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Anytime Fitness aims to motivate members

9:15 PM, Mar. 8, 2014
Anytime Fitness trainer Andy Molski works out in between clients at Anytime Fitness in Marshfield, Thursday, March 6, 2014.
Anytime Fitness trainer Andy Molski works out in between clients at Anytime Fitness in Marshfield, Thursday, March 6, 2014.
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Members of Anytime Fitness in Marshfield, 112 N. Central Ave., will find it hard to fall off the exercise bandwagon for too long.

Employees make phone calls to members who have been skipping the gym and help members re-evaluate their workout plans every six weeks, said Jamie Scott, Anytime Fitness district manager for central Wisconsin.

"If people don't feel accountable to somebody else, they might not do it for themselves," said Jeni Sadauskas, manager of the Marshfield Anytime Fitness facility. "They don't want to get that phone call or be flagged as inactive members." ...

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