Men’s Health is partnering with Crunch Fitness to host workout classes in celebration of the magazine’s 30th anniversary.
Called “30 in 30 Powered by Men’s Health,” the class will be available at over 30 Crunch gym locations around the country, starting November 1.
“Our audience is always looking for new ways to take their fitness routines to the next level, and our 30th anniversary is the perfect time to offer them something unique,” stated Jack Essig, senior vice president, publishing director-Chief Revenue Officer at Men’s Health, a Hearst magazine.
The class was designed by Crunch Franchise vice president, group fitness, Jennifer Renfroe, and verified by Men’s Health editors.
It is a a 30-minute HIIT-style (high-intensity interval training) session, incorporating strength exercises, plyometric power moves and agility drills, according to the publisher.
The class will be offered at select Crunch locations free of charge for members and first-time guests who download a guest pass on Crunch’s website.
The 30th anniversary issue of Men’s Health, on sale since October 16, features three covers: Arnold Schwarzenegger at age 30, at the height of his body-building career; Magic Johnson at age 30, during his last NBA final; and Pat Tillman, professional football star who became an enlisted Army Ranger.
The special issue also contains features on 30 men and women who revolutionized health, fitness and wellness over the past 30 years.
Crunch has over 1.2 million members and more than 250 gyms worldwide.