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Planet Fitness is free for teens during summer

For students ages 14-19, Planet Fitness is offering a free program for working out during summer.

The offer is valid May 16  – August 31, with registration required.  Teens age 17 and younger need to register with a parent, either online or in person. 

The Planet Fitness website states:

“In addition to free in-club fitness training that all High School Summer Pass participants will have access to, the certified trainers at Planet Fitness have also designed 15 trainer-led workout videos and 10 downloadable workouts – encompassing cardio, strength, toning and sports circuits – just for high schoolers (across all fitness levels).” 

Information is online

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