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One Leisure choose Jordan Fitness for new leisure centre


Functional fitness specialist helps transform the client offer at St Ives site


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he new Impressions Fitness Suite at One Leisure St Ives, Cambridgeshire, managed by Huntingdonshire District


Council, opened its redeveloped gym to the public on 18th May 2013. One of five “One Leisure” sites across the county, in Huntingdon, Ramsey, Sawtry, St Ives and St Neots, they provide a wide variety of sports and leisure activities for all ages and interests. Functional fitness specialists, Jordan


Fitness, were selected as One Leisure’s preferred freeweights and accessories equipment supplier for the launch of their newest facility. The complete leisure complex includes a state-of-the- art gym, studios, crèche, tenpin bowling, swimming pool, café and bar, and a day spa with treatments rooms. With 2 million people visiting the


One Leisure facilities last year, the redevelopment of the facilities has resulted in a gym three times the


ABOUT JORDAN FITNESS


Jordan Fitness specialise in the design, manufacture and supply of commercial quality free weights, flooring and studio equipment to trade and retail clients across the UK, Europe and USA. Jordan Fitness is also an approved distributor for the LifeLine USA and Alpha Strong brands. Established for 25 years, Jordan Fitness


also provide design layout and education advice as part of their awardwinning services. Designed by Us. Inspired by You... Functional fitness specialists of free weight equipment and training across the globe. For details visit www.jordanfitness.co.uk, call +44 (0) 1553 763285 or email sales@jordanfitness.co.uk Address: 56 Oldmedow Rd, Hardwick Ind. Estate, King’s Lynn, Norfolk PE30 4PP


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The gym now offers a large range of free weights


previous size and enables the club to increase their membership base to over 3,000. The new facility is open to all ages from 14 to 80 years and over. It also offers flexible membership options with no contracts in addition to full use of any of their five sites in the region. Matthew Leadbitter, account manager


at Jordan Fitness says, “One Leisure provides an excellent service to the local community, which aims to promote a healthy population across the region. Jordan Fitness is delighted to have been chosen to supply the functional freeweights and accessories for this site and look forward to continuing to support the Council in the future”. Jordan Fitness has supplied a wide range of functional fitness equipment


to the site, including an Olympic lifting platform, sports mats and hanging rack, dumbell racks, studio barbell sets, medicine ball sets, storage cages, and a range of kettlebells and dumbells. Louise Silver, operations manager at


the Impressions Fitness Suites at One Leisure says, “Through a rigorous tender process and after careful consideration, Jordan Fitness were selected due to their fantastic customer consultation process, coupled with their reputation for providing outstanding free weights equipment. One Leisure strives to provide customers with an excellent level of service and we are extremely happy with our choice of supplier.” For more information on One Leisure visit www.oneleisure.net


One Leisure’s new gym is now three times larger than the former one Read Health Club Management online at healthclubmanagement.co.uk/digital 79


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