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New Row House Fitness Facility Opening In Williamsburg

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WILLIAMSBURG-A new fitness facility is opening in Williamsburg close to downtown and Midtown Row.

Row House, a gym specializing in low-impact, full-body rowing workouts, will open soon at 200 College Row. An exact date has not been announced.

Row House offers six different classes to build strength, endurance, and confidence. Each class has a different focus and program to assist with weekly progress.

The Williamsburg location will be the first Row House in the Hampton Roads area. Row House has several locations in the Richmond area and in North Virginia.

Row House in Williamsburg is currently running preopening membership specials. For more information, click here.

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