From 10 Fitness:

Dear 10 Fitness Family and Neighbors,

As many of you know, our communities of Little Rock, North Little Rock and Cabot were severely impacted by the EF 3 tornado on March 31, 2023. Our thoughts are with everyone affected by this devastating storm, and we want you to know that we are here to support you during this difficult time.

In response to recent events, we are opening our doors to anyone in need, regardless of membership status, during staff hours at the following 10 fitness centers:

Rodney Parham and Little Rock University (5am-9pm)

JFK to North Little Rock (5am-9pm)

Maumelle (5h-21h)

Cabot (5am-9pm)

Bryant (5am-9pm)

We offer hot showers, hot coffee and phone charging stations at these facilities for as long as we have electricity and for as long as the need arises. Our doors are open to you, your families and friends. You do not need to be a member to receive these essential services, and we encourage you to share this post with others who may benefit.

We also want to welcome first responders and those from out of town who are working tirelessly to restore power and services to affected neighborhoods. We are here to serve you and provide you with a space to recharge while you continue your critical work.

Please note that our Rodney Parham location will be open from 5am to 9pm as long as there is power. All other locations listed above will be open 24 hours a day. Additionally, members with basic plans in these areas can visit any other 10 fitness centers and use their membership as normal.

During this time of recovery and rebuilding, we want you to know that 10 Fitness is by your side. Our community is strong and together we will get through this.


The 10 Fitness team

Here’s an updated article for more ways to help. To you.

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