Lancaster City Council has introduced great value personal fitness training for customers of Salt Ayre Sports Centre in Lancaster. From just £5 per session, the new service is available to anyone who is keen to get 1-2-1 support and advice on how to lose weight, tone up or build up endurance or fitness levels.
The sessions will also be useful for people who are training for fitness challenges at the centre this summer including the Lancaster 3 Bridges 10k run (28 April), Swimathon (28 April), Lancaster Marathon (30 June) or the Try Together Triathlon (7 July).
The personal training will make use all the centre’s facilities including the athletics track, synthetic pitch, cycle track, gym and cross-training suite.
Chris Nardone, personal trainer and fitness instructor at Salt Ayre, said: “Our new personal training service is a great way to get the support and encouragement you need to reach your fitness goals and it won’t cost you the earth.
“For many people, having a personal trainer is an expensive luxury but we wanted to make sure our sessions were affordable for all. The sessions use a whole range of fitness equipment and the many facilities around the sports centre. Sessions will be tailor made to suit everyone’s needs and fitness levels.”
Personal fitness training at Salt Ayre Sports Centre is available for booking from Monday 18 March and costs £5 for existing gym members for a 55 minute session and just £10 for non-members. Sessions can be made available for two people for those who want to work out with a friend.
Adult gym membership is £34 a month or for those aged 55+ it is £22 a month.
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or to book a place please call Salt Ayre on 01524 847540.