If you want to work out, any time of day, you can now in Northborough.
Jamie and her husband Jason Lasorsa, opened Project Jay Fitness, a 24-hour fitness facility, in August at 4 West Main St. (on the third and fourth floors).
"So far, the response has been very positive," said Jamie. "Being community minded is PJF's number one priority. The support of the community is what keeps small businesses alive, and when you forget about treating people with kindness and compassion, your community notices."
Jason, a former Marine, has trained for more than five years and as he followed athletes, his vision for that "perfect fitness facility" grew. Jamie is an aesthetician and managed a full service day spa until about six months ago, abandoning it to focus on opening the new business.
Project Jay Fitness offers a variety of services that appeal to all types and levels. The third floor is the childcare room, a place parents can let their kids hang out while they work out. Also on the third floor is the cardio equipment, circuit machines and free weights.
The fourth floor contains the group fitness room where classes are held, as well as the spin cycling room and the esthetic room (which includes tanning, and soon to be added facials, waxing and more).
"The fourth floor also houses the place where athletes are made," said Jamie. "The's the cross-training area. Here you will see battling ropes, tires and sledgehammers, boxes, gymnast rings and more. All are items that Jay has used to train athletes for such competitions as Tough Mudder, Spartan Race, Metro Dash and more."
Being a family run facility, Jamie said they also take pride in keeping a clean business.
"Don't be surprised if you see the Lasorsa children, Jolene and Alexsandra, hanging out in the childcare room," said Jamie, "or at town events such as Applefest, which PJF is very excited to be participating in this year. Stop by and say hi!"