Thursday, April 19, 2018
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Klikfit offers workout routines, every minute on the minute

SOUTH TAMPA—A new fitness studio opens its first location in South Tampa.

Klikfit, located at 3302 W Bay to Bay Blvd, just opened to the public last Saturday and they hope to change the game by updating classic workout methods in an engaging group setting.

Time is a key component in the "Every Minute on the Minute" method and the click of the clock inspired the name Klikfit. The EMOM method has proven effective for decades with individual workouts because it’s designed to work with the body’s cortisol levels. It features high-intensity movements paired with key periods of rest during the workout.

Klikfit combines the EMOM fitness method with cardio to provide members with a full body workout, burning fat, improving cardiac health and changing the way they look and feel.

"The model we’ve developed with Klikfit is perfect for people at any fitness level who want to maximize their time and get results," said co-founder Emily Harrington.

"The workouts are not designed to be so challenging and intimidating."

Klikfit creates new workouts daily, and makes it easy for the average busy individual to fit classes into their schedule. They have on-site shower facilities and a space with WiFi for guests to use their laptops, charge their phones, hang out or and get work done.

"If people don’t come back, they won’t see results. So we’re working very hard to create an environment where people feel comfortable and want to come back," Harrington said.

Membership rates range from $99 a month for four classes, to $159 month for unlimited classes. They operate from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday. For more information visit klik-fit.com.

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