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Blink Fitness was created in 2008 to reinvent, disrupt and completely change the value gym category. Since then, everything Blink has done has been to rethink and improve upon that experience, with a huge focus on leveraging technology innovations to achieve its goals. Blink’s CEO, Todd Magazine, previously worked for companies such as Pfizer, Gatorade, Quaker Foods, and Proctor & Gamble. Striving to bring every member world-class customer service, attention to detail, and a highend design sensibility, he’s hired topof-the-line leaders, from Operations and Technology to Marketing. His leadership team comes from incredibly diverse backgrounds outside of the fitness category to ensure Blink is thinking differently.
racks, squat racks, and multi-use stretch areas in Blink. Plus, there’s a functional area for HIIT and bodyweight circuit training, battle ropes, kettlebells, medicine balls, Bosu® balls, stability balls, foam rollers, resistance bands, Plyo boxes, TRX—and one-on-one personal training! Now that’s uplifting… Every member gets a free 30-minute
This gym launched in 2011 with three locations: Blink Noho (NYC), Blink Paramus (NJ), and Blink Yonkers (NY). Today, you can find us across the country in New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Boston, California, Chicago, Detroit, Dallas and many more to come in 2019! Blink brings something special to every member the moment they hit the gym—it’s our Feel Good Experience ™. We believe that exercise isn’t just about looking good, it’s also about feeling good, so we’ve designed our gyms with Mood Above Muscle™ in mind. From our brightly lit and color ful open spaces to our friendly staff— called Mood Lifters—we believe that if we create a space that makes our members feel comfortable and motivated they will keep coming back. And did we mention how pristine we keep our gyms and equipment? That’s because of our every body cleans philosophy. You’ll also find 80+ pieces of cardio equipment, 50+ pieces of strength equipment, 40 pairs of dumbbells up to 90 lbs, Olympic benches, power AthleisureMag.com
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