Access to More Than 10,000 Gyms for Only $29 a Month

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When it comes to choosing a fitness center, you have a lot of options. There are large gyms that offer lots of extras like fitness classes, tanning and massage, and small gyms that just offer the basics. There are luxurious fitness centers, and some that don’t have many frills. There are big chains and others that stand alone. All that choice can make it difficult to find the right fitness center for you.
But what if you didn’t have to choose just one fitness center? What if you could pay one monthly fee and have access to thousands of fitness centers, both near your home and across the country?
The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Blue Care Network member discount program, Blue365®, has teamed up with Fitness Your Way™ by
Tivity Health™ to offer Blue Cross and Blue Care Network members access to more than 10,000 gym locations throughout the country for $29 a month. There’s a $29 enrollment fee.
Eligible Blue365 members and their dependents (must be 18 years of age or older) may enroll in Fitness Your Way. With members having access to multiple locations there’s no need to stick with one location or fitness chain. The membership requires a three-month commitment-after that, members may cancel.
You’ll be able to go to well-known gyms like LA Fitness, Curves and Anytime Fitness (see all the participating gyms here).
To sign up, log in to your account at, click the Member Discounts with Blue365 link on the home page and search for the Fitness Your Way deal. Or, you can use the Blue Cross mobile app. Search BCBSM in Google Play™ or the App Store® to get the app.
Members have access to great deals through Blue365. You can learn more about the program through your member account at or the Blue Cross mobile app.

A Healthier Michigan is sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, a nonprofit, independent licensee of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association.
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