GoodLife Fitness Celebrates 40th Anniversary

LONDON,ON- Throughout the past few decades, we’ve seen the fitness industry expand and evolve into a business empire. We’ve seen the rise of fitness trends, the fusion of technology into our workout equipment and the introduction of specific classes that provide an intense workout for all ages and skill levels.

David Patchell-Evans

David “Patch” Patchell-Evans, founder and CEO of GoodLife Fitness, Canada’s largest fitness chain, sees this growth as an opportunity to take fitness into new innovative directions. Evans hopes it can be used as a precautionary health tool, a positive choice for isolated northern communities, and an outlet for stressed out Canadians who spend too much time being deskbound.

“I want to give every Canadian the opportunity to live a fit and healthy good life,” said Patchell-Evans, who is committed to honouring his vision. “I wouldn’t be where I am today without the hard work and dedication from Jane Riddell and Maureen Hagan, who have been with me since the beginning.”

GoodLife Fitness is celebrating its 40th anniversary as a privately held, Canadian company. What started as single club in London has since grown to more than 405 clubs and 1.5 million members across the globe.

Patchell-Evans is dedicated to creating inspiration, as member and associate care continues to drive the business. GoodLife Fitness has evolved over the past four decades and now includes personal training, thousands of weekly fitness classes, yoga, meditation studios, recovery rooms, corporate wellness services and more.

As a national and global fitness leader, Patchell-Evans is looking to the future of the industry in Canada and around the world to bring fitness in modern and innovative ways.

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