Planet Fitness Free Teen Summer Pass Program

By 5/31/2022 10:47:00 AM

Want your teen to stay active over the summer months? Then sign them up for Planet Fitness "High School Summer Pass", which allows teens ages 14 – 19* to work out for FREE at locations in the United States and Canada, from May 16 to August 31.

This is a great way for teenagers to stay active when school sports programs, gym classes and after school activities wind down.

In addition to free in-club fitness training that all High School Summer Pass participants will have access to, the certified trainers at Planet Fitness have also designed 15 trainer-led workout videos and 10 downloadable workouts – encompassing cardio, strength, toning and sports circuits – just for high schoolers (across all fitness levels).

This content is available on the Planet Fitness App and PlanetFitness website

The Planet Fitness Summer Pass Sweepstakes

To further motivate high schoolers to make fitness a priority, all participants who sign up starting May 16 are automatically entered into The Planet Fitness High School Summer Pass Sweepstakes.

Planet Fitness will award one $500 scholarship in each state (and the District of Columbia), and one grand prize $5,000 scholarship at the end of the summer****.

These scholarships can be used for academic or athletic activities or programs.

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Insight Into Teen Health and Fitness

To uncover how high schoolers view health and fitness, Planet Fitness did a national study in partnership with Material on mental and physical health from both teens’ and parents’ perspectives.

Although negatively impacted by the pandemic, teens are ready to make a commitment to getting healthy, both physically and mentally.

The Study Key findings include:

Physical Fitness for the Win.

  • Despite three in five teens (60 percent) reporting their usual health and fitness routines were severely disrupted over the last two years, nearly all (89 percent) of their parents credit regular exercise and physical activity as helping their teens cope with the challenges of the pandemic.
  • And nearly all (92 percent) teens agree that when they are regularly physically active, they feel much better mentally.

Mental Health Takes Center Stage.

  • Almost half (48 percent) of teens admit that they struggled with mental health for the first time during the pandemic. And more than half (51 percent) explain they currently struggle with anxiety.
  • Parents are overwhelmingly concerned about how the past two years have impacted their teens’ mental health (71 percent), overall health (66 percent) and physical fitness (60 percent)

Screen Time, More Time.

  • A majority of parents (55 percent) also report the time their teens spends on social media has increased since the start of the pandemic. In fact, many parents feel their teens are spending more time being sedentary than active – 54 percent noted their teens text more today, 52 percent saw an uptick in playing video games and 50 percent of parents say their teen is spending more time watching TV.
  • And more teens agree they spend too much time in front of screens than they did right before the pandemic (61 percent in 2022 versus 52 percent in 2020).


Planet Fitness’ top priority continues to be keeping its members and employees safe and is the first fitness brand to receive the WELL Health-Safety Rating for Facility Operations and Management by the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI).

Enhanced COVID-19 safety and sanitization protocols include:

  • Touchless check-in via the free Planet Fitness App – available to all High School Summer Pass participants
  • A Crowd Meter on the Planet Fitness App that allows members to check club capacity in real-time before even leaving the house
  • Increased sanitization to continually clean and sanitize high-touch areas, with cleaning stations available for member use
  • Mask policies in accordance with local guidelines

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****No purchase necessary. Open to legal residents of the 50 U.S./D.C., who are 14-19 years of age (with parent approval if under age of majority). Begins 12:00 am ET on 5/16/22; ends 11:59 pm ET on 8/31/22. For Official Rules, visit

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