Sport&Health Spotlight Club Improvements
Sport & Health, the McLean, Virginia-based chain with 24 facilities in Virginia, Maryland, and greater Washington, D.C. market, is in the midst of a major renovation and expansion initiative. Earlier this year, it celebrated the grand reopening of its Reston, Virginia, facility in a gala ceremony that featured Ken Harvey, the Pro Bowl linebacker for the Washington Redskins, as well as the Washington Redskins Cheerleaders. Among the additions facilitated by the $700,000 renovations are a new member lounge with WI-Fi capability, a new lobby area, rubber flooring in the strength-training area, new carpeting and tile throughout the club, and new state-of-the-art equipment, including Trixter bikes.
A few weeks later, the company unveiled a similar array of improvements at its club in northwest Washington, D.C. That reopening featured football great, and former Redskin, Antwaan Randle El, along with the Redskins Cheerleaders.
Last year, Sport & Health dedicated a new site in Gainesville, Virginia, and is now developing a 42, 000-square-foot facility in Woodbridge, Virginia. The new club will feature more than 100 pieces of cardio equipment, strength-training equipment, free weights, group fitness and virtual cycling studios, a Kidz Klub and maze, and indoor pool, a basketball courts, and luxurious locker rooms. “We’re in the throes of our growth plans,” – Mark Fisher, the president and CEO of Sport & Health, told the Washington Business Journal. -