Echelon Fitness Studio Opens Downtown

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

The Echelon Fitness Studio, specializing in high-energy workouts for all fitness levels, opens Oct. 29 in Historic Downtown Chattanooga. 

The new Echelon Fitness Center is at 1400 Market St. in the Chattanooga Choo Choo Entertainment Complex.   With over 3,000 square feet, this group fitness center will be the largest in the area.  Each studio offers classes that will be streamed live throughout the world on the Echelon App.

The larger cycling studio will feature more than 40 Echelon Smart Connect bikes.  Each smart bike will monitor and track progress while competing globally with riders on the Echelon Fit App.  All classes feature energizing music and lighting choreographed with a low-impact, high-cardio workout suitable for any fitness level, said officials. 

The second studio offers classes for low impact Flex Bike, Barre, Pilates, Strength Training, Yoga, Meditation, Flexibility and more.  The high-intensity fitness classes will track level of output while competing with others in the global Echelon community. 

"It is both exciting and an honor to share the global Echelon experience with Chattanooga in our state-of-the-art fitness center," said Echelon Founder Lou Lentine. "We have been filming in Chattanooga for the past year, and we are excited about opening our new studio to all of Chattanooga to enjoy." 

Class start times range from 6 a.m.-9 p.m. to accommodate members schedules and fitness levels. Founding members are offered a discounted rate of $99 per month. Since classes are being filmed for global members, off-peak hours will be free.  This includes mid-day, mid-afternoon or late evening classes. Memberships, classes and studio information can be found at: www.studioechelon.com 

Amenities include:
Contemporary locker rooms with phone charging stations
Showers, changing areas and hair/makeup stations
Retail space featuring the Echelon bike, clothing and other fitness items
Full-service juice bar for snacks and juice before or after class

 


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