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Alex Rodriguez’s Favorite Mega Fitness Mecca Opens a Splashy New Dallas Studio

Dallas Entrepreneur Brings the Craze He Created Home

BY // 07.31.19

TruFusion, a mega fitness studio from Las Vegas backed by Alex Rodriguez, opens in Dallas this Thursday, August 1. The 12,000 square foot space is located at 9100 N. Central Expressway at Caruth Plaza.

Memberships at the class-based studio will begin on August 5.

Featuring five studios under one roof, classes offered include yoga, Pilates, cycling, HIIT, barre, boxing, kettlebell, bootcamp and more. More than 35 classes in more than 65 different styles are available each day, making member experiences as customizable as possible to achieve different fitness level and goals.

The Dallas studio will also have a juice bar with smoothies, acai bowls, and food all day long.

Founded by Dallas-native Martin Hinton in 2013, TruFusion has been expanding across the nation and is finally coming to Hinton’s hometown. A-Rod is also an equity partner in the company, and trains with fiancee Jennifer Lopez at TruFusion.

“It is a personal and professional accomplishment for me to bring TruFusion to my hometown in Texas,” Hinton says. “I know that the people of Dallas are going to love our studio, brand and unique classes. We offer a vast array of class styles that fuse multiple disciplines.

“With the uniquely blended classes that we offer, people would otherwise have to pay for memberships at three or more studios to find this much diversity.”

Compared to one specific studio membership, TruFusion seems like a pretty good deal if you like to mix things up. For first time members, the studio is offering 30 days for $30 with access to unlimited classes. After that, it costs $150 a month for unlimited classes. But, first class is free to any non-members.

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