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Gym extension for Anglia Ruskin University

pieces, along with a large selection of free weights, kettlebells and racks. The Cambridge campus, which has over

11,000 students, houses the Helmore Fitness Suite and also provides additional gym facilities, two full size sports halls, squash courts, a climbing wall and fitness studios, through its partnership with Kelsey Kerridge Sports Centre located in the city centre. “We are continually improving our

ANGLIA Ruskin University’s Helmore Campus in Cambridge has extended and refurbished its fitness suite to improve the fitness experience for students and staff. The investment, which is part of the

university’s commitment to innovation and ongoing development, saw the gym completely refurbished in two weeks to be ready for the new term. The work included demolishing a wall to increase the size of its gym to 189sq m in order to accommodate additional equipment. With three sites in Cambridge, Chelmsford and Peterborough and the recent addition

of a campus in London, Anglia Ruskin University, home to over 17,000 students, is one of the largest universities in the east of England. To keep pace with innovation the university has invested more than £122m in the campuses over the last five years, with a further £98m planned for the future. The Helmore gym showcases 10 Precor

cardio machines, including the new Next- Generation Experience Series Treadmill. It features two upper body Vitality Series Selectorised Single strength stations, four Vitality Series Selectorised dual station units and a selection of Icarian strength

services and offering to our faculty and students. The refurbished gym and upgrade of equipment is in line with our strategy to increase the fitness experience for both students and staff. It not only provides us with a top-of-the-range facility but will also help when recruiting new students,” says Laura Harman, sports facilities co-ordinator at Anglia Ruskin University. “The Preva networked fitness capabilities

give students the ability to input their goals and track their improvements and will help improve the performance of Anglia Ruskin’s sports teams, as well as the general health and wellbeing of all its members.” Oriam opts for Life Fitness at Edinburgh campus

LIFE Fitness has been appointed as a fitness provider of Oriam, Scotland’s new National Performance Centre for Sport at Heriot-Watt’s Edinburgh Campus. The new £33m sports performance centre,

which has been developed through a partnership between Heriot-Watt University, sportscotland and the City of Edinburgh Council, will be the performance home of both Scottish Football and Scottish Rugby as well as basketball, netball and handball. Life Fitness will install 85 pieces of

premium fitness equipment including 64 cardiovascular stations including Life Fitness Row GX Trainers as well as Upright and Recumbent Bikes, FlexStriders, PowerMills, Treadmills and Cross Trainers with Discover™ with the most advanced technology. The gym will also feature 19 strength stations comprising Hammer Strength HD

Elite Power Racks and Benches, Signature Series Cable Motion Dual Adjustable Pulleys and Insignia Series selectorised strength equipment. To also meet global trends and the demand for functional and group training, Oriam will also feature SYNRGY360 and the first SYNRGY BlueSky outdoor training station in Scotland. The centre, which is due to open in

August 2016, will include full size indoor and outdoor 3G synthetic pitches for football and rugby, a 12 court sports hall, five outdoor grass football and two grass rugby pitches, a fitness suite, an on-site café and world class facilities for sports science, medicine and conferencing. The new facilities will complement those currently on site, which include eight

squash courts, three new exercise studios, a four court sports hall and a 60x40 indoor 3G synthetic pitch. “The National Performance Centre for

Sport will make a significant contribution to grassroots development through to high performance training. As well as assisting performance athletes to hone their skills to compete on the global stage, it will also inspire local people by creating world-class sports facilities on their doorstep. We are determined to have a positive impact on the local community by encouraging users to improve their fitness, take part in sport or simply enjoy an active lifestyle,” says Catriona McAllister, chief executive officer of Oriam.


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