It was a pretty busy day at the Mirror Gyms in Miami Beach, where owner Ryan Dombrowski was promoting the latest additions to the gym, the 24 Hour Gym.
Dombrowsky, who runs his own gym, opened up the gym to the public last summer, just a few weeks after opening the gym in Florida’s Everglades National Park.
The 24 Hour gym was built out of his garage, with a total of 15 rooms and two bathrooms.
Dombrowksi said he wanted to open up a 24-hour gym in order to make sure he could use the space for clients.
According to the Mirror gyms website, the gym was originally meant to be a 24/7 gym, but Dombowski and his team found out that the weather wasn’t exactly perfect for running a 24 hour workout.
Dorothy, a fitness model who was working out at the gym at the time, told Domboldski that she would rather run than run at night.
The 24- hour workout was interrupted by the death of a loved one, and he decided to make the gym 24/72 instead of 24 hours.
He then added a wall to keep out the weather, and built a special 24-foot-long mirror to reflect back light and keep the gym open.
Dormers said he was inspired by the mirror in the movie “The Fountainhead,” which was inspired to make a mirror out of a car window that could keep people safe.
“I love a good mirror and I have one in my garage,” Domboneski said.
“I had my friends come in and watch the mirror and they were like, ‘Dude, that’s cool.'”
Dombrowki told me that he plans to expand the gym and have the mirror accessible for 24 hours per week.
“If you are a fan of the Mirror gym, then you can come in,” Doms said.