|By PR Newswire||
|April 3, 2014 01:38 AM EDT||
LANSDALE, Pa., April 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- UFC GYM® is pleased to celebrate the grand opening of its newest location in the heart of Lansdale Pennsylvania. The much-anticipated UFC GYM located at 423 South Broad Street will host free events, classes, fitness assessments and tours from April 4-6. "We want to bring the health and fitness benefits of mixed martial arts to everyone — really cater to the entire family," said Larry Mays, franchisee of the UFC GYM Lansdale. "We offer fun, challenging, total body workouts that help members TRAIN DIFFERENT® and burn as much as 1,000 calories per work out. We are focused on helping people of all ages and fitness levels reach their fitness goals and enjoy the supportive member community environment." UFC GYM's TRAIN DIFFERENT® approach uses unconventional training methods at the gym. It fuses together the multi-disciplined approach of mixed martial arts with state-of-the-art equipment and traditional fitness. Members can access as many tools and resources as they need to reach their goals and develop a healthy lifestyle.
To register for classes during the grand opening please sign up at https://www.facebook.com/UFCGYMLansdale. For more information and special grand opening rates, visit www.ufcgym.com/lansdale, or call 215 361 1269 or email [email protected]. Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UFCGYMLansdale and Twitter: @UFCGymLansdale.
About Mays Fitness & Wellness Inc.
Mays Fitness & Wellness Inc. is based in the Philadelphia area and invests in products and services in the increasingly expanding "Train Different" fitness and wellness industry owning and operating the UFC Gym in Lansdale. Larry Mays has many years of experience in the development of upstart intra-ventures working with global companies such as Pan American, Unisys, Tyco/ADT and as a Senior VP with IBS Software Services.
Larry holds a BS degree in Business Management from Adelphi University and an MBA from Saint Joseph's University. He has also completed an Executive Management education program sponsored by the Kellogg Graduate School of Management.
About UFC GYM®
UFC GYM® is the first major brand extension of the Ultimate Fighting Championship®, the world leader in the sport of mixed martial arts (MMA). In alliance with New Evolution Ventures™ (NeV), developers of many of the world's most successful fitness brands, the UFC GYM brand gives UFC enthusiasts and fitness seekers of all ages the opportunity to practice the training techniques of famed UFC athletes. Offering a full-range of group fitness classes, private MMA training, personal and group dynamic training, plus MMA style youth programming,. For more information, please visit www.ufcgym.com and follow UFC GYM at www.Facebook.com/UFCGYM and Twitter: @UFCGYM.
About New Evolution Ventures® (NeV)
Based in Northern California, New Evolution Ventures® (NeV) has a two-decade plus record of success in delivering superior returns on investment, specializing in the acquisition, development and operations management of both domestic and international fitness endeavors. Founded in 2008 by Mark Mastrov, Jim Rowley and Mike Feeney and following a strategic partnership with Vision Capital in 2011, the current team of NeV professionals is setting new industry standards. Operations span over 20 countries worldwide and includes hundreds of facilities. NeV is a global leader, expanding and reinventing the vision of fitness. For more information, visit www.nev.com.
SOURCE UFC GYM Lansdale
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