Former Seahawk opens 2nd new fitness center
All Pro Defensive Tackle, Sam Adams of the Buffalo Bills and former Seahawk, along with business partner, Merle Gregg will host the Grand Opening of Epicenter Bellevue fitness club on Wednesday, February 22nd. Epicenter Seattle opened a 25,000 square foot "State of the art" fitness center in the heart of downtown Seattle on 3rd Avenue between Union and Pike. Epicenter Bellevue is a 28,000 square foot facility located in the Bellevue Place Building at 800 Bellevue Way NE, Suite 200.
Epicenter is "shaking up the world of fitness" by marketing its distinctive "Fast Fitness" concept to the downtown business workforce. Starting with speedy, electronic check-ins and then swiftly moving on to exercise workouts built around 30-minute formats, an individual can leave work, get in a good workout, and return to work - all within an hour lunch break. Epicenter has several 30-minute programs including aerobics, spinning, personal training, heated yoga classes, and a special 25-minute circuit training room designed by Nautilus. Over 100 pieces of cardio and resistance equipment as well as free weights will be available. Steam rooms and dry saunas are in each of the locker rooms. "Digi-lock" lockers that do away with the need for padlocks save time and frustration. You can also enjoy a 25 meter lap swimming pool and Jacuzzi's at the new Bellevue location along with free parking.
Adams and Gregg work to create an experience where people do not encounter any of the things they have found objectionable about fitness clubs. Epicenter is offering $36.00-a-month membership dues with no contracts or application processing fees, which will include both locations for those who join by February 28th, 2006. With the club open seven days a week, memberships are all inclusive with no restrictions on access to any facilities or equipment.
Adams is opening Epicenter with a long-term plan; after completing his NFL career, he will be active in the day-to-day operations of the fitness center. He is a leader in the Seattle community, founding and supporting the Earthquake Foundation, a charitable organization providing programs and support for disadvantaged youth, as well as motivating students to reach their full potential.
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