Wednesday, November 21, 2018
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Club Fit Names New GM for Briarcliff Location

Ted Gilsinger, who has been with Club Fit since 2007, has been promoted to the position of General Manager at the Club Fit Briarcliff location.

Gilsinger got his start as a Fitness Coach and has also held positions as a Personal Trainer, Assistant Fitness Director and Assistant General Manager. He is a graduate of Marist College, with a degree in Athletic Training, and a concentration in Health Science.


“I joined Club Fit with a passion to influence the well-being of others,” said Gilsinger. “I come from a family affected by cancer, both child and adult. This, along with a personal injury, directed my natural inclination to help others achieve better health. Nothing beats the feeling of providing emotional support, education, and empowerment to another. Starting as a personal trainer and now having the opportunity to influence and educate a whole team dedicated to changing the lives of others, has been extremely rewarding.”

Gilsinger was recently chosen as one of IHRSA’s (International Health, Racquet and Sportsclub Association) 2018 “Rising Stars”. He was among 22 talented and inspiring individuals under the age of 36, who have had a major influence on their company and the fitness industry. This selection came from nominations by industry peers and colleagues.

For 45 years, Club Fit has focused on enhancing quality of life and physical well-being for people of all ages.  In addition to the club’s state-of-the-art facilities and comprehensive programming, Club Fit is also an active member of the local community. Founded in 1973, Club Fit operates clubs in Briarcliff Manor and Jefferson Valley, serving more than 10,000 members and their guests.

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