. Scrolling brings up a section with benefits and a button to learn more. A section about the services displays an image to one side and a CTA in the other. Both use box shadow effects. Several services are shown using an alternating layout. Other benefits are shown in styled blurbs. It uses several full-width sections to show images in parallax. The Programs pages are styled products. It also includes styled blog, testimonials, a contact form, and toggles.
Price: $47 | More Information
That’s our look at 11 fitness child themes for Divi to help you get a head start on your next Divi project. Whether you’re building a site for a gym, yoga studio, personal trainer, or even an online store, there’s sure to be something on this list to meet your needs.
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