how do i add anytime members in my area?

This website........ as far as looking for a workout partner in my area or just to make new friends at the gym locations that I frequently go to does not seem to be a user friendly option on this site? Is there no way to search for anytime members within a zip code or mile radius? I have atleast 3 different locations that I frequently go to and it would also be nice to be able to see what is going on at all of my locations, not just my home gym where I signed up, I havent been to that location in over a year.

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Hey Folks,

Excellent question. One of the enhancements to the site will indeed be a zip code search function, so you can search for people in your "area." Currently, you can search by last name, though the results will be limited to those at your home club. You can also search by email address or username if you happen to know them.

I'm not exactly sure of the timing of this pending enhancement, but hopefully it will be added in the next few weeks.

Please stay tuned...


Brian Zehetner 36k
7 years ago

Well.....I am in Mississippi......but a good little hop skip and jump from you. I am in New Albany. I don't know anyone that goes to the gym that I go to.

Dena Dykes 2k
7 years ago

I, too, am from Mississippi. I'm in Starkville and don't know anybody that goes to the gym I go to either. Sorry.

jls523 430
7 years ago

Wow! I am sorry to hear that some of you do not know anyone at your gym, home or not! At my home gym, the community table is always crowded with several of us after a work out. Now it might be because it is during the rush hours after work. We usually all meet up there after Yoga and/or Boot Camp to laugh with each other over our work outs. I hope you find a few work out partners soon, because it is great to have someone to share the pain and encourage during workouts!!

Leaisfit 530
7 years ago

I am also looking for a workout partner. I have asked a few people but they seem to shy away from the idea. Don't know why. Would be great idea to have a tab where others are looking for a partner.

Marcia Lubitz 335
7 years ago

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2 months ago

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6/11/2010 at 9:38 AM
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