Friday, January 25, 2013

Workout Anytime featured in The Champion

The article includes three great photos of the facility in Dunwoody and describes the flexibility and affordable cost of the WorkoutAnytime franchise. The article highlights the 24-hour, seven-day-a-week fitness concept and Bill Aicklen notes the affordability and convenience of the gym. Randy Trotter describes how the concept was founded and the proven success of the business model.

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By: Kathy Mitchell

With the start of a new year, many people have self-improvement—especially becoming stronger, leaner and healthier—on their minds. Typically, gym memberships spike during January. But many who sign gym membership contracts later find scheduling and expense more difficult than they had expected.

Bill Aicklen, who currently owns two DeKalb Workout Anytime locations, in Decatur and Dunwoody, and has just signed a deal to bring two more to the area, said the Workout Anytime gym franchise offers the flexibility and affordable cost that many gym members need.

Monday, January 7, 2013

Workout Anytime featured on Huntsville, Ala's WAFF-TV 48

Workout Anytime of Huntsville, Ala was featured on WAFF-TV's website in a great story about people making good on their 2013 fitness resolutions.  The article mentions how devotees and newbies alike are finding it easy to stick to their fitness and health goals this year with the aid of Tim Webster, general manager of the Workout Anytime location in Huntsville.

'Workout Anytime' offers inspirations for New Year's resolutions
by Christine Pae for WAFF-TV


People with fresh resolutions are wasting no time hitting the treadmills. But what's keeping them going?

Its 10:30 a.m. on New Year's Day and gym goers are ready to break a sweat.

"I was motivated, I got up, and I said ‘Here I am,'" one woman said.

This will be one of the busiest weeks of the year for fitness centers.

"Most definitely we're going to be picking up every day from here on out through about February, March," Tim Webster, the general manager of Workout Anytime, said.

And according to Webster, for a lot of people, just showing up at his place is a great first step.

"You made the toughest step coming in through that front door. The rest of it is easy now," he said.

And keeping that determination throughout the year is only a matter of focusing on what you want changed.

"Once you find out what those goals are, it's easier to hone in on them. And okay, I know where I want to start you off. ‘I want to lose the mid-section,' we need to start you on our cardio," Webster said.

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Thursday, January 3, 2013

Workout Anytime in Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

The article talked about Workout Anytime planning to develop into Columbus, GA. In the article, it mentioned the brand is looking for entrepreneurs and plan to expand with three to four locations. It also mentioned Workout Anytime has about 50 stores open or in development, with a short-term goal of reaching 100 units.

Outsider food, retail chains keen to have local presence
By Tony Adams for The Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

That's the task before Randy Trotter as well, finding entrepreneurs willing and able financially to buy into Atlanta-based fitness company Workout Anytime, which could have three to four locations at full build-out.

"We like the Columbus market. We call it an underserved market," said Trotter, vice president of franchise development for Workout Anytime, which now has about 50 stores open or in development, with a short-term goal of reaching 100 units. Supermarket-anchored shopping centers are the preferred locations, he said.


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