Friday, December 15, 2006

Arizona fitness chain has eye on Colorado Springs

Mountainside Fitness of Phoenix is considering Colorado Springs for one of the six locations it plans to open in Colorado in the next two years. The company will make its first venture outside Arizona when it opens a fitness center in the Denver suburb of Westminster in January, and it is scouting locations in downtown Denver, Thornton, Golden, Littleton, Aurora, Parker and Lone Tree, in addition to the Springs. Mountainside Fitness clubs offer exercise classes and weight training, with amenities ranging from sauna and steam room to a climbing wall. The clubs range in size from 13,000 square feet to 40,000 square feet.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I often wondered why Bally Total Fitness does not expand into the climbing wall business. Both clubs in the Springs have enough room for nice climbing wall areas. I really miss the walking/jogging track the north club used to have. I see a need for Bally to consider a Powers blvd or even farther east location with an expanded pool area and dry/wet saunas and climbing wall.