After moving to a new location where they totally renovated the former AYT auto service shop space, the new BodySmith space at 163014th Street NW is open.
According to Shane Beatty, marketing manager of BodySmith, the ample space comes with new equipment but keeps it key characteristic of personal dedicated treatment given to its members. “This is a gym where we know the names of our members.”
The space at BodySmith is ample and modern with lots of natural light. If you are ready to use the cardio equipment, there are nine 50-inch flat screens that will keep you entertained during your workout. The kickboxing studio is already set up, and Chuck Harney of the Bike Rack is in charge of the spinning studio.
The first level is 5,400-square-feet, containing the lobby, personal training studio, massage and treatment rooms and a new organic juice bar. The juice bar, JuicyMax, will face the street and will have its own entrance. It will serve cold-pressed juices, coffee, tea, fruit yogurt, protein shakes and small breakfast items. JuicyMax will be open soon.
Personal Training and Attention
The second level of 8,000-square-feet has a separate space for classes and areas for spinning, boot camp and kickboxing. It also has a full free-weight station, strength circuits and treadmills for cardio workouts.
Their regular programs include muscular endurance training, cycle, Punk Rock Fitness (punk music, tattoos, fun and fitness), fit-functional interval training, kickboxing (taught by NYC’s Ken Charney), pilates, yoga and boxing.
There are 20 personal trainers and 12 instructors available to check and customize your experience. At BodySmith they are ready to create what is best for you with the proper motivation from the beginning.
Personal training, partner training, group training and off-site training are available; you can check their rates.
BodySmith, the personal training studio located on 14th Street NW, is growing some muscle. The new space (where AYT Auto Service used to be) is scheduled to open in January.
According to Shane Beatty, marketing manager of BodySmith, the renovations are on schedule and happening quickly. In addition to changing its building on 14th Street (it’s moving a couple of buildings north), BodySmith is also working on changes to its brand.
The new space has two levels. The first level is 5,400 square feet, and will consist of lobby, personal training studio, massage and treatment rooms and a new organic juice bar. The juice bar, JuicyMax, will face the street and will have its own door, serving cold-pressed juices, coffee, tea, fruit yogurts, protein shakes and small breakfast items.
The second level of 8,000 sqaure feet, has a separate classes space and areas for spinning, boot camp and kick boxing. It will also have full free weight station, strength circuits and treadmills for cardio workouts.
The look of the gym will be an open space concept with natural light coming through the large windows with a modern, warm and welcoming feel to meet the needs of the gym’s members. Check the images in the gallery below.