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A new high-end health club in Jersey is hoping to attract the island’s many corporate employees and its ageing population, with a 360-degree approach to wellness. Healthhaus, a 1,009sq m


(10,860sq ft) centre attached to the island’s Hotel de France and ayurvedic-themed spa, is the brainchild of Glenda Rivoallan, who is operating the facility on a 10-year lease. O n


j o i n i n g t h e


£100-a-month club, which opened for business on 24 March, members are given a one-to-one screening by resident chiropractor Dr Sam Jackson, who examines respiratory function, cardio capacity, blood pressure and cholesterol and conducts a movement analysis. Members are then given a tailored workout


plan, while anyone found to have serious health concerns receives a fast-track referral, either


The gym offers weekly educational clinics covering training principles


to their own GP or Jersey’s only consultant cardiologist Dr Andrew Mitchell. The workout space of the 900-capacity


club is centred around two milon strength endurance circuits, which offer HIIT- influenced 35-minute workout sessions. Details: http://lei.sr?a=d6d4N


Doncaster’s Eco Fitness lands rugby star


Doncaster health club Eco Fitness has added some star power to its training staff with the addition of rugby league player Jon Goddard. Goddard, who plied trade for Hul l KR,


his


Castleford and Halifax before turning down a contract with Doncaster last winter to become a fitness instructor, delivers a number of uncompromising personal training sessions in addition to specialist Beach Bodies and Ultimate Abs classes. He first learned of Eco Fitness last winter,


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Healthhaus harbours high hopes


...was like somebody turning the lights on


...was like somebody turning the lights on


...was like somebody turning the lights on


Eco Fitness MD Simon Dinnie (left) and his latest signing Jon Goddard


when he started attending managing director Simon Dinnie’s outdoor functional fitness classes, soon taking a shine to the operation. “Jon’s a top-class PT and he puts a lot more thought into his sessions than your typical


trainer,” Dinnie told Health Club Management. Goddard, 31, began holding sessions at the


club in late January, before recently expanding his involvement and agreeing to help drive the fledgling club’s 2014 expansion through more diverse classes. Details: http://lei.sr?a=U4J5X


Watford girls’ grammar school upgrades gym gear


FullerLife Health & Fitness Centre, a community club run by Watford Grammar School for Girls, has been refurbished with a range of equipment from SportsArt Fitness. The FullerLife club is designed to provide a non-intimidating, friendly environment for


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school pupils and parents to train, featuring a fully-equipped gym, aerobics studio, swimming pool and sports hall. SportsArt oversaw the work by providing


design and gym layout options and suggesting gym equipment. Details: http://lei.sr?a=P5c3T


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We’re doing some amazing work behind the scenes. But don’t ask us - ask our satisfied customers. See www.legendware.co.uk/news


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