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GoodLife Fitness to open club in airport

Studies have shown that working out relieves stress. Anyone who has traveled by airplane knows there is often quite a bit of stressed involved.

So wouldn't it be great if you could get a few miles on the elliptical or work with a kettleball in between flights, before you take off, or after you land?

GoodLife Fitness will open its first club at Toronto's Pearson International Airport in Canada in September.

"I travel back and forth across the country on almost a weekly basis, visiting our over 300 Clubs from St. John's, Newfoundland, to Victoria, British Columbia," said David "Patch" Patchell-Evans, GoodLife Founder & CEO, on "Since we have over 80 Clubs in the Greater Toronto Area, I land at Toronto Pearson most of the time and I kept thinking that it would be amazing to have one of our clubs in the Terminal so that I could workout while I was waiting for my flight."

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