Fit Athletic Club Launches Athletic Therapy Company with Added Service OfferingsPublished: June 23, 2023
Fit Athletic Club, San Diego’s luxury fitness club and lifestyle brand, announced the launch of its Athletic Therapy company. This new service umbrella will add a range of offerings, including physical therapy, laser therapy, cryotherapy, and IV therapy and injections to Fit Athletic Club’s host of wellness amenities. To read the full article click here.
Fit Athletic Club Opens Private Location in 3Roots Master-Planned CommunityPublished: March 23, 2023
Fit Athletic Club, San Diego’s award-winning fitness club and lifestyle brand, announced today the opening of its first private location situated within the newly developed Sorrento Mesa masterplan community 3Roots. To read the full article click here.
Luxury, Boutique Concepts Recalibrate the Gym-Going ExperiencePublished: January 5, 2023
FIT Athletic Clubs in California and Texas, has bounced back from the closures with new ideas, new amenities and — in one case — even a new facility. To read the full article click here.
10 Wellness Trends You Have To Try In 2023Published: December 30, 2022
Gyms will likely begin looking at investing in recovery tools not available for personal, in-home use, such as infrared saunas, cryotherapy chambers, and cold tubs. To read the full article click here. To read the full article click here.
FitFest at The Rady ShellPublished: November 6, 2022
In partnership with Fit Athletic Club, the San Diego Symphony will host a free fitness festival at The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park featuring a variety of activities and entertainment throughout the entire 3.7-acre park for attendees of all ages and abilities. To read the full article click here.
3Roots Sorrento Mesa Partners with FITPublished: February 3, 2022
Fit Athletic Club opens two-story luxury gym in Little Italy. The facility is housed in the Carte Hotel, giving members access to the hotel’s luxurious amenities — a saltwater pool and stunning views. To read the full article click here.
6 Reasons to Visit San Diego NowPublished: January 28, 2022
If you’re in San Diego for a few days, opt for a weekend pass which gives you access to a complimentary wellness consultation, one treatment of your choice and two of any of their yoga, stretch therapy, breath work, meditation or sound bath experiences. This is an amazing deal that will make you feel better immediately. To read the full article click here.
Luxury Fitness Experience Opens in Little ItalyPublished: January 28, 2022
A new partnership in Little Italy allows locals to get a high-end fitness experience and enjoy rooftop views of the new Carte hotel. Fit Athletic club opened their fifth location in San Diego with the boutique hotel, and it’s packed with some of the country’s best equipment. To read the full article click here.
Fit Athletic Club Goes VirtualPublished: October 11, 2020
Fit Athletic Club, the downtown-headquartered, $16 million fitness club chain, is helping its members keep their fitness goals while at home… Click here to read the full article.
SDAF’s Onion & Orchids 2020 – Fit Plunge Interior Design Award WinnerPublished: October 2, 2020
SDAF’s Orchids & Onions program brings San Diegans together to decide which parts of the built environment—be it building, park or plaza—make our city a better place to live. Each year brings in a whole new crop of projects, spaces and places to consider, nominate, comment on and vote into fame or infamy. Get involved and make your voice heard!
Best of Ranch & Coast 2020: HealthPublished: October 1, 2020
Tapping into the discerning tastes of both our editors and readers, we share the top picks for the best of San Diego in every category under the sun.
MLB playoffs come to San Diego. Here’s where you can (kind of) watch in personPublished: September 29, 2020
San Diego will host a major professional sports championship, but it won’t be the financial boon it would have been any other year. Petco Park is one of the designated spots for MLB’s American League playoffs starting Oct. 5, which leads into the World Series in Arlington, Texas. Unfortunately, fans aren’t allowed in the park because of pandemic-related restrictions. To read the full article click here.