Magnum gym’s 24-hour access proves popular
Magnum Power Force Gym and Diet Centre now has 24-hour access availability and is offering a new weight loss patch to aide in weight reduction.
Last year the gym launched Les Mills virtual exercise classes, which consist of members following a programme without an actual trainer in the room.
Owner, Karen Hodgkins-Magnum said new classes are added monthly. “The virtual system has 600 classes and updates new classes every month. From all the Les Mills programme’s latest releases like Body Pump, Body flow, Body Combat, Grit, RPM cycling to Beach Body, Jillian Michaels, PX 90, 3D spin, yoga, barre, Pilates, Zumba, core classes, kettlebell classes and more,” Ms Hodgkins-Magnum said.
The virtual classes offers time flexibility and members are doing classes all day from 6am to 8pm. Magnum now has 24-hour key access and this was proving particularly popular with those in the service industry, and hospital, prison and police officers, Ms Hodgkins-Magnum said.
Heidi Oberholzer, a member of the gym, said: “What I love most about it is that I can walk in to the gym at any time of the day and do a virtual class, if nothing has been scheduled. Anything from a ten-minute abs class to a 45-minute spin class. You’re in a studio with world-class instructors.”
The gym’s diet centre and weight loss programme has taken off and is now offering weight control patches, which are claimed to suppress your appetite, boost metabolism and burn fat.
• For more information contact Magnum Power Force Gym and Diet Centre on 292-7007
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