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3 Keys to Active Aging

Northwest 50 Plus | By Bill Righter – Contributing writer

A rise in weight and decline in health isn’t an inevitable part of aging

Though it’s a bit difficult to average, many studies point to around one pound of weight gain per year for Americans, and even higher for those over the age of 50.

 

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Virtual On Demand. 

Now Available to Primary BFit Members 

Virtual Fitness For You - Workouts, Anytime, Anywhere!

Our doors may not be open but as we navigate through these challenging times, together, we promised to continue to explore meaningful ways to inspire, motivate, and keep you healthy. We have taken this promise to heart, and spent the last couple of weeks developing a solution to keep you active and engaged… we are proud to introduce BFit Virtual On Demand... #BFitOnDemand #BFitVirtual

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Member Awareness

Health and Safety Update | COVID-19

Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice.

We’ve so missed you all these last few weeks! We know you are as anxious as we are to resume your fitness and health regime. Our goal at this time is to open as soon as possible, but the safety of our community and flattening the curve is still our number one priority.  It has become increasingly clear that we will need to extend our closings through and potentially past April 30th. At this point, our gyms will remain closed until we get the green light from the local government and CDC. 

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Festive Workouts

Tonight With Cassidy – hosted by KGW8

BFit Gyms shows you how to use holiday food for an easy workout during the busy festive season. #TonightwithCassidy

Managing Director, Bill Righter, and friends take the screen to share some fun, easy, and festive workouts you could do at home. Plus, some shareable facts about BFit Gyms.

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Shareable Gym Membership

PDX Executive Podcast – hosted by Dan

Listen in to our Managing Director, Bill Righter, explain our shareable concept at BFit Gyms.  

BFit Gym's concept is based on a community gym with shareability. Similar to the way we share Netflix passwords between friends, family or our cousin’s boyfriends sister... BFit memberships can be shared among any number of people.

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Congratulations!

Member Thanksgiving Contest – hosted by BFit Gyms

Congratulations to all of our participating members who shared why they were thankful of BFit Gyms!

We are proud to share the top four images of our Free Turkey winners!

Thank you everyone for participating in our instagram contest, please keep an eye and ear out for our next one!  

#Thankful4BFit

BFits Goal is Shareability

Speaking Freely Podcast – hosted by Lucinda with KXL 

Listen in to our Managing Director, Bill Righter, explain the concept of BFit Gyms. Plus, guest appearances from our General Manager Katie Lau, and Personal Trainer Valerie Smith wrap up the podcast perfectly with sharing their BFit experience. 

BFit Gym's concept is based on a community gym with shareability. Similar to the way we share Netflix passwords between friends, family or our cousin’s boyfriends sister... BFit memberships can be shared among any number of people.

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Congratulations!

Member Halloween Costume Contest – hosted by BFit Gyms

Congratulations to all of our participating members who dressed their best this Halloween!

We are proud to announce our three winners: @Kilted_shieldmaiden from BFit Gresham, @crystal.berry.121 from BFit Happy Valley and our Grand Prize Winner @aquabandit from BFit Tualatin! 

Thank you everyone for participating in our first instagram contest, please keep an eye and ear out for our next one in November!  

#BFitSpooktacular

Shared Membership Model Fuels Expansion

Portland Journal of Business | By Zane Vorenberg – Contributing writer

Strategies: BFit Gym's unique shared membership model fuels expansion, promotes inclusivity

After 20 years working in the fitness industry, Bill Righter found himself pondering how to bring a new group of members to his gyms by offering more accessibility and affordability to everyone.

Righter, who spent much of his career as a 24 Hour Fitness manager and personal trainer, believed that allowing members to share their cards with friends could open up more avenues to fitness.

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