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New Fitness Center Opening in Clarendon This Weekend

by ARLnow.com — April 15, 2010 at 9:12 am 2,109 1 Comment

A new kind of fitness center will be opening its doors on Saturday. The Clarendon Fitness Collective is “a total change from the mega gyms in the area,” says spokesperson Sandra Rodriguez.

This will the first mid-Atlantic location for the Brooklyn, New York-based Fitness Collective, which some have described as “a gym for people who don’t like going to gyms.”

“Clarendon Fitness Collective is a specialized fitness center that combines strength, cardio, flexibility, and nutrition into a program specialized for each individual,” Rodriguez said

There will be free classes, massages, snacks and beverages for Saturday’s grand opening.

The press release announcing the Collective’s arrival, after the jump.

Photo via Facebook.

On Saturday, April 17th, The Clarendon Fitness Collective will open its doors at 3100 Clarendon Blvd. The Fitness Collective is a New York-based fitness center that uses a unique multi-trainer approach.  The concept combines strength, cardio, flexibility, and nutrition into a program specialized for each individual.

No matter what your fitness level is, The Clarendon Fitness Collective will provide specialized training. Offering one-on-one personal training, group classes, and small group training, there is something for everyone.  Group classes will range from kickboxing to yoga, and as an introduction to The Clarendon Fitness Collective a 10 pack of group classes will cost $99, opposed to the $15 per classes.

Leading the Clarendon location, are Doug and Stephanie Miller, husband and wife team of champion all natural professional physique competitors. Combined, they have over 25 years of fitness training and have selected a high-caliber team to work with all clients.

“We are excited to bring a new fitness program to Arlington-area residents. From moms to professional trainers, we’re glad to help everyone reach their fitness goals,” says Stephanie Miller, Co-Owner.

At the Fitness Collective 87 percent of clients hit their 90-day goals. As an introductory offer, The Clarendon Fitness Collective is offering three personal training sessions for $149.  Please call (703) 465-0101 or visit www.myfitnesscollective.com for more details.

About The Fitness Collective:

The Fitness Collective is a personal fitness center that coordinates the balances of complete health into one system. Strength, cardio, flexibility and nutrition are combined utilizing a unique multi-trainer system that is at the heart of what The Collective is all about. Every client is special, every workout is different and progressive, and our goals are nothing short of making sure that you achieve your desired results. No initiation fees, no long-term contracts, just you and a path toward success. We will plan your fitness journey.

On April 17th, Clarendon Fitness Collective will open its doors in Clarendon. A total change from the mega gyms in the area, Clarendon Fitness Collective is a specialized fitness center that combines strength, cardio, flexibility, and nutrition into a program specialized for each individual.  Located across from Clarendon Metro station, it is a perfect location for busy moms and young professionals alike.

We are currently providing pre-opening tours on April 16th for media. On April 17th we will be offering free classes and consultations with our personal trainers, please feel free to stop by!

To follow the progress of the gym, please check out our Facebook page or please let me know if you have any questions.

Best,
Sandra

3100 Clarendon Blvd. PL-7, Arlington, VA 22201

Phone: 703-465-0101

Email: info@myfitnesscollective.com

www.myfitnesscollective.com

For Immediate Release:                                                   Contact:

Sandra L. Rodriguez, Public Relations Manager

Direct: (202) 486-7956

Email: itarodriguez@hotmail.com

Clarendon Welcomes Specialized Fitness Center

The Fitness Collective to Open its First Mid-Atlantic Location on April 17th, 2010

Arlington, VA – April 5, 2010 – On Saturday, April 17th, The Clarendon Fitness Collective will open its doors at 3100 Clarendon Blvd. The Fitness Collective is a New York-based fitness center that uses a unique multi-trainer approach.  The concept combines strength, cardio, flexibility, and nutrition into a program specialized for each individual.

No matter what your fitness level is, The Clarendon Fitness Collective will provide specialized training. Offering one-on-one personal training, group classes, and small group training, there is something for everyone.  Group classes will range from kickboxing to yoga, and as an introduction to The Clarendon Fitness Collective a 10 pack of group classes will cost $99, opposed to the $15 per classes.

Leading the Clarendon location, are Doug and Stephanie Miller, husband and wife team of champion all natural professional physique competitors. Combined, they have over 25 years of fitness training and have selected a high-caliber team to work with all clients.

“We are excited to bring a new fitness program to Arlington-area residents. From moms to professional trainers, we’re glad to help everyone reach their fitness goals,” says Stephanie Miller, Co-Owner.

At the Fitness Collective 87 percent of clients hit their 90-day goals. As an introductory offer, The Clarendon Fitness Collective is offering three personal training sessions for $149.  Please call (703) 465-0101 or visit www.myfitnesscollective.com for more details.

About The Fitness Collective:

The Fitness Collective is a personal fitness center that coordinates the balances of complete health into one system. Strength, cardio, flexibility and nutrition are combined utilizing a unique multi-trainer system that is at the heart of what The Collective is all about. Every client is special, every workout is different and progressive, and our goals are nothing short of making sure that you achieve your desired results. No initiation fees, no long-term contracts, just you and a path toward success. We will plan your fitness journey.

  • Tom

    Always nice to see a new enthusiastic business open up. I thought we already had a lot of fitness centers and gyms, but I guess we need them to work off all that pizza !

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