Australian fitness concept F45 Training is making its way to Tysons. WYLI Venture Partners Incorporated reached an agreement on a five-year lease for one of its businesses, F45 Tysons, to occupy the 2,728-square-foot front corner retail space at 1953 Gallows Road. F45 Tysons is slated to open in early 2019. In addition to the facility in Tysons, while nothing is yet confirm, WYLI Venture Partners intends to expand the F45 Training brand in Northern Virginia.
Located on Gallows Road, one mile from Tysons Corner Center, the F45 Tysons fitness facility will reside in prime location less than ¼ mile from Leesburg Pike (Rt. 7) with easy access to I-495, I-66, Route 123 – Chain Bridge Road & the Dulles Toll Road. The eight-story office building features a total of 113,385 square feet and includes extensive visitor parking for F45’s members. The space is owned by Colony Northstar, Inc. Papadopoulos Properties and Cushman & Wakefield served as the brokers in the transaction.
“We are excited to become a part of the Tysons business community, and are thrilled to help grow the F45 brand alongside our colleagues in the DC region. The DC Metro region is a huge focus for F45 and we hope to continue our expansion in Northern Virginia,” said Jeff Harnois, co-founder of WYLI Venture Partners and co-owner of F45 Tysons. “The Gallows Road location will allow us to successfully deliver our functional training programs to a vast range of demographics.”
F45 Training merges three separate leading-edge fitness training styles into one, consummate and compelling group training experience for its members. F45 Training combines elements of High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), Circuit Training, and Functional Training. The fusion of these three training concepts has led to the development of 31 different, 45 minute workout experiences, with more in development by the F45 Athletics Department. This combination of interval, cardiovascular and strength training has been proven to be the most effective workout method for burning fat and building lean muscle.