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No Limit Fitness Settles in to Pleasant View Location

No Limit LLC’s new home will offer the same level of service (Photo: Submitted)

BY: Micca Terrell

After nearly five years of helping folks stay fit in Cheatham County, No Limit Fitness LLC has moved from Ashland City to a much bigger facility in Pleasant View. Brandon Reed, owner of No Limit Fitness LLC, said that he and Brandon Williams, owner of Prime Fitness Joelton, have teamed up to take over Pleasant View Fitness Center on Industrial Drive. Experienced fitness entrepreneurs who have known each other two decades, Reed and Williams had worked several months to secure the PV Fitness location, Reed said.

“Pleasant View has a lot to offer. It’s a busy community, being that it’s right off the interstate,” he said.

The new facility is approximately 10,000 square feet, much larger than the 6,000 square feet location in Ashland City. As the team settles in, Reed said they intend to add many new pieces of equipment aside from what is already being transferred from the Ashland City location.

“We want everyone to know we may be changing locations, but the vibe will stay the same,” he explained.

“Your environment helps to deliver your level of success and we intend to deliver. Any gym can be large and have nice, expensive equipment, but at the end of the day, if you’re not comfortable in your gym environment your results will suffer. We’re all family here just trying to better ourselves,” Reed said.

No Limit LLC’s new home will offer the same level of service and exercise classes, including staff to assist in cleaning, he said. There will also be a robust retail area just like the Frey Street location, including supplements and No Limit branded merchandise.

Reed and Williams have known each other for over two decades (Photo: Submitted)

“We will also be carrying all-natural pre-made meals, made from local meats and produce,” Reed said.

As far as innovative programs go, they will offer yoga and a Silver Sneakers program for senior citizens.

Parents who are looking to fit in a workout will also find chairs, tables, and electric outlets for their children to work on homework or enjoy a quick game, he said.

“You can expect to see many smiling faces,” Reed said, including the No Limit canine mascots, Hurley and Qynn.

If you sign up now through the end of the year, memberships are $40 for single individuals, $35 each for couples, $30 each for family of three, and $25 each for family.

You can find out more about No Limit Fitness on their Facebook page at You can reach Brandon Williams at 615-426-8060.


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