Fitness club fitness members are now getting access to an exclusive workout facility that offers exclusive access to fitness clubs in Las Vegas, according to a report.
The fitness club members who pay the full membership fee will have access to a fitness center that will let them track their progress at the same time that members of other clubs are also able to.
The company also announced a partnership with The New York Times to bring the fitness center to the Times’ online readership.
The Times is the first publication to allow its readers to pay full membership fees for exclusive access.
Fitness Club members will be able to access their fitness center, as well as access to other fitness programs.
They will also be able check out fitness equipment at a range of fitness clubs around the Las Vegas area.
The Fitness Center will offer a variety of different workout programs.
Each one will have a different challenge, including a workout that includes running, swimming, yoga and boxing.
Fitness Clubs have been growing in popularity since they were first introduced in 2012, with more than 400 participating in the first year.
According to Forbes, there are now more than 1,200 fitness clubs across the United States, with around 5,000 clubs in operation.
Fitness clubs are the fastest-growing segment of the US fitness industry, with the number of membership members increasing from roughly 30 million in 2011 to more than 500 million in 2017.
Forbes says that in 2017, more than 10 million fitness clubs were in operation, up from about 5 million in 2016.
Fitness members in the US account for $4.5 billion in revenue, making it the second-largest business in the fitness industry behind apparel.
Forbes notes that while fitness clubs are growing, the business is not the most lucrative in the industry, at least at the moment.
Fitness club membership is expected to grow from about $5 billion per year in 2020 to more $10 billion by 2020.