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Blink Fitness opens new location in Corona

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Aug. 25, 2017 By Nathaly Pesantez

Blink Fitness, which operates low-cost gymnasiums in several states, has opened up its newest location in Corona.

The health club is located at 108-14 Roosevelt Ave., and opened its doors on Aug. 24 in a ribbon cutting ceremony.

“We are excited to open our doors, bringing our Mood above Muscle philosophy to the Queens community,” said Erika Sanchez, the site’s club manager, in a statement. “We’re sure that Blink will become a healthy, happy hub of activity in the neighborhood.”

The gym, which takes up two floors, has over 50 pieces of strength equipment ranging from free weights, and plates, and over 80 pieces of cardio exercise equipment. Multi-use space is also available for additional exercise, stretching, and training.

Certified personal trainers will also be available for interested members, and a free start up personal training session is offered to all members.

Membership starts at $15 a month for members who sign up for one year and only use the Corona facility. Plans for $20 a month and $30 a month are also available, with features including unlimited guest privileges and access to multiple Blink locations.

Blink Fitness Corona is open from 5 a.m. until 11 p.m. on weekdays, except for Fridays, where it opens until 10 p.m. On weekends, the gym will open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.

Blink Fitness has five other locations in Queens, including Astoria, Woodside, and Jackson Heights.

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