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    FulHaus Club Fitness Gym is Opening in West Hollywood in 2023

    FulHaus Club indoor and outdoor fitness gym is coming to the City of West Hollywood in 2023. The new location at 8380 Santa Monica Boulevard will be opening in January, bringing a fitness studio and physical therapy to the prominent corner of N. Orlando Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard. Their new WeHo location opens exactly a year after the one on Melrose Avenue first opened in Los Angeles, at 8210 Melrose Avenue, only blocks away from the West Hollywood city limits.

    FulHaus Club is known for specializing in Orthopedic musculoskeletal disorder, Manual Therapy Complete Decongestive Therapy /Lymphedema Therapy Neurological Rehab Sports Rehab Myofacial Release Therapy and more. The fitness gym was popular for its outdoor options as people returned to the gym post COVID-19 lockdown.

    FulHaus Club Indoor and Outdoor Gym – WEHO TIMES

    The new West Hollywood indoor and outdoor gym will offer personal training and physical therapy similar to its sister location on Melrose Avenue. A sign at the door announces its opening in January and it appears the gym is fully equipped with brand new equipment. Its new home is in a two-story retail space next to a Mobil Gas Station, a locksmith and a small convenient store.

    Their official FulHaus Club instagram page is currently announcing opening special for the WeHo location:
    • $95.00 monthly (no contract)
    • Free 2 Private Training consult & sessions
    • Access to local Group Fitness studios
    • 1 free Physical Therapy Screening and Consult
    • Towel service
    • Discounted Physical Therapy Services
    • Discounted Fitness Training package
    Emailus:Info@FulHausClub.com

    West Hollywood has always been known for its trendy boutiques, restaurants, luxurious hotels and nightlife, but it is quickly becoming a hub for fitness enthusiasts as well. With a plethora of gyms to choose from and several new gyms opening in 2023, such as John Reed fitness coming soon to the former 24-Hour Fitness space, and OPVS Fitness expanding to the former Eat Well Diner Space—not failing to mention the Golds Gym slated to open at the neighboring Beverly Center, it may become tough to decide where to work out in and around WeHo City.

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    mike
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    1 month ago

    Rathe dumb name for a gym. Also, the title of this article has mis-spelled the name of the gym.

    Paulo Murillo
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    Reply to  mike
    1 month ago

    Thanks for catching that Mike. The name is a little confusing.

    Wakie wakie WeHo
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    Reply to  Paulo Murillo
    1 month ago

    It’s a dumb name. I would make the same mistake. Is it named after the Full House show from the 80s? We don’t know.

    TomSmart
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    1 month ago

    HA! Where are you supposed to park? Side streets or do they require you to walk, bike or scooter only?

    Wakie wakie WeHo
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    Reply to  TomSmart
    1 month ago

    What are you talking about? There is literally a giant parking structure right across the street at the old Aaron Brothers building not to mention the automated parking lot two blocks away at City Hall.

    TomSmart
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    Reply to  Wakie wakie WeHo
    1 month ago

    What are YOU talking about???. The Aaron Bros is becoming Barry’s Bootcamp and is also parking for the restaurant and WEHO city hall staff, not to mention adjacent residential neighbors are able to arrange for parking. The city parking structure is a nightmare and is mostly staff. NOT at all convenient and a dumb location for the gym. I’m assuming they got a good deal since the space has been vacant for so long.

    Wakie wakie WeHo
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    Reply to  TomSmart
    1 month ago

    What are YOUUUUU talking about? When was the last time you heard that Barry’s was moving to that location? It’s been well over two years and they have yet to break ground. The City Hall automated parking structure is for everyone, not just staff. Parking is a nightmare in W Hollywood true, but this gym is another one of those specialized gyms that cater to a select clientele, so they’re not worried about getting the masses in there, especially when you call $95 a month a special deal.

    TomSmart
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    Reply to  Wakie wakie WeHo
    1 month ago

    I can only go by the Barry’s sign in the window but it seems that construction does take a long time to get off the ground these days due to staff, cost, materials. I’m sure the city gave them an incredible undervalue lease. Although “breaking ground” usually refers to new construction, technically they will prob have to break ground for electrical or whatnot Seems gyms and pot places are taking over the hood all of a sudden

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