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Balbirnie Gym in Fife, Scotland, completes redevelopment

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The phased redevelopment of Fife club, Balbirnie Fitness Centre, is now complete offering members a better service than ever.

An extension has been added at basement level, adding 20 per cent more floor space and creating a three room strength and conditioning suite, with new equipment, freeweights, benches and Icarian strength items. There is also a bespoke heavy lifting area.

The original external wall of the building – a former woollen mill – has been exposed to show the sandstone, whinstone and red brick.

The first floor has a cardio arena, resistance equipment and a functional suite.

Jez Whitling, sales director at Precor, which supplied the gym, says: “Balbirnie Fitnes Centre has successfully managed to evolve with the times. The development of its CV area and the more recent refurbishment of the strength zones now offer its diverse members an enhanced and extensive training facility which caters for all.”

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The phased redevelopment of Fife club, Balbirnie Fitness Centre, is now complete offering members a better service than ever.
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