US Fitness Holdings, LLC, which purchased Sport&Health Clubs in 2014, is rebranding the eight remaining Sport&Health locations to Onelife Fitness, the brand name under which US Fitness Holdings operates its more than 50 other clubs, the company announced.
The renaming will occur Nov. 1.
Onelife invested more than $1 million in upgrades, a refreshed cosmetic look and new equipment to the facilities, and it expanded membership accessibility to its other clubs.
With the renaming, Onelife will have more than 50 locations in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and Georgia, employing 3,500 people.
“The DC market is consistently ranked as one of the healthiest cities in America, and as the largest health and fitness provider in the region, we are so excited to expand the Onelife Fitness footprint and provide proven fitness solutions and amenities at an unparalleled price,” said Ori Gorfine, president, and COO. “By rebranding Sport&Health to Onelife Fitness, members of both brands will now have access to more locations increasing accessibility and convenience. Now more than ever we need to be prioritizing our physical and mental health, and with the value Onelife Fitness provides we make living a happier and healthier life affordable and accessible to all communities.”
Current Sport&Health members will receive access to existing Onelife Fitness locations. In addition, US Fitness is on schedule to open its already announced locations at Upton Place in summer 2023 in Northwest DC and in Clinton, Maryland in fall 2023.