One of the world's largest fitness club brands is teaming up with tech giant Apple to offer its members a new benefit.

Anytime Fitness, which is based in Woodbury, Minnesota, and has more than 5,200 locations around the world has announced a new partnership with Apple to offer its members a free Apple Fitness+ subscription.

The new membership benefit will start on December 1st and will be available to Anytime Fitness members in the U.S. and Canada. Additionally, any prospective Anytime Fitness members who give Anytime Fitness a shot will also get to try  Apple Fitness+ free for up to 30 days.


If you are already an Apple Fitness+ subscriber and want to join Anytime Fitness you can sign up for at least a 13-month membership and will get their first 30 days for free.

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Stacy Anderson, President of Anytime Fitness says, "Every one of our members gets a personalized plan, and we're thrilled to integrate the power of Apple Fitness+ content with the Anytime Fitness App to help them further individualize the ways they achieve and sustain their goals."

Jay Blahnik, Vice President of Fitness Technologies at Apple says, "Since the beginning of Apple Fitness+, we always imagined users would enjoy it anytime, anywhere whether at home or at the gym, which is why we are so excited to offer our users and Anytime Fitness members this unmatched experience that brings together the best of digital and physical fitness."

If you're not familiar with Apple Fitness+, the service is normally $9.99 a month or $79.99 a year and offers users access to workouts from 5 to 45 minutes long from 12 different types including HIIT, Strength, Treadmill, Rowing, Cycling, Yoga, and more. Those with an Apple Watch will get the extra benefit of personalized, real-time metrics.

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