The gym is more of a destination that was envisioned as a place that would draw people in even on days when they do not feel like working out.
“The hardest part about working out is getting to the gym,” said owner Tony Chowdhury. “So we’re not just a gym. We’re an experience in and of itself.”
In addition to having an indoor football field, a full regulation-size boxing ring, and much more in the way of exercise offerings, the gym is also home to a restaurant with different ethnic cuisines and a beer garden where people can enjoy the Eagles games on Sundays, among other amenities.
“A business that only makes money is a very poor business,” said Chowdhury. “Our goal is to make an impact on the communities we’re in. That’s why we built it the way we did because once you get here, you’re not gonna wanna leave.”
This is Fusion Gyms’s second location, with a third one currently in the works.
Learn more about the new Fairless Hills gym and what they have to offer at Fox 29 Philadelphia.