Take a peek inside the newest Fitness Crunch in downtown Pennsylvania.
Crunch Fitness opened a location on Union Deposit Road in Susquehanna Township in December 2018. And later, the fitness chain opened locations near Park City Center in Lancaster in 2019 and another location last June on Market Street. in the Township of Springettsbury. There is also a Fitness Crunch on Loucks Road in York.
And now the newest Crunch Fitness has opened in Cumberland County. Crunch Fitness will open the $ 4 million facility Thursday at 4:30 a.m. in the former 27,000 square foot Staples space of the Hampden Commons Mall at 5850 Carlisle Pike in Hampden Township. The facility offers lessons, cardio, weights, hydromassage, a riding studio and more.
PennLive visited the new facility on Wednesday. Click on the photo gallery above to take a peek inside the new facility.
The fitness chain says it adopts a “non-judgmental” philosophy and that everyone, regardless of their fitness level, is welcome. Ben Midgley, CEO of Crunch Franchise told PennLive in 2019 that while the slogan “No Judgments” may sound familiar to Planet Fitness’s “Judgment Free Zone” slogan, Crunch Fitness has used the slogan “No Judgments” since 1995, which he said it was years before Planet Fitness’s âNo Judgment Zoneâ.
There are over 300 Crunch Fitness locations.
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Crunch Fitness joins Ollie’s Bargain Outlet, Home Depot, PetSmart and Ashley HomeStore at the mall. The Ollie’s store opened in 2018 and the Ashley HomeStore store opened last year. Nearby, Burlington will open a new store on Friday in the old SteinMart space.
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