The Union Recorder


May 30, 2013

Kinetix offers new programs to help shape up your summer workout

MILLEDGEVILLE — For residents looking for a local health club this summer that offers a  range of services to help guide them on the path to healthier living, Kinetix Health Club on Highway 22 may be just what the doctor ordered. 

The health club, once known as Fitness Plus, was renamed Kinetix in January. The club offers a wide range of private and group classes, all professionally designed to target specific needs. 

“There are a lot of benefits to joining a health club, but the ones that stand out the most is that it helps you look better, feel better and live a healthier lifestyle,” said Greg Miller, club co-owner. 

When Miller heard that the owner of Fitness Plus had a potential interest in selling the facility, he saw it as an opportunity to branch out on his own. 

“I started with the original Kinetix in Macon and when my partner heard about the possibility of Fitness Plus selling, I figured it’d be a great way to branch out and have my own club,” said Miller. 

The facility has a slightly new business model in place along with several pieces of new equipment. According to Haley Burnett, general manager of the health club, there have been consistent improvements made ever since Hill acquired ownership.

“We haven’t made it into a completely new gym,” said Miller. “We’re just upgrading and continuing the process of making the health club what it should be, which is the premier health club and gym for Milledgeville.”

In June, Kinetix will have a day dedicated to thanking all of its members for their continued business while allowing other residents of Baldwin County to experience the gym for themselves.

“We’re having a Member Appreciation Day on June 24 to introduce some brand new programs to our club,” said Evan Grimes, personal training manager. “Members can bring guests to try the place out and see for themselves if the health club is a good fit for them.” 

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