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Fit4less, the low cost fitness franchise owned by the énergie Group, remains 'on course' to operate 27 gyms by the end of the year after the opening of its latest site in south London.

The 6,500sq ft (604sq m) club in Bromley is the chain's 17th across the UK and includes a cardio theatre and a free weights area, with its equipment supplied by Precor.

It is the second franchise unveiled by owner Tom Burke, who previously opened a Fit4less club in Milton Keynes and attracted more than 1,000 pre-sales for the latest facility.

énergie Group is planning to operate 45 Fit4less-branded gyms by the end of next year and already has sites across the UK, including a commercial venture with a college in Stevenage.

Sat Manku, manager of Fit4less Bromley, said: "We are situated in a prime town centre location and can offer customers everything they need for a fraction of the cost of a traditional gym membership."

Burke added: "I opened Fit4less, Milton Keynes in 2011 and after the untold success of the club, Bromley was an obvious choice for me."

Other new Fit4less gyms set to open in the coming months include Bracknell, Maidstone, Northampton, Wembley and Portsmouth.


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Fit4less, the low cost fitness franchise owned by the énergie Group, remains 'on course' to operate 27 gyms by the end of the year after the opening of its latest site in south London.


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