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GRAVITY Training proves popular at Everyone Active


New pitch delights pupils


Thornton Sports completed a new 3G sports pitch facility for an academy school in Lancashire, UK. The sur- face chosen for Bishop Rawstorne C of E Academy in Croston was Thornton Sports’ UK manufactured Soccer- Turf 40M 3rd generation sand/rubber fi lled synthetic grass. Ideal for football and hockey use, the size of the exist- ing pitch was also increased to provide a new, larger facility. The full-size pitch was then enclosed with new perimeter fencing and fl oodlighting.


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Seasonal airdome proves a success at Essex tennis club


A Covair Structures single skin seasonal air- dome has enjoyed a successful fi rst term at Billericay Lawn Tennis Club in Essex – despite weather-related near disaster. The infl atable building provides covered play on three artifi cial clay courts, ensur- ing that the club can continue coaching and competitions even in bad weather. Installed on 24 September 2013, the structure


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Leisure centre operator Everyone Active has embraced GRAVITY training with more than one third of its centres in the South East region now offering classes to members. Three more centres – Watford Leisure Centre Woodside, Southall Sports Centre and Harrow Leisure Centre – have installed Total Gym machines and will be offering a range of GRAVITY classes. Benefi cial for exercisers of all abilities, the sessions can be offered on the Total Gym equipment in a GroupX, small group, team training or a PT environment.


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had its fi rst major test a month later, on 27 October, when gale force winds hit the south of England. Despite moving around, the dome survived the storm and escaped being hit by a felled tree that landed on the surround fencing. At the end of March, the dome was then dismantled for the summer months, taking four workers just three and a half hours. It was rolled on a trolley into a specially-constructed steel storage shed.


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Many leisure facilities are looking for ways to make more of their outside space. One way of achieving this is by installing a fi t- ness or trim trail, an increasingly popular way of combining fresh air with a workout. Robert Boyd, of sportsequip.co.uk, says his company has been involved in setting up dozens of fi tness trails in the UK. One of the most recent ones (pictured) is Reyn- olds Retreat, a new fi tness spa in Kent.


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