This summer, teenagers who need to lose weight or be bodily energetic could have a free area to accomplish that via Planet Fitness’ new “Teen Summer Challenge.” The application objectives 15-to-18 18-year-olds and allows them to attend the training session at any agency’s 1 seven hundred locations. We examined this in New Hampshire’s final year – 2,500 children in approximately nine weeks logged about 12,000 workouts,” Planet Fitness CEO Chris Rondeau advised FOX Business’ Stuart Varney Wednesday. “So we determined it labored so correctly – we decided to release it nationwide this year.
When asked how freely giving unfastened health club time boosted the business enterprise’s sales, Rondeau defined that within the take look at the application, the young adults’ dedication to health regularly inspired their parents to join paid memberships. “It’s first-rate logo affinity – receives ’em off the couch, too, and gets them off their gadgets,” he said.
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Planet Fitness advanced the program to fill the empty area in its gyms during the summertime. Rondeau said the enterprise isn’t concerned with the young adults worrying about other patrons for the duration of their exercises.
“We have thirteen.6 million participants, and nearly 1/2 are millennials, so it is an amazing way for us to introduce the Generation Z populace beforehand. And as they come of age to enroll in – they may consider Planet.”
So You Want to Be a Fitness Model?
People who follow my stuff know I generally write about nutrition, supplements, training, and other topics that are more science-based than subjective, such as what is covered in this article. I decided to shuck my science geek persona and write on a topic I know will be helpful to thousands of would-be and want-to-be fitness models.
As a known “hardcore” science-based no, BS writer, why am I writing what some will perceive as a “fluff” article? Over the years, I have gotten hundreds, perhaps thousands, of gals that ask me via email, letters, or in person, “How do I become a fitness model, Will? You have been in the business a long time. Surely you, of all people, should know.” I get this from newbies, and I get this from women who have been at it a while but have been unable to “break in” effectively.