Yoga to Pilates, gym-hopping rides the new exercise wave

Times of India has written a success story on Gymer, Read more “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 . With over 350 plus partners and 7,000 users spread across Bangalore, Hyderabad and Delhi, Gymer plans to launch in Chennai and Mumbai by early next year.

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