Following the opening of their Toowoomba gym earlier this month, Gold’s Gym opened their first South East Queensland based club in the former Target building at the Kippa-Ring shopping centre.
Golds Gym Australia COO Glen Farrow said he was delighted to launch the second Gold’s Gym in Queensland and enthused: “It’s a really exciting time for our gym, we are on a solid growth trajectory and believe the Moreton Bay area is an ideal location as it is primed for significant growth over the next few years.
“Kippa-Ring Mall is one of the most popular malls in the area and we are delighted to have secured 2,406 square meters of space to create a 24-hour health and wellness club. and 7 days a week, in accordance with the latest global Gold’s Gym brand guidelines.”
Farrow said that “our members will have access to German-designed Gym80 weight training equipment, the new Excite Live series of cardio equipment from Technogym in Italy as well as a specialist line of strength training equipment from American equipment giants. Fitness, Life Fitness.
“We will also have large group training rooms for a range of programs including spins as well as changing rooms with all modern amenities and a fully supervised crèche (reservations essential, additional fees apply) as well as a professional shop filled with Gold merchandise as well as nutrition and supplements.
“A full-service Raw Energy Cafe will also operate within the health club so members can stock up on food, coffee and smoothies before or after their workouts.”
Club manager Aubrey Sutherland said the gym would cater to the whole community no matter where they are on their fitness journey and added “if you are a dedicated athlete , we have top of the line equipment and trainers to help you improve your performance, those just starting out will also have access to all the equipment and facilities they need.
“We have created a club where members can treat it as a destination where they can exercise, socialize and build their own community.
“Working out is more than just a physical journey and at Gold’s Gym we all want to see people thrive and become better versions of themselves no matter where they are on their health and fitness journey. fitness.
“We create a culture of encouragement and growth and our highly trained staff really take the time to get to know our members to understand their health and wellness goals.”
Golds Gym’s current Australian locations include North Sydney, Miranda (NSW), Fyshwick (ACT), Fremantle, Kennedy Park, Mandurah, Port Kennedy, Rockingham (WA) and Toowoomba. New locations are currently being explored in Brisbane, the Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast.
For membership and more information visit www.goldsgym.com.au
Image: Glen Farrow, COO of Gold’s Gym Australia, and Aubrey Sutherland, Club Manager.
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