About Us

There are certain common features that discerning people look for and expect when choosing a gym, features that Fitness 365 offers with the experienced ease of a facility that’s been a part of the neighbourhood for decades, and will continue to be a part of the neighbourhood for decades to come.

Our gym opened its doors in 1994 under the original name “Monster Gym.” As the years passed, a more suitable name was chosen, Fitness 365, reflecting the simple fact that WE NEVER CLOSE: we’re open and fully staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year (or 366 in a leap year!). We’re a spacious facility — 20,000 square feet — and a great percentage of those square feet is filled with an abundant variety of workout/cardio equipment and machines, and a jaw-dropping range of free-weights, all of which means you’ll never have to wait to finish your workout. Our varied selection of equipment also means that your workout regimen can be easily customized to suit your current fitness level and the fitness goals you’re aiming for. Weight-training? Go for it. Cardio exercise? Absolutely, yes. Personal training? Definitely — our qualified experts are here to help you. And for those who prefer to share the company and energy of others during a workout, we even offer regular group exercise classes, free with your membership.

We’re immensely proud of our Fitness 365 facility. And we’re equally proud of our people, our staff, the friendly, knowledgeable young men and women who greet members by name, serve customers at our well-stocked Juice Bar and Proshop, and generally give our gym its warm, welcoming atmosphere. Here, we have no need for contracts or automatic renewals or access to our members’ banking information. More often than not, our members are eager to renew, with great enthusiasm, year after year after year. You see, they appreciate this simple reality: the welcoming atmosphere at Fitness 365 encourages regular attendance and regular workouts — and that equals RESULTS.

And, really, isn’t that the whole purpose of belonging to a gym?