VIRGINIA BEACH — The privately-owned Fitness 24-7 gym is making some big moves for its clients — the business is adding a second floor to their already packed space.
Fitness 24-7 resides at 397 Little Neck Road — on the corner of Virginia Beach Boulevard and Little Neck Road on the first floor of the North building. Their expansion will add two rooms on the second floor of that building.
Fitness 24-7 is working on expanding its space in order to offer cycle classes, yoga and personal training all in the same building, said Tracy Stolle, personal trainer and marketing and sales consultant for Fitness 24-7.
With the renovations set to be finished at the end of February, Fitness 24-7 will be able to offer cycle classes, yoga Classes, personal training on a turf floor and an expanded space for their clients to work out when they want, she said.
The expansion includes two new rooms for the gym’s members to use and with those rooms comes expanded offerings.
Initially, Fitness 24-7 had another studio in the same office center that they used for classes but with the added space upstairs, they’ll be able to keep everything in one location, Stolle said.
The renovations and added space will not raise any membership fees or costs, she said.
“We wanted better, more functional equipment and we wanted to improve our spin studio,” she said.
Before Fitness 24-7 was having to set up and take down for every cycle and yoga class, Stolle said.
In addition to keeping its usual yoga, cycling, boot camp and HIIT classes (High Intensity Interval Training), Stolle said they are thinking about adding more classes to their schedule.
“It all depends on the demand,” she said.
The renovation and expansion is also an upgrade and face lift for the members to experience.
Fitness 24-7 has been around for about 15 years so it only made sense to grow the current space they had, she said.
There are only a few more things that need to be done before the doors can officially open on the expansion, Stolle said.
The equipment needs to be installed, the speakers need to be wired and the stair access needs to be upgraded.
They are already offering the turf-floored training space, however.
Keep an eye on their Facebook page for more updates on their upgraded space as well as an official opening date for the Cycle studio.