Giver Fit is now open and located next to the Hagensborg Post Office on Sawmill Road

Giver Fit Athletic Club opens in Hagensborg

Giver Fit, which officially opened March 1, is a full-service gym located on Sawmill Road in Hagensborg

  • Mar. 10, 2016 12:00 p.m.

The Valley has a new place to work out. Giver Fit, which officially opened March 1, is a full-service gym located on Sawmill Road in Hagensborg (next to the Hagensborg Post Office).

Giver Fit is a members-only club. Monthly passes are $35/month, and there is a March promotion for $30/month based on a one-year contract ($360/year). You can also purchase a drop-in card with a minimum of 10 drop-ins per card. Gym access is available 24 hours through your keychain access card.

Located in the old forestry building next to the Hagensborg Post Office, the gym features free weights, two stationary bikes, a treadmill and an elliptical machine. There is also an exercise power cage, a cable cross-over, Bosu balls, weighted medicine balls, mats, and resistance bands. Giver Fit also has washrooms, showers, and change rooms.

For more information or to purchase memberships, you can call 250 982 2314 or email giverfit@gmail.com

 

 

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