Guests welcome at more than 400 gyms Dec. 23 – Dec. 29
SAN RAMON, Calif. - Dec. 17, 2013
24 Hour Fitness is getting in the holiday spirit by offering complimentary workouts this holiday season. From Monday, Dec. 23 through Sunday, Dec. 29, members and guests will have all-club access to more than 400 24 Hour Fitness® clubs across the country.*
Research shows that adults gain an average of one pound between Thanksgiving and New Year’s. By offering complimentary workouts, 24 Hour Fitness is hoping to give Americans the gift of inspiration to stay active and stick with their workout routines during the holidays.
“We know how tempting it is to indulge over the holidays, and how easy it can be to forget about fitness during this time of year,” said Bobbi Quick, senior director of fitness operations, 24 Hour Fitness. “By offering complimentary access to our clubs, we’re hoping to encourage people to keep up their fitness momentum and head into the New Year feeling motivated and strong.”
24 Hour Fitness offers the following tips to stay active during the busy holiday season:
- Early bird gets the benefits – According to health experts, exercising in the morning has proven to encourage better behavior throughout the day and help fight off cravings. Take advantage of the flexible hours at 24 Hour Fitness clubs and variety of group exercise classes.
- Take advantage of time off – If you have time off from work during the holidays, use that break in your normally busy schedule to jump start your fitness routine and get a head start with your New Year’s resolutions. Even if you are short on time, a few extra minutes will help you combat holiday calories.
- Use fitness as an excuse to socialize – Catch up with your friends over the holidays by working out together. Meet at your local 24 Hour Fitness club and try a group exercise class, like Les Mills BODYPUMP™ or Zumba®.
To take advantage of the complimentary workouts, guests can simply stop by a 24 Hour Fitness club from Dec. 23 – 29. *Must be at least 18 years of age and present valid identification.