Fitness4Less now open!

Celebrity Footballer, Paul Robinson, Opens New Fitness4Less Worcester Gym 

On Monday 25th September at 3pm, Birmingham City Football Club’s Team Captain, Paul Robinson, was warmly welcomed as he officially launched the latest addition to Worcester’s newly developed Cathedral Square, the brand new and much-anticipated Fitness4Less Gym.

Among other things, the gym features over 250 pieces of professional fitness equipment, a Prowler running track, three different studio spaces, including a dedicated spin studio with stationary bikes, a stunning 15m swimming pool with atmospheric blue lighting, a spacious sauna and steam room, and a Ladies Only gym for women that would prefer a little more privacy when exercising. Membership also includes a huge range of classes from Apex to Zumba and beyond, and a free half-hour taster session with one of the club’s in-house personal trainers.

This week, all members who have joined in advance, plus any newcomers will be able to use all the gym’s facilities. Entry to the gym is via a low-resolution biometric fingerprint recognition system, doing away with the need to carry a membership card, and some of the first “soft opening” week will be taken up with registering fingerprints and gym inductions. Staff will be available at all times to answer questions.

The award-winning Fitness4Less chain started in 2007, pioneering a web-based, high-tech low fee system, to offer exceptional facilities to its members at a modest price, and now operates twelve gyms around the country. The Worcester gym is one of three franchise clubs owned by Stuart Rosenberg, who also runs two successful Fitness4Less clubs in London. He says, “My enthusiastic team, headed by my experienced Manager, Arran Arogundade, is very excited to be launching this new gym in Worcester’s vibrant city centre. We hope it will be an asset to the community and spread the message is that fitness should be available to everyone, regardless of their age, income or physical ability.”