F45 Training Sets Opening Date for Olney Location

F45 Training, an Australian franchisor and operator of fitness centers based in Austin, Texas, is opening its Olney location on Saturday, February 25th. The fitness center has taken over the 3,200 SF location that was previously home to Pet Valu in Olney’s Fair Hill Shopping Center (previously Olney Town Center) at 18100 Town Center Drive, Unit 8115. F45 Olney posted the following on its Facebook page today:

Our Grand Opening will be 2/25/23! In honor and in prep of our big day, we are allowing all Founding Members VIP access to the studio beginning 2/13-2/24. That’s right, all Founding Members workout for FREE for half a month prior to us opening. No risk, just a good time. If you have not locked in your Founders Rate yet, message us directly through our page and we can ensure you get access to our exclusive two weeks of free classes prior to us opening our new home. DO. IT. NOW.

With over 1,750 studios in 45 countries across Australia/Oceania, North America, South America, Asia, Europe and Africa, F45 caught the eye of the Mark Wahlberg Investment Group and FOD Capital. In 2019 it was announced they’d be buying a minority stake in the F45 business which was valued at $450 million. F45 first opened in Montgomery County in Bethesda in December of 2016. Its second location opened on the ground floor of the Solaire 8250 on Georgia Avenue in downtown Silver Spring in mid-December. Many might remember plans for F45 to open at Rio Lakefront in Gaithersburg, but plans fell through during the pandemic. Additional MoCo locations in Bethesda and Potomac are also coming soon.

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