Teens can work out for free at Planet Fitness this summer: What to know

Gym chain offers High School Summer Pass

The Planet Fitness logo is seen Thursday, March 14, 2024, in Boston. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer) (Michael Dwyer, Copyright 2024 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.)

Planet Fitness is offering a free pass to teenagers this summer so they can exercise for free while school’s out.

From June 1-Aug. 31, teens between 14-19 years of age can work out at Planet Fitness for free. The gym chain’s annual High School Summer Pass allows kids to utilize cardio and strength equipment at any one Planet Fitness of their choosing. Teens will also have access to certain group classes, which will vary by location.

Teens can register for the summer pass in person on or after June 1. Pre-registration is also available online as of May 20 -- click here to register online.

Those under 18 years old will need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian when registering. After that, they may work out alone going forward.

Teens registered in the program can only exercise at the Planet Fitness location they sign up for. They won’t be able to move around to other locations, officials said.

All Planet Fitness visitors are encouraged to download their mobile app, which provides access to a digital gym pass that can be scanned when you enter the gym.

Learn more about Planet Fitness’ teen summer program here.

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