A new retro fitness site is coming to Tamarak

Retro Fitness

By Brian Boggio

Retro Fitness He wants to disrupt the race.

The gym will open in December New place At Tamarak Town Square at 8129 N. Pine Island Road, with a temporary opening date, December 5.

According to General Manager Alan Turkkin, Retro is a 21st century facility with state-of-the-art matrix equipment and team components.

“Our club is like a whole meal,” he said. “It’s a small step up.”

For members who want a cardio session, each machine comes with a local TV station and a consulate with cable and netflix. So, while members are working, you can also get a squid game.

There are also extensive strength equipment and free weights, personal training and team classes. The daily group classes include zumba, tai chi, and yoga.

The new 15,000-square-foot facility will have a Zen Cave with red-light treatment, massage chairs and skincare beds. Members can enjoy a wide selection of juice bars before and after exercise, such as protein cocktails. They will also have recipes to help members eat healthy and prepare meals.

Retro Fitness’s hours are Monday through Friday from 5 am to 11 p.m. It is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 1 a.m. to 1 p.m.

According to Turkey, all new members will receive a fitness assessment that includes more information on their body fat percentage, water weight and body composition. A modern machine does this. However, many gyms do not have this because it is expensive. But he says this will help members set realistic goals.

Turkey believes that many people will go out of their way for a great gym and hopes to help members feel happy and feel good about themselves.

Retro Fitness was founded in 2005 by Eric Casaburi. There are now more than 120 vacancies in the United States, starting with the Northeast Gym.

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Brian Boggino

Brian, a graduate of the University of Florida, holds a master’s degree in geosciences from Florida International University. He has a keen interest in climate, entertainment and journalism.