Rush Fitness was a fitness gym that was headquartered in Knoxville, TN. There were 23 gyms located in Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. David Carney served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Rush Fitness. In 2014, the gym was acquired by Gold’s Gym. Gold’s Gym was founded in August of 1965 by Joe Gold in Venice Beach, CA. The owner of Gold’s Gym is TRT Holdings. The Gold’s Gym headquarters are located in Dallas, TX.
Rush Fitness, which is now Gold’s Gym, offers a fitness experience for everyone to enjoy. This is proven true whether you are a fitness guru or a newbie just learning the ropes. You will be able to meet all of your fitness goals. There is state-of-the-art equipment that will allow you to enjoy your work out on some of the newest equipment that is offered in the fitness world. Amenities include Cardio Equipment, Pro Shop, Sauna/Steam room, Mind & Body Studio, Resistance Machines, Basketball Court, Women Only Workout Area, Cardio Cinema, Free Weights, and Locker Rooms. Group Exercise and Personal Training area available as well. There are an array of classes available, including Bootcamp, Yoga, Group Cycle, Kids Club, and more that will allow you to be surrounded by likeminded individuals who share some of the same goals of yourself.
Membership prices vary by membership type and location. If you feel like you no longer need your fitness membership, you can cancel. Sometimes cancelling a membership can be a hassle but that is where we can assist you. We have compiled an easy-to-follow how-to guide to assist you with cancelling your membership. Please continue reading this page for more information.
- First Name
- Last Name
- Phone Number
- Email Address
- Account Number
- Date of Birth
- Amount of Last Charge
- Date of Last Charge
- Last 4 Digits of Card
- Billing Address
- ZIP/Postal Code
- Reason for Cancellation
- Write a letter and request cancellation within it. Provide all of your account info as listed. Sign and date the letter and keep a copy for your records.
- Send your letter via certified mail to the address provided to you by the gym
- Dial the phone number for the gym you signed up at or attended most frequently after your letter is received to ensure your account is cancelled
- Ask the representative for a confirmation number or email
- Keep your confirmation number or email as proof that you cancelled your account
- Dial the phone number for the gym you signed up at or attended most frequently
- Ask the representative how to cancel your account
- Provide your account information when requested
- Ask if you are in a contract or free to cancel
- If asked to send a letter follow our instructions to do so!