LA Fitness is a company that currently operates more than 200 fitness centers in the United States and in Canada. LA Fitness first got it started when three men, Fred Turock, Jeremy Taylor and David Turner decided to pool their resources to manage three fitness clubs. Since its beginning in 1984, the Irvine, California based company acquired underperforming fitness gyms, converting them to LA Fitness. This model worked well for LA Fitness as its holdings continued to expand. Starting in 1995, LA Fitness rolled out a blueprint for what all of its new clubs would look like: 45,000 feet. Since then LA Fitness has pioneered friendly, well equipped fitness gyms into more geographic regions.
LA Fitness made an initial public offering (IPO) in 1999 and became traded on major stock exchanges. Because they wanted to make sure that the LA Fitness brand would continue to represent a quality and affordable forum for health and fitness enthusiasts, LA Fitness was taken off the exchanges and returned to private control under MidOcean Partners. Since then, LA Fitness has grown by founding entirely new clubs, taking over failing clubs and remaking them, and acquiring other successful chains of fitness gyms and clubs. LA Fitness is now international with at least 88 locations in the United Kingdom.
LA Fitness offers basketball, racquetball, free weights, aerobics machines, and other equipment so that customers have the most flexibility in the way they train. Personal trainers and classes are also available at LA Fitness. You can try out as many of the classes that interest you, taking advantage of the child care that is available at most locations. LA Fitness also sponsors league play, a move that strengthens its customer loyalty and gives even more people the opportunity to join in with a more physically active lifestyle. Regardless of who you are or why you want to be fit, LA Fitness has made its mission to provide the equipment and the atmosphere necessary to persuade people to join its clubs and allow fitness to become a permanent part of their lifestyle.
Printable coupons can be found on the LA Fitness web site. Most of them involve free passes so prospective members can try the LA Fitness experience risk free. You can also find some LA Fitness Coupons online with third party promotional sites. If you are interested in LA Fitness and the printable coupons on their web site are not enough for you, be sure to check your local newspapers for membership specials and promotions in your area.