Three of our gyms in Brighton and Hove are to receive some of the very latest equipment, including the areas first piece of kit which can greatly improve the power, speed, stamina and agility of every day gym-goers as well as athletes, in a £175,000 investment.
Withdean Sports Complex, Prince Regent Swimming Complex and King Alfred Leisure Centre all have gyms, and while they are all currently very well-equipped and staffed by expert fitness instructors, Freedom Leisure vows to make them state-of-the art, by featuring some of the best and newest kit in the area.
All three gyms will receive new cardiovascular Technogym kit, the majority with integrated touch screen digital TV consoles and new pre-programmed workouts, designed to be challenging and deliver results in a fun and easy way.
Withdean, the largest of the three gym sites, will also feature the new SKILLMILL™ by Technogym, the first product allowing both everyday gym-goers and athletes to improve power, speed, stamina and agility. Users can enjoy the benefits of professional sports training in a safe, engaging and effective way, as the unique solution offers a huge variety of workout routines to train the whole body – and turn everyday gym members into peak performers!
The new gym layout at Prince Regent Swimming Complex has been especially planned with accessibility in mind, with certain pieces of the new equipment being IFI accredited, which means the kit is designed and adapted for both disabled and non-disabled users, allowing them to benefit from a full body cardiovascular and resistance based workout.
We are pleased to be able to install this brand new gym equipment into these popular gyms on behalf of Brighton & Hove City Council. These centres are wonderful community facilities and they continue to provide the very best in health, fitness and wellbeing for the people of Brighton and Hove and the surrounding areas.Ryan O’Gorman, Freedom Leisure Health and Fitness Manager for Brighton and Hove
As a result of member and customer feedback, King Alfred Leisure Centre will also benefit from an increased free-weight provision, with an extended training area and greatly enhanced weight selection.
Installation is to start mid-September at Prince Regent Swimming Complex followed by Withdean Sports Complex and King Alfred Leisure Centre. All three are to be fully installed by the end of September.
Ryan O’Gorman, Freedom Leisure Health and Fitness Manager for Brighton and Hove, says, “We are pleased to be able to install this brand new gym equipment into these popular gyms on behalf of Brighton & Hove City Council. These centres are wonderful community facilities and they continue to provide the very best in health, fitness and wellbeing for the people of Brighton and Hove and the surrounding areas.”
O’Gorman adds, “Technogym’s SKILLMILL is a really incredible and unique piece of kit, so we are proud to be the first gym in Brighton and Hove to install one. While the improvements at Prince Regent and the addition of kit for those with limited accessibility, demonstrates the work we do to support everyone in the community.”