Local Businesses Team Up to Help Austinites Meet Mayor's Fitness Challenge

November 24, 2004 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports News
Austin, TX — In 2004, Austin slipped from 13th to 19th on Men's Fitness Magazine's ranking of America's fittest cities. With a combined membership of over 65,000, Austin Fitness Pass partners hope to help Austin break into the top 10, for 2005, by allowing members to choose from hundreds of fitness and social activities.

Launched in Austin, with plans to go nationwide, the Austin Fitness Pass includes membership to Gold's Gym, Krav Maga, Austin Yoga Gym and Hill Country Outdoors, at less than half the cost of individual programs.
For $99 a month members will be able to lead a socially active and healthy lifestyle. (http://www.austinfitnesspass.com, 512-441-5728)

With over 30 locations to train and socialize, 400 group fitness, Yoga, kickboxing, cardio, and spinning classes, adult self defense classes, over 60 social and outdoor activities for singles and couples, hiking, rafting, camping, wine tasting, happy hours, and dinners), it will be easy for members to fit several fitness and social activities into their weekly schedule.

Jeff Levine, owner of a Krav Maga Training Center says: "We understand that it is difficult for many to find time in their schedule to work out as often as they might like, and it often comes at the expense of having a social life. The Austin Fitness Pass offers an array of look good/feel good options that can fit into any lifestyle, at an affordable price.'

Memberships may be purchased online by visiting http://www.austinfitnesspass.com, or for more information call or email Hans Lillejord 512-441-5728, Hans@austinfitnesspass.com.

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