New fitness center to open Monday

Published: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 at 01:56 PM.

She said about 70 prepaid yearly memberships are needed to break even.

“We are looking for those other 20 members. We have had so many people say that they are on board as soon as we are up and running.  Now we are up and running.”

Members are being asked to pay for a one-year membership of $420, a six-month membership of $210, a three-month membership of $105, or a monthly membership of $35.

To create a working fitness center, workers made a pass-through that joins two former classrooms to create a larger space, installed carpeting, and replaced whiteboards with mirrors and paint.

Exercise equipment was acquired from the old Apalachicola Fitness Center with priority given to equipment with the broadest application.

Aguiar said, “We wound up with a bigger space than we thought. It will be a great space for aerobics.”

Organizers plan to provide space for April Patriotis to continue aerobic and kickboxing classes. Eric Olson would also be available as a personal trainer. Mike Duhart will also offer marshal arts classes.

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