"It is obvious that the management of the gym has the highest standards when it comes to staffing the facility with the most knowledgeable and experienced personnel possible."

"Every day in every way I am getting better and better. Since coming to Armstrong Athletic Club I am able to do things that most people take for granted."

"I have exceeded my fitness goals. I feel stronger and more self-confident than I ever thought possible."

Corporate Wellness

Armstrong Athletic Club Corporate Membership Limited Offer

Gastonia’s premier fitness center is pleased to announce a very special offer for you and your employees. Reward your staff with the gift of health through Armstrong’s Corporate Membership Program. For only $35/month* (regularly $50/month) your employees will get:

  • Unlimited usage of our state-of-the-art equipment
  • 8 private showers
  • Access to private lockers
  • Complimentary sweat towels
  • Shower Towel Service ($1/towel fee)
  • Gastonia’s best and most qualified trainers
  • Flexible hours before, during and after work
  • $25/month spouse membership
  • Minimum age is waived for Corporate Memberships

Studies show your company will get:

  • Fewer employee illnesses and sick leaves1, 3
  • Improved punctuality, performance and morale1
  • Higher employee retention
  • Lower health care costs1, 2, 3

And if that’s not enough, we’re happy to provide the reporting and physical assessments most wellness programs require.

To let you experience Gastonia’s best gym firsthand, we’ve included a five-day pass. Just present it at the front desk when you come in. If you have any questions in the meantime, please give Gerry Durkee a call at 704.867.8900 or shoot him an email: gdurkee@armstrongathletic.com. But hurry, memberships are strictly limited to prevent overcrowding.

 *Minimum 5 participants/company

1Davis L, Loyo K, Glowka A, Schwertfeger R, Danielson L, Brea C, et al. “A Comprehensive Worksite Wellness Program in Austin, Texas: Partnership Between Steps to a Healthier Austin and Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority” Preventing Chronic Disease Public Health Research, Practice and Policy 2009;6(2) Centers for Disease Control. Web Feb 2010.

2Goetzel, Ron Z. PhD; Jacobson, Bert H. EdD; Aldana, Steven G. PhD; Vardell, Kris MS; Yee, Leslie MD, MPH. “Health Care Costs of Worksite Health Promotion Participants and Non-Participants” Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine (April 1998). Web April 2011.

3Sources: Aldana, SG. Financial Impact of Health Promotion Programs: A Comprehensive Review of the Literature, American Journal of Health Promotion, 2001; Chapman, LS, Meta-evaluation of Worksite Health Promotion Economic Return Studies, Art of Health Promotion, (2003); Chapman, LS, Meta-evaluation of Worksite Health Promotion Economic Return Studies: (2005 Update) Art of Health Promotion, (2005) p. 1-16. Web April 2011.