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Acquired | Acquired

About Extreme Fitness

Operator of a chain of health clubs in Canada. The company provides personal training, chiropractor and massage, babysitting, and nutrition and weight management services, as well as group fitness programs. It also offers smartstart system that includes body composition analysis, physical condition assessment, cardiovascular efficiency assessment, workout assessment, goal setting, establishing target heart rate zones, workout technique assessment, workout orientation, and nutritional knowledge assessment.

Headquarters Location

8281 Yonge Street Thornhill

Toronto, Ontario, L3T 2C7,

Canada

(905)709-9498

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Latest Extreme Fitness News

CEOs raise thousands through Dare to Cure

Sep 19, 2022

CEOs raise thousands through Dare to Cure 19 September 2022 Steadfast-owned CHU Underwriting Agencies CEO Kimberley Jonsson and her team have raised more than $51,000 for CEO Dare to Cure, an annual fundraiser organised by the Children’s Cancer Institute. The CHU team joined Steadfast CEO Robert Kelly and other industry bosses including Gallagher Australia CEO Sarah Lyons and Crawford Australia President Tim Jarman, who also led a group of his colleagues in this year’s charity event. Ms Jonsson chose to do the Snake Bath challenge, CFO and COO James Makin opted for the Walk on Hot Coals and Broken Glass test and Head of Claims David Gow selected Bugs for Breakfast. The other four challenges available to Dare to Cure participants are Extreme Fitness, Athlete’s Ice Bath, Brave Shave and Walk the Plank, a virtual reality challenge set on an 80-storey skyscraper. CHU also held its own events in its offices nationally to raise money for Dare to Cure. One of its employees ate a whole habanero chilli, another drank a whole bottle of tabasco and another ate a bunch of coriander. Mr Kelly, who went through the Walk the Plank challenge on Friday in Sydney, raised in excess of $101,000 from his supporters – the largest total among all individual participants this year. Ms Lyons, whose supporters chipped in more than $18,000, did the Walking on Fire and Glass challenge. The Crawford team went for the Extreme Fitness test and raised about $17,212. Funds raised for CEO Dare to Cure will go towards medical research for children’s cancer. Related articles

Extreme Fitness Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Extreme Fitness's headquarters?

    Extreme Fitness's headquarters is located at 8281 Yonge Street, Toronto.

  • What is Extreme Fitness's latest funding round?

    Extreme Fitness's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of Extreme Fitness?

    Investors of Extreme Fitness include Falconhead Capital.

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