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Time to say goodbye to boring fitness sessions
Time to say goodbye to boring fitness sessionsFOR those worried about putting on a few pounds over the Christmas festivities, help is at hand at a new gym that has opened on Basingstoke’s Viables Business Park.
The Fitness Experts, based at the former ITT social club, in Jay’s Close, Viables is offering unlimited personal training in the custom-built, 3,500 sq ft Fitness Experts Studio – providing jobs for 12 personal trainers and therapists.
Managing director Jamie Stone (pictured right), describes the business venture as “an antidote to boring gyms”.
He said the studio has been designed as the perfect solution for those bored of gym memberships not delivering the results they are looking for.
Jamie said: “Normal gyms and health clubs just don’t work for most people, so we wanted to offer another option – a way of exercising that actually gets you the results you want.
“We didn’t want people to pay a monthly membership for a gym they never use or for there to be row upon row of tedious treadmills and other dull machines.
“Instead of an hour induction with a fitness trainer and then ‘see you later,’ we’re offering people a genuinely new way of staying healthy and fit, with unlimited access to personal trainers who will motivate, give advice and ensure that our members achieve their goals.”
Members have unlimited access to The Fitness Experts Group Fitness Training sessions with the studio’s personal trainers.
Jamie said: “Unlike normal gym classes, the group training sessions will be designed around those taking part, with the personal trainers helping members individually to work on key areas, exercise effectively and most importantly, enjoy the experience.
“This tailored approach means that no two workouts will be the same, with each session offering activities designed specifically for the members taking part.”
He said sessions will have a maximum of 12 participants and can be scaled according to ability and objectives. “This means that an Olympic athlete could work out alongside a 70-year-old grandma, and both would achieve the results they were looking for,” added Jamie.