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New Low-Cost Fitness Center Comes to Manville

Retro Fitness, a low-cost, high-value concept that gives members an unbelievable, high-energy workout experience, is opening its newest New Jersey location at 114 N. Main Street in Manville. This gym is local owner, Bill Iovino’s third Retro Fitness to open in the region, joining facilities in Hillsborough and North Brunswick.

Following 22 years of service with the United States Army, retiring as a Master Sergeant, Iovino began looking for a fitness center where he could workout in a comfortable environment. He came across Retro Fitness, loved the concept and instantly became reminded of his entrepreneurial desire to open a fitness center of his own. After further research, Iovino realized Retro Fitness’ business model was the perfect fit for his entrepreneurial passion.

Iovino encourages local community members to drop by the Preview Center, located in the same plaza as the new Retro Fitness Manville. At the Preview Center, residents can sign up for a membership at a reduced rate, while the gym completes the construction of the full-service facility, which is slated to open in May. Prior to the gym’s official opening, the community can sign-up for the $19.99 monthly membership rate and receive a $0 enrollment fee. “Retro Fitness amplifies what everyone loves about working out and integrates it into a friendly, non-intimidating gym atmosphere with unparalleled customer service,” said Iovino. “Members can change their lives for less than 75 cents a day—you can’t beat that price with our amenities.”

Retro Fitness of Manville will feature a more than 14,000 square-foot facility that blends vibrant color schemes into a fun, energetic atmosphere where gym members can comfortably meet their fitness goals. The location will offer a full collection of the industry’s leading, top-of-the line strength equipment and cardio machines, complete with individual flat-screen television monitors.

Adding to the excitement, the Retro Fitness Manville will offer a variety of live classes, including spin, Zumba, group fitness classes and circuit training, among other options. Members can also work up a sweat in the popular cardio movie theatre that houses a variety of cardio equipment instead of seats and plays movies on a gigantic screen throughout the day. In addition, members can enjoy one-on-one personal training, virtual fitness classes, full-service locker rooms, a supervised children’s playroom, the latest in tanning technology, a full-service pro-shop and a Retro Blends smoothie bar, all within an exciting and energetic social atmosphere.

Area residents interested in joining Retro Fitness can stop by the gym’s Preview Center to get a sneak peek into the bells and whistles of this state of the art fitness facility and sign up for a membership at a reduced rate. Retro Fitness of Manville Preview Center is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Special registration discounts are available for a limited time.

For more information please call Retro Fitness of Manville at (908) 526-9400 or visit http://manvillenj.retrofitness.net.
Pen Man March 28, 2014 at 01:36 PM
What happened to The Body Shop, in the old Cost Cutters Strip Mall?
S.G. March 28, 2014 at 06:21 PM
It seems as though I remember an auction of their equipment. From their old website: " IT IS WITH A HEAVY HEART THAT I MUST ANNOUNCE THAT AS OF DECEMBER 31ST 2013 WE WILL BE CLOSING OUR DOORS FOR GOOD.OUR LEASE AT THIS LOCATION HAS EXPIRED AND THE NEW LEASE DEAL BY OUR LANDLORD WAS TOO EXPENSIVE TO CONTINUE OPERATING AT THIS LOCATION. tHANK YOU SO MUCH FOR ALL THE YEARS OF SUPPORT AND WISH ALL MY MEMBERS ALL THE LUCK IN THEIR FUTURE ENDEAVORS. RICH"

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