XSport Fitness to Expand in Chicago, New York, and Washington, D.C.

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XSport Fitness, a chain of 24-hour fitness facilities based in Big Rock, Illinois, recently announced plans to expand in its three primary markets: Chicago, New York, and Washington, D.C.
By the end of 2016, XSport will have opened new clubs in Melrose Park, Illinois; the Bronx, New York; and Fort Totten, a neighborhood in Washington, D.C. With a reported $176 million in 2013 revenue, XSport is well poised for expansion. In addition to the new clubs, the company also plans an $8 million renovation for its Belmont-Ashland club in the Lakeview neighborhood of Chicago.
“It’s interesting to watch the growth of a club like XSport Fitness,” said Eric Willin, COO of EZFacility, a health club management software developer in Woodbury, New York. “Club Industry magazine ranks the company number 8 on its Top 100 Clubs list, and year after year the Better Business Bureau gives it an A+ score. Clearly, members are happy with its structure and offerings, and its sound business plan keeps it a successful and growing enterprise.”
The company’s three new clubs and the renovated one will each feature more than 200 pieces of equipment, personal training, XIT group training, a basketball court, a four-lane lap pool, a resistance pool, a full-day spa, a child play area, and a pro shop.
In January, XSport opened two express clubs, one in Woodbridge, Virginia, and one in Matteson, Illinois, and in May it opened a full-service club in Norridge, Illinois.