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Anytime Fitness announces grand opening

2 September 2011 By Morgan Mosley, Contributing Writer 3 Comments

Anytime Fitness is a co-ed gym that’s open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Owner Prabha Raja said the gym provides members with essentials needed for a great workout.

“Where we don’t cut corners is in our personal service and commitment to our members,” he said.

For the gym’s grand opening, there is no enrollment fee to join, according to Raja. Once that deal is over, the gym will work with potential members on membership rates.

“We have about six to eight different membership options, so it is hard to say a number. It is best for the guests to stop by the club to find out what fits their needs,” he said.

Members will be given a special access key, meaning that admission into the gym is always possible, even during unstaffed hours, according to Raja. For those who are able to come during staffed hours, members will be assisted with their fitness goals.

Available machines include machines for circuit, cross training, stationary bikes, treadmills and others to provide exercises Raja called quick and effective. Private showers and dressing areas are also available.

Some of the fitness club’s funds go to its partner, the Susan G. Komen Foundation, a charity that fights against breast cancer.

“We are excited to be in Towson, and it’s our goal to become an active member to the community,” Raja said.


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