Ed McConaghay


Fitness on Request



You no longer have to sweat it out to Zumba or kickboxing among complete strangers. Founded in 2008, the interactive group exercise platform allows for individuals to sift through nine genres of fitness classes at a kiosk and work out in front of a projector screen wherever they choose, including gyms, such as Anytime Fitness, and apartment facilities. McCognaghay hopped on board as CEO one year ago. Soon after, the Maple Grove-based company made the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing companies. It has spread to 1,000 facilities worldwide and reported $3.9 million in revenue for 2012.