The UK’s largest airline is set to open a new multi-purpose gym in East Ham. A spokesperson from 4D Fitness responds to the report.
EasyJet is planning a large million pound investment in the creation of a new multi-purpose gym in East Ham. The EasyGym complex will transform a 13,000 square foot unit on High Street North into an air-conditioned fitness hub, with more than twenty jobs being created in total.
The facility will feature four large fitness zones equipped with the latest technology, and users of the gym will even be able to access YouTube, Facebook, Google and their emails as they work up a sweat. EasyGym will offer no-contract prices, while customers will be rewarded if they join before the gym opens with a lower initial payment.
“Our secret is giving ‘freedom to do more’ at prices that just knock people out, they’re so reasonable,” claimed EasyGym chief executive Paul Lorimer-Wing. “EasyGym is challenging the conventions of both the budget and the premium gyms in the same radical way that its sister brand EasyJet transformed air travel.”
4D Fitness, a leading provider of personal trainers across the UK, takes a keen interest in reports such as this. A spokesperson provided this statement: “It’s always exciting to hear about the development of a new gym complex, and now the residents of East Ham will have a superb new area to work out and improve their fitness. We’re sure this gym will be a huge success and help the local community to stay fit. However for a lot of people just going to the gym won’t give them the desired results.
Your body needs a change of routine to really push itself to the limit, but the problem is that it can be hard to keep coming up with new exercises. That problem disappears with the help of a qualified personal trainer who can create tailored workout plans that are designed around you and your fitness goals. Personal training can make a huge difference to your lifestyle.”
4D Fitness is a UK-based personal training and fitness company who educate their clients about the science behind taught exercises. Established in 1998, 4D Fitness develop qualified trainers so they can support people training for marathons, those aiming to lose weight, over 65’s and other groups with more bespoke fitness objectives.
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