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Gymer is a mobile app and web-based service that provides a cashless system for booking instant or in-advance workout sessions on an hourly basis. Users can decide when and where to work out, with a ‘pay-as-you-go’ option.
Most companies do provide fitness centers to encourage employees into fitness. The reason behind it is simple, it’s a proven fact that there is a direct relation between fitness and productivity of an employee at work. But yet most employees refuse to use these facilities since they lack to see value in it.
“When groceries, food and medicine are available on demand, why not gyms?” asked Srikanth Balakumar. Based on the `pay as you go’ concept, Balakumar and Kushal Kumar launched Gymer in June 2015. Available through a mobile app and website, Gymer provides a cashless system for users to view gyms closest to their location and book hourly sessions. From small gyms charging `60-70 per hour to high end centres, users can book up to 12 slots .
Here we go again, special promotion only for this Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Book a Gymer session and you could win merchandise worth Rs.3000. Also, get a free Sipper for every booking.
Health and Fitness, This is one space that many consider but lose to procrastination. In metro cities like Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore, avenues to invest in fitness abound. here are a few options we found.
All you need to do is invite your non-Gymer friends and family to Gymer using your referral code on the app and get them to request their first workout with free credits. Hit any of the levels below and you could workout free all month long!
With the growth of location based service aggregation startups in the country, a new niche segment has emerged leveraging this principle – marketplace for gyms and other fitness centers. Startups operating on these lines are making it easier for people to discover and enroll into membership programs to get fit. Bengaluru based startup, Gymer was co-founded by Srikanth Balakumar and Kushal Kumar in June 2015, it provides solutions for the Health and Fitness industry.
Many people sign up for gym memberships to help themselves stay fit. But, with high membership fees, many are apprehensive about paying up, not knowing whether they will be able to use the gym regularly. On the other hand, many gyms face the problem of a low signup ratio and a high drop-out rate.