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GiGi's Fitness Centers on Nelson Road and Ryan Street will be open New Year's Day from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. with special offers and information on new classes for the year 2010.  

The $50 registration fee will be waived for new members who sign up on January 1, 2010.  While you're there, you can get more information on classes and programs such as:

•    Speed Training classes teach young athletes techniques for increasing their speed as well as improving their vertical jumping, agility, balance, strength and flexibility.  
•    Ultimate Fitness Training is a fun and challenging way to burn calories fast!  This five-week UFT program starts with private pre-testing for height, weight, body fat, and Ultimate Fitness tests. After intense cardio training and fitness conditioning, you'll be tested again and amazed at your results.
•    Pilates MVe classes at GiGi's.  This is a group exercise experience perfect for beginners through advanced.  Pilates MVe works on upper and lower body and improves stretching, postural ability and core strength.  
•    Spinning classes at GiGi's is the only spinning class in the area that provides remote heart rate belts – a new monitoring device that measures heart rate and calories as you spin.  

For more information on these and other classes offered at GiGi's, call 474-6601.

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