WICHITA — Husband and wife Chad and Trisha Lee are moving their 50 Plus Fitness studio and adding a permanent personal training space for Chad, who also owns Premier Fitness.
“It’s so exciting for him to get to have his own place,” Trisha Lee says.
Chad Lee does some personal training at the current 50 Plus Fitness studio, which is at Central and Woodlawn in the Normandie shopping center. He’s also been doing training in the Andover area since 1996.
The Lees wanted to find a more central location between Normandie and Andover, which is why they’re moving to Central and Greenwich. They’ll open early next month at 11414 E. Central next to the new Orange Leaf.
The new space is 2,500 square feet, which is larger than 50 Plus’ current 1,500 square feet.
In addition to training space, there will be room for yoga and zumba classes and group camps, which are similar to boot camps.
“Group camps are a lot less intimidating,” Trisha Lee says.
Despite what the 50 Plus name might imply, she says, “We’re going to be able to accommodate all age ranges.”
There are some programs, though, specifically designed for the baby boomer and more senior population. There are some no-cost memberships available through certain health plans, Trisha Lee says.
She says the goal is to expand on 50 Plus’ private and comfortable atmosphere with a relaxing new space.
“It’s really spalike.”