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US-based health club franchise Snap Fitness is set to open Market Harborough’s first 27/access club on 5 July.

The new facility will be the third Snap Fitness in the UK and the first in the Midlands.

Located at Rockingham Road, opposite Welland Valley Feeds, the new gym will house a range of cardiovascular and strength equipment from manufacturer CYBEX International, private changing rooms and free onsite parking.

Members will also benefit from Fitness on Demand, a group fitness programme that allows users to participate in a variety of classes and workout programmes at a time to suit them.

Each member will also receive one free personal training session and access to www.mysnapfitness.com, which provides health and wellness tools including online workout tutorials and meal plans.

The new owner, Ash Pattani said: “What really sets us apart from our competitors is the assurance of the same great workout experience as other gym chains but at a very affordable price, and with 24/7 access, members are provided with maximum flexibility to train at their own convenience and at no extra cost.

“We also offer a 30 day money-back guarantee so members can try out the facilities safe in the knowledge that they aren’t tied into a long term contract.”

The Market Harborough site will join an international franchise network of almost 1400 fitness clubs worldwide, which offer 24/7 access.

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US-based health club franchise Snap Fitness is set to open Market Harborough’s first 27/access club on 5 July.
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