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Gold's Gym Announces Massive 'Resolution Bailout'

Tuesday, December 30, 2008 General News J E 4
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Company Offers Free Workouts & Fitness Advice This New Year's Weekend to Help Save America's Troubled Resolutions



DALLAS, Dec. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Gold's Gym, the world's leading authority on health and fitness, is helping Americans stay committed to their fitness resolutions in 2009 by launching a massive "Resolution Bailout." The company will open its doors free of charge to the public on Thursday, January 1st through Sunday, January 4th to provide Americans the opportunity to kick-off their resolutions the right way. In addition to offering every consumer a free day of fitness, health experts will be available on-site at Gold's Gyms nationwide to offer tips on setting realistic fitness goals that work.



"The New Year is the time when people across the country set out to be healthier and more fit in the year ahead," said Mike Ryan, Gold's Gym Fitness Institute expert and celebrity trainer. "Unfortunately nearly 75 percent of those resolutions won't be kept past Presidents Day, but by setting realistic goals, being healthy and fit in 2009 can be achieved."



"Resolution Bailout" is part of Gold's Gym's commitment to help improve the nation's health. Adults are welcome to visit their nearest participating Gold's Gym club for one free day of fitness and a fitness assessment, or log on to www.goldsgym.com for more information.



About Gold's Gym

Established in Venice, Calif. in 1965, Gold's Gym is the largest full service gym chain in the world with over 620 locations in 43 states and 30 countries. Gold's Gym offers the latest equipment and services, including group exercise, personal training, cardiovascular equipment, spinning, Pilates and yoga. With nearly 3 million members worldwide, Gold's Gym helps all kinds of people achieve their individual potential through fitness.



SOURCE Gold's Gym
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