Revolve fitness studio on Nine Mile Road in Pensacola opening in May

Judith J. Mercado

In 2017, Tyler Bennett and his wife, Whitney, opened a CrossFit gym. When they opened the gym, they knew they had a winning idea by bringing fitness to the community. And yet, there was still a feeling they just couldn’t shake. Something was missing in the Pensacola fitness scene. How […]

In 2017, Tyler Bennett and his wife, Whitney, opened a CrossFit gym. When they opened the gym, they knew they had a winning idea by bringing fitness to the community.

And yet, there was still a feeling they just couldn’t shake. Something was missing in the Pensacola fitness scene. How could they create a well-rounded workout that appeals to everyone?

After nearly three years of development and research, they got their answer — a studio that focuses on the elements of spin, combined with strength training and conditioning.

“We saw a gap in the market, and we wanted to bridge that gap,” Revolve co-owner Tyler Bennett said. “We wanted to cater to all fitness levels and create a workout that is palatable.”

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