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Anytime Fitness Releases ‘Weight of the Union’ Report

HASTINGS, Minn. Jan. 27, 2011 4 a.m.

"Weight of the Union"

$3 million

Chuck Runyon

http://www.anytimehealth.com/blog/8547-the-weight-of-the-union

Additional findings include:

  • midnight to 4 a.m.
  • Minnesota Delaware Connecticut Vermont
  • Gym usage decreases with age:  32 percent were in their 20s; 24 percent were in their 30s; 19 percent were in their 40s; and 18 percent were in their 50s and beyond.
  • 6 p.m. on Mondays
  • Most popular day of the year:  May 17 (more than 75 percent more popular than the average day)
  • December 25

In addition to creating an optimal workout environment, Anytime Fitness offers online fitness and nutritional support on AnytimeHealth.com – a personalized wellness tool that offers scientifically accurate health trackers, health information from expert sources, fun contests, community forums and much more.

Data compiled from 235,000 active users on AnytimeHealth.com reveals that in 2010, members lost over 90,000 pounds and burned more than 150,000,000 calories.

Anytime Fitness plans on releasing "The Weight of the Union" Report on an annual basis in an effort to gauge the country’s progress in health and fitness.

About Anytime Fitness

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About AnytimeHealth.com

Launched in 2010, Anytime Health is quickly becoming the best health and wellness website on the Internet.  This comprehensive, open-access web portal is dedicated to nutrition, fitness, and disease prevention and management.  It’s essentially a one-stop shop for all of your health and wellness needs, and includes a diet tracker, activity tracker, workout planner, and a robust community with support groups and a unique question and answer section.  To check out the tools and features, sign-up for a free account, purchase a premium subscription or join an Anytime Fitness club near you!

SOURCE Anytime Fitness

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