Are we accepting new members?
The short answer is, yes! We would love to meet you.
The longer answer… It’s complicated. We realize that we only get one chance to make a first impression. Unfortunately, some of the reopening requirements don’t allow us to make the first impression we’d like. A few examples:
- Fit Factory is normally a very communal place. Tons of friends, conversations, people hanging out before and after class. Right now, we’re only allowing people to come in 5 mins before class time and go straight to the square they are working out in.
- Fit Factory is normally an unlimited workout experience. 95% of our members do unlimited memberships and we normally don’t require any reservations. Right now we are having to cap our classes at 30 people.
- Although you can still get an awesome workout in the socially distanced square, it does limit our programming. One of the great things about FFN is our 6000 sq/ft open space. Right now, we can’t fully utilize it in the way that we normally would.
These are just a few examples as to why we are cautious about accepting new members. With that in mind, it’s completely up to you. If you can have some grace and realize that things are going to keep getting better and better as the restrictions are lifted, we’d love to have you!
If you’re wanting to give us a try, your first class is FREE. First month is $69 with no obligation beyond that. Go to fitfactorynashville.pike13.com to create an account. Go to fitfactorynashville.com/signup to reserve class times.
Just so you know moving forward. Each Thursday at 7pm, we release the following week’s class signups. Each member is allowed to sign up for 3 times. Then, on Saturday at 7pm, each member can do as many classes as they’d like. Almost 95% of our members have unlimited memberships. This is our best effort to give everyone a fair chance to get into the classes they’re hoping to get into. We have also implement a non negotiable $5 no show fee for anyone who reserves a class time and doesn’t cancel at least 12 hours in advance. All the money is given to charity. It’s not a moneymaker for us… just a way to hold people accountable.
We know this was a lot of information. Please feel free to reach out if you have any specific questions.