Muscle&Strength.com Launches GymFinder
October 26, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health NewsMuscleandStrength.com, the leading muscle building site on the web, recently launched a free tool dubbed GymFinder. GymFinder allows users of the site, as well as just visitors, to find and locate a gym in their area.
On the GymFinder page, located at www.muscleandstrength.com, the site declares that it’s hosting the information of 20,756 gyms in three countries – the United States, Australia, and United Kingdom. Browsing through the massive list of gyms, users can find the contact information for each gym – including name, address, phone, and fax. Additionally, each gym has a map pinpointing its location and nearby address so users can easily find their way there.
While the benefits to users and gym seekers are clear, the GymFinder also benefits every single gym listed in the directory. Its worldwide exposure — when someone searches for the name of a gym that is located in the GymFinder tool, often times they can find their way to MuscleandStrength.com’s page for that gym. In most cases, users are searching for information on how to find, contact, or join the gym – information that may be very hard to find without the GymFinder tool.
In addition to providing the contact information of each gym in its database, Muscle&Strength.com also allows gyms to add or edit information about their gym. Gyms can add content such as promotions, hours of operation, or just a general message marketing to potential visitors of their gym.
On the release of GymFinder, Muscle&Strength.com’s founder and current operator Damien Mase said the following in a statement: “This is just one of the many new, free tools that we will be releasing on our site in the upcoming months. We are in an exciting transitioning period here at Muscle&Strength and we’re confident our users will love this new us.”
Along with the new GymFinder tool, the site also boasts a revamped design and a new look to its forum, which now has over 30,000 posts and 4,000 members.