Further Guidance On Essential Aspects Of Fitness

The Columbia gym is a donation-based membership gym. The Point Fitness owner Michelle March assists Kendra Tyson. The Columbia gym is a donation-based membership gym. (Jay Reed / Baltimore Sun) After one local couple fell in love over fitness, they were excited to open a gym in Columbia. But it wasn’t exactly the success that they were hoping to find in a new business. “It ended up being just another gym in Columbia,” said Michelle March, 29, who opened the Point Fitness in December with her boyfriend, Jacob Haiss. “We had no Isometric Exercises customer flow and went months without anyone coming in.” So they had a drastic idea: Take away the $15-a-month membership fee and become a “free gym.” In March, they started Isometric Exercises Equipment running completely on donations. “I figured if we went out of business because our gym didn’t work, that’s one thing, but if we went out of business without anyone ever knowing we’re here, that would really be a shame,” March said. “You spend the most time at home, work and one other place,” says Mark Covington, the Columbia company’s co-owner and chief motivation officer. “We want to be that third place where people...

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