San Pedro Fitness Club celebrates Grand Re-opening
Friday, December 4th, 2015
The San Pedro Fitness Club held its grand re-opening with a fun pool party on Sunday, November 29th. From 12PM to 5PM, there was a good community turnout, including a few long time members of the club. Families brought their children to enjoy a fun day in the pool, while a DJ kept the atmosphere lively. To beat the heat, Manelley’s Ice Cream scoops were available during the festivity along with delicious food on sale from Coconut Café. Many also took advantage of the membership specials that were available during the event.
The facility comes with a fully equipped gymnasium, and membership offers multiple services. The different membership options accommodate individuals, families and corporate groups as well. An individual membership runs $80BZ per month, or $200BZ for three months. Family and corporate memberships are $200BZ dollars per month, covering up to four members in the respective groups.
The facility is designed for activities that will fit everyone’s needs. Additional services include access to yoga, personal training, and aqua aerobics. In addition, the San Pedro Fitness Club comes with a cardio station, a tennis court, the largest swimming pool on the island and, in the next couple months, a basketball court. All the different activities will be overseen by professional trainers to guarantee efficiency and safety.
The general public is also notified that the facilities such as the pool and tennis court can be reserved for private events.
The club opens from 6:30AM to 7PM on weekdays and 8AM to 7PM on weekends. For tours of the facilities and membership information, contact 226-4820, email at [email protected] or through their social media page at www.facebook.com/sanpedrofitnessclub.
The San Pedro Fitness Club is located on Hurricane Street in the San Pablo Area.
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