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Nuffield Health showcases £1.9m refurb at flagship London gym

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Nuffield Health has cut the ribbon on its newly-refurbished London City flagship gym, following a £1.9m redevelopment of the 80,000sq ft (7,432sq m) facility.

Former Olympic and World Kayak Champion Anna Hemmings was on hand last week to relaunch the site, which now features an Athletic Zone boasting plyometric training equipment, as well as a purpose built Wattbike Performance Zone with interactive screens. The gym floor refurbishment included an upgrade to existing equipment, coming in the form of new Life Fitness cardio and Insignia Series resistance equipment.

The new-look gym – which took nearly three months to complete – will operate in harmony with the in-house medical centre which provides health assessments, physiotherapy and full GP services. Other sessions on offer include running gait analysis, body fat analysis and posture analysis.

“We listen to our members, which is why we have heavily invested in our equipment, changing rooms and training space,” said Nuffield Health City Gym general manager Adam Hanover.

“We will also continue to deliver our excellent medical services including health assessments, physiotherapy sessions and GP appointments within 24 hours.”

Nuffield Health has outlined plans to expand its presence in the capital, with deputy chief executive KP Doyle telling Health Club Management that the recent acquisition of nine Virgin Active health clubs is likely to be followed by several more in future – with a particular focus on London.

An exclusive interview with Dr Andrew Jones on Nuffield’s expansion plans can be read in the May edition of Health Club Management magazine, pp. 34-38.

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Nuffield Health has cut the ribbon on its newly-refurbished London City flagship gym, following a £1.9m redevelopment of the 80,000sq ft (7,432sq m) facility.
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