Customized Workout Classes Held in Ten Cities on January 7th 2012
SAN RAMON, CALIF. - Jan. 02, 2012
FITNESS Magazine and 24 Hour Fitness are teaming up to help FITNESS readers kick off a healthy 2012 with a customized workout plan. Through a unique partnership in support of FITNESS Magazine’s “You Can Do It!” program, readers can download a free 24 Hour Fitness® guest pass and participate in the exclusive “Best Body Ever” workout class by joining the program at fitnessmagazine.com/bestbody. Hosted at select 24 Hour Fitness clubs nationwide, the class will feature metabolism-boosting moves, designed by 24 Hour Fitness pros Ingrid Owen and Zen Nguyen, which are in the January issue of FITNESS – on newsstands now.
“Our ’You Can Do It!’ program gets bigger and better each year, and we’re excited to take it to a new level with this custom class,” said Betty Wong, editor-in-chief, of FITNESS. “Not only do our readers get a total body workout they can do at home, but they get the added bonus of a free gym trial and a great class led by a personal trainer.”
The “Best Body Ever” class will bring the exercises featured in the January issue of FITNESS to life in the form of a speedy, sculpting routine that can burn up to 10 calories a minute. The moves can help people lose weight faster with a combination of fresh total-body toning moves and blasts of cardio.
To participate in the “Best Body Ever” workout class, readers can sign up for FITNESS Magazine’s “You Can Do It!” program at fitnessmagazine.com/bestbody. Those who sign up can download a free pass to 24 Hour Fitness and get access to the “Best Body Ever” class, which will be held on Jan. 7* at the following locations and times:
- 24 Hour Fitness Carlsbad Sport
1265 Laurel Tree Ln., Carlsbad, CA - 10am.
- 24 Hour Fitness Hollywood Super-Sport
6380 West Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA - 11am.
- 24 Hour Fitness South Coast Metro Super-Sport
569 Anton Blvd., Costa Mesa, CA - 10am.
- 24 Hour Fitness Houston Rice Village Super-Sport
2500 Dunstan Rd., Houston, TX - 9am.
- 24 Hour Fitness Laguna Niguel Agassi Super-Sport
27921 La Paz Rd., Laguna Niguel, CA - 9am.
- 24 Hour Fitness Madison Square Park Ultra-Sport
225 Fifth Ave., New York, NY - 10:30am.
- 24 Hour Fitness Las Vegas Ann Road Super-Sport
5651 Centennial Center Blvd., Las Vegas, - 11am.
- 24 Hour Fitness Northgate Super-Sport
507 NE Northgate Way, Seattle, WA - 10am.
- 24 Hour Fitness Tanasbourne Super-Sport
1265 Waterhouse Ave., Beaverton, OR - 12pm.
- 24 Hour Fitness Van Ness Active*
1200 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco, CA - 1pm.
(*Note: this location will host class on Jan. 8)
“We’re ecstatic to partner with FITNESS on this custom workout and weight-loss program,” said Ingrid Owen, vice president of fitness, 24 Hour Fitness. “It’s so exciting to bring these moves to life and we’re confident that this class will motivate people to achieve their goals no matter where they are on their fitness journey.”
The class is open to FITNESS readers, 24 Hour Fitness members and guests on a first come, first serve basis. Class participants will also receive a free copy of the January issue of FITNESS while supplies last. For information about the “Best Body Ever” class, visit fitnessmagazine.com/blogs/fitstop/. Anyone interested can also use the site to download a video of the customized workout and sign up for a free pass to 24 Hour Fitness.
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Launched in 1992, FITNESS magazine is a leading source for all the latest news on health, nutrition and exercise. The magazine and its partner website, fitnessmagazine.com are devoted delivering strategies and tools that help women make little changes to achieve big success. With a you-can-do-it attitude, our workouts, health and beauty advice, diet plans and success stories motivate readers to get strong in mind, body, and spirit. The magazine empowers women to embrace fitness as a lifestyle—not an age or dress size-and to change the conversation from "skinny" to "healthy." FITNESS is published 10 times a year by Meredith Corporation [NYSE: MDP], with a rate base of 1.5 million and an audience of 7.4 million readers. For more information, please visit fitnessmagazine.com.