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Thursday, December 29, 2016

Sport & Health at the Skyline Center is now Onelife Fitness

The exterior signage at the Bailey's Crossroads fitness center has not been changed yet. 
The Sport & Health gym at the Skyline Center in Bailey’s Crossroads has been rebranded as Onelife Fitness.

There won’t be any changes in the dues structure or hours, says Ori Gorfine, who’s in charge of business development at US Fitness Holdings, which operates Onelife Fitness and Crunch Fitness centers and acquired Sport & Health in 2014. Memberships at the Skyline Onelife gym can be as low as $39 a month, he says. One new feature will be a Zone4 studio for high-intensity group training.

Eight of the Sport & Fitness gyms, including the one at Skyline, are being converted to Onelife gyms, says Gorfine. As a result, there will be 14 Sport & Health locations in the D.C. region and 24 Onelife Fitness centers in Virginia, Georgia, and Kansas City, Mo.

Sport & Health is more urban and more athletically oriented, with tennis courts, Gorfine says, while Onelife centers have lower membership costs and are geared more to rural and suburban settings.

US Fitness is working on opening two more gyms in this area, but Gorfine would not say where they will be. One thing is clear, however: The vacant storefront on Columbia Pike in Anndnale that used to house a gym is not under consideration.

4 comments:

  1. "US Fitness is working on opening two more gyms in this area, but Gorfine would not say where they will be. One thing is clear, however: The vacant storefront on Columbia Pike in Anndnale that used to house a gym is not under consideration."

    I'm disappointed, but I want to thank you for inquiring about that.

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    1. US Fitness stay out of Annandale

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  2. Onelife is a great organization. Too bad we can't get them in Annandale.

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  3. Sport and Health is a failed gym, and business for that matter. Not at all sorry to see them go!

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