Onelife Fitness, which in January opened a new club in the Valley Mall in Halfway, will expand into Martinsburg, W.Va., and Winchester, Va.
US Fitness Holdings LLC, parent company of Onelife Fitness, issued a news release Tuesday saying it will build a 65,000-square-foot Onelife Fitness sports club in Martinsburg. The company is finalizing the location, which it said will “be announced soon.” Additionally, the company has acquired the Gold’s Gym at 167 Eagle School Road and will convert the club into a Onelife Fitness location on May 1.
“At Onelife Fitness, we are dedicated to delivering innovative fitness solutions that will help all community members pursue an active and healthy lifestyle,” John and Kirk Galiani, co-chairmen of US Fitness, said in a news release. “We are thrilled to be joining the Martinsburg community, and we look forward to delivering the ultimate fitness experience to the region.”
Projected to open in the fall of 2020, the new sports club will include group fitness classes, an indoor saltwater pool, an indoor basketball court, a Kids Club area, turf functional training areas and what the news release called “cutting edge” equipment, as well as Explosive Performance athlete training and a hydrotherapy recovery zone. Other amenities include an Elegant Mind/Body Studio that will feature yoga, barre and pilates; a spin studio featuring Coach by Color bikes; plus Zumba and other courses.
The company also announced plans to build a 60,000-square-foot Onelife Fitness sports club in the former Gander Mountain store at 215 Commonwealth Ave. in Winchester, Va. Additionally, the company has acquired the Gold’s Gym at 1109 Berryville Ave. in Winchester and will convert it into a Onelife Fitness location on May 1.
Projected to open this winter, the club will include many of the same features being planned for the club in Martinsburg.
Onelife followed a similar pattern in the Hagerstown area. On Jan. 1, 2018, it took over ownership of the Gold’s Gym at 562 Northern Ave. while pursuing plans to build the new club in part of the former Macy’s store space in the Valley Mall.
Onelife Fitness has 17 locations in the Washington, D.C., area and 34 locations nationally. It operates primarily large-format fitness clubs.
US Fitness operates both Onelife Fitness and Sport & Health brands and is an area development franchisee of Crunch Fitness, with locations in Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C., Georgia and Missouri.