Great Dunmow Leisure Centre invests £30,000 in new gym facilities

19:01 12 February 2014

Great Dunmow Leisure Centre has installed new, state-of-the-art Life Fitness gym equipment.

The £30,000 investment includes: a Life Fitness Synrgy360 apparatus – a full-service training centre that can be tailored to serve the broad scope of members’ goals and facilitate the latest fitness trends; the Life Fitness Signature Cable Cross Over for members who wish to concentrate on upper-body exercises; and the new TRX suspension training machine which helps users to build and tighten muscle, as well as burn calories.

Phil Wallis, contract manager at the leisure centre, said: “We are committed to providing the best facilities possible for our members in a bid to improve their health and wellbeing. I’m sure the community will be delighted with us now offering the very latest exercise equipment.”

Staff will also be holding a number of classes each day on the new equipment to ensure members’ get the best experience when using the apparatus. To enquire about a demonstration on the new equipment, contact the centre directly on 01371 878690 or visit harpersfitness.co.uk

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