New Gym Offering 45-Minute Australian Workout Coming to Tysons

A new fitness studio is hoping to turn Tysons from a place people work to a place people work out, as well.

F45 Training, an Australian fitness program that specializes in 45-minute workouts, is coming to Tysons. The company announced last Friday that it would be moving into the 2,728 square-foot retail space at 1953 Gallows Road.

According to a press release, F45 Tysons is scheduled to open in early 2019.

The brand is looking to continue expanding across Northern Virginia; F45 already has locations in Alexandria and Arlington, with another on the way. There are also locations — one apiece — in D.C. and suburban Maryland.

Membership prices and plan options vary by studio. At the Pentagon Row studio, a six-month plan costs $199 every four weeks or $179 every four weeks for a twelve-month membership.

According to its Twitter account, F45 Tysons is recruiting for several positions. The location will feature multiple TV screens will display the exercises and heart rate technology for performance tracking.

“We are excited to become a part of the Tysons business community, and are thrilled to help grow the F45 brand alongside our colleagues in the DC region,” said Jeff Harnois, co-owner of F45 Tysons, in a press release. “The D.C. metro region is a huge focus for F45 and we hope to continue our expansion in Northern Virginia. The Gallows Road location will allow us to successfully deliver our functional training programs to a vast range of demographics.”

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