A Florida-Based Full-Service Fitness Center That Has Uniquely Combined the HVLP Footprint with a Boutique Studio Design

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January 21, 2021 - A Florida-based full-service fitness center that has uniquely combined the HVLP footprint with a boutique studio design has recently opened its first Alabama location in Birmingham.

Amped Fitness took over the former Gold’s Gym, a 30,000 square-foot space at The Shops of the Colonnade on Colonnade Parkway.

“It’s always exciting to see the reactions from new members walking in, and in this case, coming into a new market the people of Birmingham have definitely expressed their need for a gym like ours,” Amped Fitness CEO Travis Labazzo said in a statement.

Amped Fitness offers a variety of high-end amenities including daily HIIT group classes, personal training, hydromassage, an immersive Les Mills spin studio, tanning, basketball courts, and free childcare with memberships starting at only $9.99 per month. Because of its competitive lineup of amenities, Amped Fitness brings a level of energy that is unmatched in today’s current market.

But that’s not all! Amped Fitness is quickly expanding with its fifth and sixth locations slated to open in St. Petersburg and Doral, Florida by mid-April.

 

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