Get ready for a journey to better health, as Anytime Fitness, a popular global gym chain, is offering its big 11.11 Fitmas Mega Sale for 2023!
From November 11 to 15, new members won’t have to pay joining fees, and can get a 15% discount on a 12-month membership, which will only cost PHP 2,125.
You can also buy a key fob for PHP 2,500, which will give you access to all Anytime Fitness gyms worldwide. With this keyfob, you can use Anytime Fitness gyms, their modern equipment, and various group fitness classes for all fitness levels. You’ll also have the chance to sign up for personal coaching sessions.
Anytime Fitness is a well-known fitness network in the region and has set new standards in the wellness industry. They were the first to introduce the 24/7 fitness franchise concept and have built a strong reputation in Southeast Asia over more than a decade. They offer great opportunities for fitness enthusiasts and entrepreneurs to thrive and experience a higher level of wellness commitment in Asia.
In the last ten years, they’ve become the fastest-growing gym franchise globally, operating 24/7, 365 days a year, with over 5 million members in 5,500 gyms across the world, including Antarctica. The Philippines alone has 145 Anytime Fitness gyms. They also have over 330 clubs in various Asian markets like Singapore, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Their main goal is to make fitness easy and fun for everyone, 24/7, and to change the way people reach their fitness goals as the largest and fastest-growing gym franchise worldwide.
Get this Offer from Anytime Fitness!
End the year on a high note and get ready for the holidays by keeping in shape with Anytime Fitness’ 11.11 Fitmas Mega Sale! This offer is available from November 11 to November 15, 2023, and you can find it at all 145 Anytime Fitness branches across the Philippines. To learn more about this offer, visit Anytime Fitness’s website.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.