Finding Your Fitness Groove

Staying active is the true game-changer

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We all know that fitness is essential, not just for physical health goals but for overall well-being. From that post-workout glow to the peace of mind that comes with a healthy routine, staying active is a true game-changer. But for many, joining a new gym can be intimidating.

The good news? Planet Fitness is making its grand entrance into Halifax.

Jessica Sisk Roehle, President of International at Taymax Group, a Planet Fitness franchise division, shares her excitement of the new location, “We’re excited to bring our unique, non-intimidating environment to the Halifax community. Planet Fitness is all about affordable, accessible fitness – and, most importantly, being Judgement Free. We want everyone to feel at home, no matter where they are in their fitness journey.”

The new location in Halifax is located at 7101 Chebucto Rd and is equipped with brand-new, state-of-the-art equipment including cardio machines, strength equipment, a 30-Minute Express Circuit, flat-screen TVs and large, luxurious locker rooms with showers.

Pricing is extremely affordable. The Classic membership is available for just $15 a month. For those opting for the PF Black Card® at $24.99 a month, benefits include bringing a guest anytime for free, access to all 2,400+ Planet Fitness locations and more.

But it’s not just about the equipment. Members come, work out, and build a community with other gym-goers. “We’re not just another gym. We’re a community. A place where you can connect and thrive,” Sisk Roehle adds.

To kick things off, Planet Fitness Halifax is throwing a grand opening event on November 2nd, 2023, at 10 AM at 7101 Chebucto Road, just across the street from Wholesale Club.

Located at 7101 Chebucto Road Halifax, Just Across From Wholesale Club

So if you’ve been on the lookout for a gym that feels more like a community, Planet Fitness is here. Whether you’re all about that fitness life or just starting, there’s a spot for you.

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