We’ve seen it before, with the big names in fitness popping up.
But there’s a new breed of gym that’s taking a big leap forward in terms of its size and scope, and they’re getting bigger and bigger every year.
They’re growing their membership bases, they’re growing the number of gyms they offer and their fitness programs are expanding across the globe.
And that’s what we want to talk to you about in this edition of The Globe and Mail’s gym rankings.
You can check out the full list of the best gyms in Canada at gym.ca and join in the conversation at the end of the article.
The Globe and Post’s Top 10 gym rankings are based on the most recent membership growth and attendance figures from the Canadian Fitness Association (CFA).
It’s also based on how many of its members are competing in the sport.
While we may not be in a competition for the best gym in Canada, the Canadian Gym Association (CBCA) is making an attempt to make it a bigger priority than ever.
It’s the first non-profit gym in North America to be ranked by CBCA, and it’s set to open in the fall of 2018 in the Westmount community of Scarborough.
CBCA has announced plans to open its first two locations in Scarborough, with plans to expand to two more locations in 2018.
The gym is set to offer classes in both the core and advanced levels of the sport, and offers an extensive variety of fitness programs.
It’s one of the fastest growing gyms we know of, with new memberships growing by 20 per cent annually, according to CBCA president and CEO Mark Schulte.
“This is a great opportunity to grow and expand our membership base to make our gym a bigger and better place to participate in the gym,” Schultes said.
CFA member Chris O’Brien, who has competed in the Canadian Games four times, has noticed a growing trend of people wanting to compete at the Canadian Sports Centre (CSC).
“I started getting people from all over the world asking me, ‘Hey, I’m from Canada, can I compete at this gym?’
I’ve seen a lot of new people, who didn’t even know that we had an indoor facility in Scarborough,” O’Briens said.
A full roster of CFA-sanctioned events is included on the CFA website. “
The whole purpose of the CSC is to give athletes the opportunity to get out there and compete.”
A full roster of CFA-sanctioned events is included on the CFA website.
Canadian Gym Association president and CFA board member Paul Brouwer is hopeful that more of his members will get involved in the CFC and become CFA members, as well.
He said the CGA’s mission is to ensure that fitness programs at all levels are safe, accessible and inclusive, and to promote the sport of weightlifting, which is in high demand across the country.
That’s what Brouewers mission is, and his new gym is aiming to meet that.
We’re proud to announce that we’re opening our first Canadian Gym in Scarborough in the spring of 2018.
Our gym is located in Scarborough.
It will offer classes for all levels, from the core to advanced levels, including the CPA.
The CFA has endorsed us for the right to open our first two facilities, and we’re hoping that the new CGA member base will help us achieve that goal.
This is the first indoor facility for weightlifting at a CFA gym in the country, and Brouwers hopes it will be a big boost for the sport in the coming years.
“When you look at the growth of the fitness industry, we’re seeing more and more people wanting something more, something more challenging, something where you can get physical in a more competitive way,” he said.
CBCA is now also offering classes for people from outside the country and from around the world.
In addition to the new facilities, CBCA is expanding the scope of its program, with a focus on more advanced athletes.
Brouwer said that over the past five years, CBCAs membership has grown by 10 per cent, and that’s on top of the growth that came from its recent expansion into the East Village.
He hopes that with more training facilities like the one he has in Scarborough and other venues like the CSA, CBCAA will be able to increase its membership numbers by up to 30 per cent each year.
As for how much the new gym will cost, Brouwarers said it will start out at $2,000 per month.
“That’s a really affordable way for people to get involved, for people who want to get into the sport,” he added.
“There’s a lot going