Fitness club set to open in Teays Valley
TEAYS VALLEY -- Snap Fitness is opening its newest 24-hour health club in Teays Valley.
The club, which provides members with a special keycard that enables round-the-clock access, will be located in the physician plaza across from Sleepy Hollow Golf Club.
"Snap Fitness offers top-shelf equipment featuring the latest technology in training along with free weights and personal training services," the company said in a news release.
To celebrate its grand opening, the club will offer limited-time charter memberships for the first 100 members to sign up. These are single, joint, and family memberships that provide reduced costs for residents of the Scott Depot, Teays Valley and Hurricane areas.
Dr. Eric Tarr, CEO of Snap Fitness in Winfield, Barboursville and Teays Valley, said Snap Fitness aims to provide a modern, comfortable environment for exercise.
"We offer a great workout experience but at a fraction of the price of other gyms, with no waiting lines or crowded parking lots," he said in a news release.
"Our difference is that we're 24/7 and nearby, so you can get in and out fast, and still get a quality workout," added Chris Rotella, Chief Operations Officer. "My goal is to be the best value in town, saving you money and time while still helping you achieve the health results you want."
Snap Fitness offers what it describes as "member-friendly" policies, which include the option to belong month-to-month without signing a long-term contract and the ability to freeze the membership for up to three months during times when you're not planning to use it.
The fitness center offers cardio and strength-training equipment, and free weights. Every member receives a free fitness assessment with a personal trainer, plus free instruction and a workout plan. A personal Web page provides access to an Online Training Center where workouts can be created, modified and tracked and an Online Nutrition and Meal Planning program that recommends daily caloric intake and menus based on personal goals and preferences.
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