In 2010, the International Health, Racquet, and Sportsclub Association named Anytime Fitness the fastest growing fitness club. Franchise Chatter titled Anytime Fitness as the franchise with the best business model in 2011.[34] The Star Tribune called Anytime Fitness one of Minnesota's top workplaces in 2011, 2012, and 2013.[35] The company ranked first in Minnesota Business Magazine's best company to work for in 2012 and 2013.[36] Forbes ranked the company 14th as America's most promising companies.[37] In 2014, Entrepreneur Magazine ranked Anytime Fitness number one on their franchise 500 list.[38][39] In 2015 and 2016, Anytime Fitness was ranked first on the publication's top global franchises list.[40][41]
The club's two membership levels are $10 and $21.99 per month: the $10 per month level includes access to cardio and strength equipment, unlimited group fitness instruction and pizza and bagels once a month; the $21.99 per month (“Black Card”) level allows members to bring one guest per day at no charge, access to all Planet Fitness locations, and access to extra amenities, such as tanning booths, massage chairs, red light therapy and water massage beds.[13][9]
Anytime Fitness is a 24-hour health and fitness club headquartered in Woodbury, Minnesota. The company operates over 4,000 franchised locations in 50 countries. The gym facilities are open 24 hours a day, 365 days out of the year.[2][3] Chuck Runyon, Dave Mortensen, and Jeff Klinger founded Anytime Fitness in 2002. Runyon is the CEO of the company.[2][4] According to Forbes, Anytime Fitness was the fastest growing health club franchise in 2014.[5] In 2015, Entrepreneur Magazine ranked Anytime Fitness first on its global franchise list.[6]
The Planet Fitness Store is an American franchise of fitness centers based in Newington in New Hampshire America. Founded in 1992 and has 1000 locations in America and recent expansions into Canada and Dominican Republic, the Planet Fitness store has done its part in keeping people healthy for 24 years especially in our time where recreational facilities such as being outdoors have been replaced with seating at home and doing things while seated or lying down.
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