National gym chain Crunch Fitness to replace former 24 Hour Fitness spot in Atascocita

Crunch Fitness is replacing 24 Hour Fitness, which closed its Atascocita location along with at least 11 other facilities in the Greater Houston area last June. (Rendering courtesy Crunch Fitness)
Crunch Fitness is replacing 24 Hour Fitness, which closed its Atascocita location along with at least 11 other facilities in the Greater Houston area last June. (Rendering courtesy Crunch Fitness)

Crunch Fitness is replacing 24 Hour Fitness, which closed its Atascocita location along with at least 11 other facilities in the Greater Houston area last June. (Rendering courtesy Crunch Fitness)

Crunch Fitness, a national gym franchise, will open in July at 7068 FM 1960 Road E., Humble. The business is replacing 24 Hour Fitness, which closed its Atascocita location along with at least 11 other facilities in the Greater Houston area last June. General Manager Spencer Stone said renovations on the facility will begin in late May, and the gym will offer many of 24 Hour Fitness' amenities.

“We’re going to keep a lot of the major amenities this 24 Hour Fitness had, but everything will be completely remodeled, renovated [and] brand new,” he said.


The pool, sauna and steam room will be renovated, while the basketball court will transition into a turf area for small-group training and a spin class studio, Stone said. Small-group fitness classes will include Pilates, boot camps, zumba and high intensity interval training, or HIIT.

The facility will also offer recovery features, such as hydromassage therapy beds, tanning and spray tanning. The first 500 individuals who sign up for the gym will get discounted monthly membership rates of $10-$25, Stone said. 281-973-4400. www.crunch.com/locations/atascocita
By Kelly Schafler

Editor, Lake Houston | Humble | Kingwood

Kelly Schafler is the editor for the Lake Houston, Humble and Kingwood edition of Community Impact Newspaper, covering public education, city government, development, businesses, local events and all things community-related. Before she became editor, she was the reporter for the Conroe and Montgomery edition for a year and a half.



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