2013-10-01 06:55:21 - The mobile fitness network where members can sweat more to pay less, while changing the world with a global fitness community.
Calamity Gym, the mobile fitness network, launched on Labor Day, September 2nd, and changes the world in the process. Their online gym will allow users to stay fit and healthy through a global community of friends, personal trainers, and people from around the world. Calamity Gym is available 24/7 on tablets Smartphones, computers, and TVs with a simple HDMI adapter.
The unique aspect of the venture is 25% of profits go to non-profits of member’s choice. Calamity Gym launched with 70+ non-profit partners, including Dallas-based Children’s Medical Center as their first preferred charity, Calamity Gym is poised to be the cause vehicle for fitness.
“Calamity Gym was born out of my desire to combine fitness and philanthropy,” says CEO Mike Lyon. “I've
had the privilege of taking part in several humanitarian aid trips and know first hand the power of helping those in need. Calamity Gym allows people to continue their fitness routines if they can’t make it to the gym, or if they’re on the road. It allows them to exercise with their friends in private groups, meet new exercise partners, and stay on target with their goals. Donating 25% of profits to charity was a no-brainer, and creating a fitness program for a mobile culture was something I knew would work.”
Some of the features of Calamity Gym include 32 videos from elite personal trainers. Members can engage in group workouts onscreen with a global community of friends, family, co-workers, or perfect strangers, making geography irrelevant. Status can be public or private. Members can "Challenge" other workout partners, and score points to earn prizes. A game changer in the industry is higher point totals earn a reduced rate, from $19.95 to $14.95 to $9.95, and finally $4.95. Members can customize their workouts or use 14-day and 30-day calendars.
"I've done my due diligence, and seen what the competition has to offer. We believe Calamity Gym is entirely unique and has a great opportunity to help Texas Capital Bank." - Mandy Jones, Benefits Manager TEXAS CAPITAL BANK
Mike Lyon, CEO & Founder of Calamity Gym has leveraged his entrepreneurial and humanitarian background to create a unique mobile fitness platform. Lyon has created a convenient, affordable B2B and B2C product that can make a significant contribution towards humanity, obesity epidemic, and promote awareness of great organizations helping others. Visit their website at: Calamity Gym.com
Contact: Monica Coney