Spacious fitness with a new view

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A wooden structure is under construction

Fitness Inc.’s new, two-story facility is being constructed at 201 Industrial Road F in Cranbrook. — Photo courtesy Trevor Zak

Fitness Inc. in Cranbrook is moving to a new location in January 2018.

“We have outgrown our current location (in the Tamarack Centre) and the opportunity came along to have our own building,” said Trevor Zak, Fitness Inc. CEO. “It’s a brand-new, energy-efficient building with more space and a ton of windows with amazing views!”

Fitness Inc.’s new home is 12,500 square feet, 3,800 square feet larger than its current residence. The new two-storey facility is being constructed at 201 Industrial Road F. Some state-of-the-art features to look forward to are the group X (variety exercise) room, ladies-only section and weight-lifting area with new equipment. 

Trevor Zak smiles for a photo

Trevor Zak is the CEO of Fitness Inc. in Cranbrook, B.C. — Photo courtesy Trevor Zak

Kyle Born

Kyle Born is a writer for Kootenay Business and his initials match that of the magazine—it must be fate that brought them together. View all of Kyle Born’s articles

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