With over 875,000 members at over 300 clubs across Canada, GoodLife Fitness strives to help the health and wellness of Canadians every day. Through their focus on exceptional service, cleanliness, caring, value and measurable constant improvement, they hope to provide the atmosphere and motivation to help you achieve your goals.
It's never too late to get started towards a healthier lifestyle. Over 70% of GoodLife members are new to exercise when they join, finding plenty of support, comfortable facilities, and diverse equipment as well as fun, engaging classes and excellent personal trainers.
GoodLife Fitness For Women, founded in 1983, is also a source for everyday women who want to get fit. In an atmosphere free from the male gender, GoodLife hopes that women will feel confident and strong in working towards living healthier, energetic, and richer lives. Childcare service is often available, leaving event the busiest women time in their day to work out in a safe, judgment-free zone.
GoodLife wants to provide information to teens on how they can, and should, integrate fitness into their lives early. In addition to improving posture, energy, and complexion, exercise during the teen years sets a precedent for lifelong fitness. Teens who exercise regularly will find it easier to lose weight and recover from injuries later in life. Whether your teen is staying in shape for next year's varsity tryouts or working to improve their lifestyle, they can do it for free at GoodLife this summer. Between 8am and 3pm, teens from 12 to 17 years of age can check in for free workouts and classes at GoodLife; no guardian or accompanying paid member is required.
This offer is only valid for residents of: