Gym Source Tapped as Exclusive Nationwide Distributor for GSX Fitness Equipment from FreeMotion

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Gym Source, the nation's leading distributor of residential and commercial fitness equipment, is thrilled to announce its strategic partnership with FreeMotion, the country's largest fitness equipment manufacturer. The partnership recognizes Gym Source's unparalleled product expertise and taps Gym Source's vast retail network as the exclusive nationwide distributor of three new FreeMotion machines: the Boston Marathon GSX Treadmill, the 2000 GSX Incline Trainer, and the 1500 GSX Folding Treadmill.

"The Gym Source partnership with FreeMotion is a huge win for our clients," says Richard Miller, CEO of Gym Source. "Customers come to Gym Source for premium fitness technology; we rely on top manufacturers to provide it. FreeMotion delivers, with robust training tools exclusive to our network, all of which exceed our rigorous quality control standards."

First, the Boston Marathon GSX Treadmill features a stable, road-like deck and powerful 4.25 CHP EnduraDrive™ drive system exclusive to FreeMotion. Designed for distance training, it's the treadmill on which Tyler Andrews, 23, of Concord, MA, broke the unofficial treadmill half marathon world record on 3/1/14.

Next, the 2000 GSX Incline Trainer also features the exclusive 4.25 CHP EnduraDrive™ motor, and gives users industry-leading adjustability spanning from 40% maximum incline to -6% maximum decline. Like the Boston Marathon GSX Treadmill, the 2000 GSX Incline Trainer features a multitude of preset programs and an oversized deck with adjustable cushioning.

Finally, the 1500 GSX Folding Treadmill combines the ultimate in space-efficient design with durable construction. Featuring EasyLift™ technology, an EnduraDrive™ motor and vertical storage capability, the 1500 GSX is built for serious road race training and total convenience.

"As the country's largest fitness equipment manufacturer, we take pride designing exactly what fitness fans want in a top-quality training machine," says Pat McGinnis, President and Chief Operating Officer of FreeMotion. "Partnering with Gym Source and providing their team exclusive access to our most innovative technology lets us leverage what Gym Source does best--which is to inform and educate their clients, expertly deliver and install the equipment, and provide unparalleled service for the life of each machine. With Gym Source leading nationwide distribution of GSX machines, we're assured of total customer satisfaction."

To learn more about innovative fitness solutions from Gym Source and FreeMotion, visit http://www.gymsource.com/freemotion or call (800) GYM-SOURCE.

About Gym Source
Gym Source, headquartered in New York, NY, is America's largest distributor of residential and commercial fitness equipment--and an undisputed leader in fitness expertise. With 31 stores in 10 states, and more than 400,000 customers throughout the United States and in 47 countries, Gym Source maintains its reputation by consistently providing the best customer service and selling only the best equipment. The in-house Gym Source team of fitness experts and service personnel can design, deliver, install and service the fitness needs of any facility. To learn more about how the Gym Source commercial team can provide solutions for your fitness facility, call (800) GYM-SOURCE or visit us at http://www.GymSource.com.

About Freemotion
FreeMotion Fitness™, a subsidiary of ICON Health & Fitness, is dedicated to providing total fitness solutions with competitive financing, quality customer service, comprehensive training and unparalleled products. FreeMotion makes the first and only full circuit of integrated functional strength training equipment, and FreeMotion Commercial Cardio has revolutionized the industry with Workout TV™, the first cable-access TV integrated into the console of the equipment. EPIC Strength™ utilizes ergonomic design and unique features to improve traditional strength training.

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