Club Towers Announces Gym Equipment Partnership with Technogym
After an exhaustive 6-month process examining all of the major gym equipment manufacturers, Towers Health & Racquets Club is pleased to announce it has signed a long term partnership with Technogym to supply the equipment for its new 500 sq.m gym and Group Cycle studio.
Technogym is a world-leading producer of gym equipment and renowned for the innovation, design and quality of its equipment and technology offering. The equipment being installed at Towers Health & Racquets Club includes Technogym’s high-end ARTIS cardio equipment and Selection Pro strength equipment, all of which will be complemented by Technogym’s digital cloud-based platform, mywellness.
This technology will enable the Club Towers’ fitness team to work with members at a far more advanced and interactive level – allowing them to create truly personalised training programmes for members which can be managed and accessed from Technogym’s UNITY console on cardio equipment, or from the member’s smartphone or tablet.
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The new gym will include a comprehensive range of Technogym’s CV and strength kit, along with some of its latest and most innovative products. Technogym’s Omnia 8 will be central to the gym, enabling members to carry out functional training in a group environment led by Club Towers’ expert instructors. Other highlights include state-of-the-art Kinesis stations, which enables 360° movement for the user; the brand new Excite Climb stepper; and SkillMill, a non-motorised product allowing the user to work on their power, speed, stamina and agility.
Steven Davies, General Manager of Club Towers commented: “We are very excited to be announcing this agreement with Technogym. The partnership will ensure we offer a first class gym environment to our members, allowing them to train and workout with the very best equipment, using the very latest technology and integrated systems. We are also great believers in the personal touch and will be employing the very best personal trainers and instructors to help support and guide our members to achieve their goals. What attracted us to Technogym was not only the quality of the equipment but also, how the technology is set up to support the instructor and member relationship rather than replace it.”
Steve Barton, Managing Director of Technogym UK said: “We are delighted to be chosen as the main gym equipment supplier for the new Towers Health & Racquets Club, which will provide a superb new facility for the people of Bedford. We are looking forward to working with the Club over the coming years to provide its gym members with the best levels of service in the industry.”
Founded in 1983, Technogym is a world leading international supplier of technology and design driven products and services in the Wellness and Fitness industry. Technogym provides a complete range of cardio, strength and functional equipment alongside a digital cloud based platform allowing consumers to connect with their personal wellness experience anywhere, both on the equipment and via mobile when outdoors. With over 2,000 employees and 14 branches in Europe, USA, Asia, Middle East, Australia and South America, Technogym exports 90% of its production to over 100 countries. More than 65,000 Wellness centers and 200,000 private homes in the world are equipped with Technogym. Technogym was the official supplier for the last six editions of the Olympic Games: Sydney 2000, Athens 2004, Turin 2006, Beijing 2008, London 2012 and Rio 2016.
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