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Retro Fitness opening St. Petersburg location in January

A basic membership is $19.99 per month, while a standard membership, which includes child care, group exercise classes and a smoothie bar, is $29.99 per month.
Retro Fitness is opening a St. Petersburg location in January. Pictured is a screen grab of its main website in January.
Published Jan. 10

A gym aimed at helping people reach their fitness goals is coming to St. Petersburg. Retro Fitness, which offers individualized training plans in addition to a traditional gym, will open its 10410 Roosevelt Blvd. location later this month.

"Retro Fitness gives an incredible value because we offer the training, amenities and atmosphere members love at high-end gyms and boutique studios," said Steve Plattner, co-owner of the gym. "Members will keep coming back because we offer a fun and friendly, spotlessly clean, non-intimidating workout environment."

A basic membership is $19.99 per month, while a standard membership, which includes child care, group exercise classes and a smoothie bar, is $29.99 per month. For more information, visit www.retrofitness.com/stpeteflroosevelt or call 727-201-9619.

Contact Malena Carollo at mcarollo@tampabay.com or (727) 892-2249. Follow @malenacarollo.

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