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T e two new Dubai openings bring the total number of clubs owned by the franchise to 23 Fitness First: Two new Dubai clubs


Fitness First Middle East – a Fitness First franchise owned and operated under licence by Landmark Leisure and Hospitality Services Ltd – has opened two new health clubs in Dubai as part of its strategic expansion plan in the Middle East. The Deira City Centre club opened


on 5 January 2012, while the European Business Center Club in Green Community opened on 21 January. Deira City offers a 2,000sq m workout


floor for both men and women, equipped by Technogym and with free weights and strength areas. There’s also an extensive group exercise timetable. These facilities are complemented by a hidden Harvia sauna in the changing area,


to offer members a much-needed respite from the dry heat, as well as a lounge area with complimentary drinks and WiFi. Meanwhile, the club in the European


Business Center is equipped by Life Fitness. The 1,000sq m facility offers dedicated freestyle, free weights, strength and cardio areas, as well as group exercise studios, stretch zones and personal training areas. It also features a members’ lounge and sauna-equipped changing rooms. These two new openings take the


total number of clubs operated by the franchise to 23. More new clubs are set to open in early 2012, in Abu Dhabi, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.


The Club Port Baku opens in Azerbaijan Facilities include a 900sq m gym with


Baku, the capital city of Azerbaijan, saw the opening of a new 8,500sq m, 400 member capacity health club last month. The Club Port Baku is located in the new


Port Baku Towers development, alongside luxury apartments and penthouses, retail and restaurant facilities and office space. The club brings international standards


and high-end luxury to the capital. It’s the city’s first health club where the personal trainers are registered with the European Register of Exercise Professionals (EREPS), while the club’s spa is the first in the country to offer Elemis treatments.


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150 stations, overlooking the Caspian Sea and equipped by Precor. There’s also a 25m indoor pool, a


1,100sq m indoor sports hall with NBA- approved hardwood floor, three squash courts, a three-screen 150º golf simulator, a tennis court, 80sq m climbing wall, two dedicated group fitness rooms and a spa. With its ethos of being more than just


a health club, The Club Port Baku also offers a beauty salon, barbers, sports café with a 3sq m video wall and a coffee bar, as well as a kids’ zone.


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