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US-based health and racquets club operator Life Time has opened two Athletic Lifestyle-branded clubs in Texas this month.

The Athletic Lifestyle Resort Cypress, near Houston, features a 123,000sq ft (11,500sq m), two-storey health club with large gym floor and multiple exercise studios dedicated for indoor cycling, large group training, yoga and pilates.

There are also functional strength training spaces, two full-size basketball courts, an indoor aquatics center, a full-service LifeSpa salon and spa, Kids Academy and a "first-of-its-kind" recovery and performance area.

Outdoor facilities include a 82,000sq ft (7,600sq m) outdoor tennis complex with 10 courts and viewing area and a 43,000sq ft (4,000sq m) outdoor "aquatic oasis", featuring leisure, lap and spa pools, water slides and an outdoor bistro and lounge seating.

Life Time has also launched a similarly-sized Athletics Lifestyle club in Fort Worth, housing near-identical facilities – a 123,000sq ft (11,500sq m) health club, a 58,000sq ft (5,400sq m) tennis centre and a 37,000sq ft (3,500sq m) aquatics centre.

Both clubs will run a wide range of programming, offering more than 100 studio classes weekly. These include a selection of indoor cycling programmes, such as AMP, EDG and PWR classes, as well as exclusive yoga and barre classes – such as Strike!, TCX, Flow and LifeBarre. There will also be a selection of small group training programmes, such as Alpha and TEAM training.

"This development allows us to provide the Cypress area with a comprehensive athletic resort that simply is unmatched," said Tomas Kobersky, general manager of Life Time Athletic Cypress.

"We continue our growth and help our members – from our youngest kids to most seasoned adults – live healthy, happy lives with a unique and comprehensive Healthy Way of Life experience."

Life Time now operates 138 destinations – ranging from gyms to the large-scale Athletics Lifestyle-branded clubs – in 38 major markets in the US and Canada.

The group became a private company in a deal valued at more than US$4bn (€3.8bn, £2.7bn) in 2015, when it was acquired by private equity firms Leonard Green & Partners and TPG.

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US-based health and racquets club operator Life Time has opened two Athletic Lifestyle- branded clubs in Texas this month.

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