Snap Nation in the News - Week of July 19

A Great Cause, an Improved Club and More

Snap Fitness

Geared for the Future


When it comes to fitness, it’s always good to look to the future. And that’s exactly what the Snap Fitness location in Osceola, WI is doing. 


After the business next door closed down, Snap Fitness owner Darcy Brookins decided to increase the size of the club to provide a better workout experience for members. Not only has the space doubled in size, increasing their capacity to serve the members of their community, but they boast new interior, new machines and have introduced new workout programming with Myzone and MYFIT.


Brookins touted the benefits of functional fitness to The Sun, saying it “Enhances those types of muscle groups in your body instead of just static exercising. It’s a little bit healthier and actually better for you.” 


We couldn’t agree more. 


Read the full article at The Sun.

One Hot Workout


Challenge yourself and fellow gym members at the ‘Beat the Heat’ Indoor Triathlon in Plaquemine, Louisiana on Monday, July 22. 


You’ll stay out of the scorching summer sun while still getting in an awesome workout, featuring:


-A 5 mile indoor bike ride

-20 minutes of HIIT 

-1 mile run on the treadmill! 


Think you’re up for the challenge? Then give it your best shot at one of three sessions: 10 a.m., 3 p.m., and 6 p.m.


For more information and to sign up for the hottest workout of the summer, check out their Eventbrite


Not in Louisiana? Snap Fitness locations across the country are running these triathlons, so find your nearest gym today! 

Snapping Together


Support a great cause and refresh your workout gear at the Snap Fitness Bendigo, Australia on July 27. 


After a club member’s relative passed away earlier in the year, franchisee Emma McDowall had the idea to raise awareness for ovarian cancer. To help support the cause, from 9 a.m. to noon, take part in an activewear clothing swap initiative where you can buy new and used women’s workout clothes, with proceeds going to the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation.


There will also be a donation based workout offered, with both events open to members and non-members. 


To find out more information about this great cause, check out the full article at The Bendigo Advertiser