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ECA offers a one week free pass to all local residents — grab yours to see if the gym is for you.

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Fitness goals can be challenging to achieve. But they don’t have to be — especially when you have a local support system dedicated to your success.

Emerald City Athletics (ECA) builds confidence in Seattleites — no matter where they’re at in their fitness journey — using a holistic approach + personalized programs (think: one-on-one goal setting, results-driven system, and more).

The best part? ECA is running a limited-time summer sale featuring 20% off memberships + $0 enrollment fees. Psst... That’s up to $350 in savings. Grab a free week.

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