PHILADELPHIA - Philadelphia’s first immersive fitness studio, BFit4Life, is set to open its doors this spring at 400 Walnut Street, on the street level of the Broderick luxury apartment complex. This brand new specialty health and wellness concept brings a first-of-its-kind immersive cycling experience to the city of brotherly love, mixing exercise with entertainment and making exercise fun. With a 28-foot wide curved cinematic screen in the main cycling theatre, it's safe to say BFit4Life members will be treated to an unparalleled experience.
A Look Inside Philadelphia’s First Multisensory Fitness Studio
Co-Founders John Barry and Glenn Hyman have reinvented the fitness experience, recognizing that the fitness industry must transform its regimen and offer far more than a trip to the local gym. BFit4Life cycling classes feature an extraordinary curved cinematic screen with a variety of over 10 million imaginative journeys, ensuring a new experience with every ride.
This experience is the first of its kind in Philadelphia and the world, engaging riders on mystical adventures where members can find themselves dodging sharks underwater or passing dinosaurs on prehistoric lands. Spearheading operations at 400 Walnut Street will be Mo Orlando, a special forces military veteran with over 15 years invested in the fitness industry.
In addition to the innovative cycling class experiences, members can enjoy a juice and smoothie bar before taking part in instructor-led barre, yoga, Zumba, engage in nutritional counseling, or enjoy a relaxing hydromassage. The state-of-the-art studio has released a virtual tour for those awaiting an inside look.
BFit4Life will soon be launching live-streaming classes and on-demand programs to stay fit from the comfort of home. Prioritizing safety first, BFit4Life has taken strong health precautions ensuring fresh air circulation, an impeccably clean facility, screenings, mandatory masks, and distancing.