The new facility will offer cardio machines, strength equipment, locker rooms, flat screen televisions, HydroMassage loungers, massage chairs, tanning beds and more, according to a news release.
A new boutique indoor cycling studio, GritCycle, has announced its tenancy at Long Beach Exchange.
Guests can get a first look at the recently installed, free-to-use exercise equipment and learn about the entire Fitness Loop.
The first piece of fitness equipment of the new Downtown Fitness Loop will be on display at the official groundbreaking ceremony on Saturday, July 9 at 10:00AM, near the Shoreline Marina Office, south of Shoreline Village, the City of Long Beach announced Wednesday.
Spinning, rooftop yoga, Crossfit and workouts with a view will all be afforded to members of the new Olympix Fitness, a 25,000 square foot new fitness facility located adjacent to Chuck’s Coffee Shop on the Belmont Shore stretch Ocean Boulevard. The gym, developed by the same people who created Berlin Bistro and the Temple Lofts, is slated to open in late summer 2016.
Last week, the Post sat down with Joey Altobelli, former owner of the now-defunct Crossfit Intersect, and owner of the newly-minted Fourth Street Annex. Altobelli hopes his latest venture will engage fitness enthusiasts of all levels—especially those who probably weren’t Crossfit fans.
The public is invited to join the grand opening of the Houghton Park Fitness Zone on Tuesday, November 24 at 9:00AM, the City of Long Beach recently announced.
On Saturday Downtown’s tenacious neighborhood gym, Groundwork Fitness, kicked off their “Keep LBC Fit” campaign with a free and family-friendly Interactive Obstacle Course event at Lincoln Park, where the winner of the local photography contest inspired by the event was announced.
Get your blood pressure, heart and blood glucose levels checked for free at the Keep LBC Fit Obstacle Course and Wellness event in downtown Long Beach.
If you’re looking for creative ways to get in shape—instead of spending hundreds of dollars of your hard-earned money on a gym membership, only to walk away defeated, broke and unmotivated—head on over to Public Beer Wine Shop for a crowd-sourced slideshow full of new ideas on how to actively approach the city of Long Beach and make your city your gym.