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Large Fitness Centers
The most high profile fitness centers are commercial fitness center usually over 30,000 square feet and up mega-fitness centers over 100,000 square feet. LIFETIME FITNESS, LA Fitness, and Xsport Fitness are examples of large often free-standing fitness centers. Both LIFETIME and Xsport are open 24 hours.

Medium-to-Large Storefront Fitness Centers
Fitness 19, Planet Fitness, and Zip Fitness are examples of economical fitness centers that are usually located in strip malls.

Combined Tennis Club Fitness Centers
Midtown Athletic Club is an example of a resort-like club that includes a large fitness equipment floor, group exercise, indoor and/or outdoor tennis courts, basketball courts, personal training and group personal training, and group exercise classes

Hospital Wellness Centers
Many hospitals built Wellness Centers that include fitness and athletic facilities, such as basketball courts, but also include physical therapy centers, cardiac rehabilitation center, and other medical related facilities that involve treatment that is helped by exercise.

Park District Fitness Centers
Many communities have large park district facilities or smaller facilities in local neighborhood park district facilities.

Personal Training Studios
Personal trainers often set up shop in a warehouse facility where rent is less expensive than strip mall and retail area buildings. Many of these facilities focus on functional training and group personal training.

Sports Specific Training Centers
Speed training, baseball school, soccer clinics -- many facilities utilize trainers to coordinate general physical training and conditioning with sports-specific training.

Physical Therapy Centers/Rehabilitation Centers
Some personal trainers work with physical therapists and physicians to help their patients comply with treatment and recommendations for their treatment and rehabilitation.