Sheffield’s most popular health and fitness membership scheme has appointed a new personal training manager.
Adam White has joined Fitness Unlimited and will be working to grow personal training in the city across a number of venues including Ponds Forge International Sports Centre, Hillsborough Leisure Centre, The English Institute of Sport Sheffield and Concord Sports Centre.
Adam, 29, from Beighton, Sheffield, brings a wealth of experience to the role having worked in the health and fitness industry for more than ten years.
Adam said: “I was lucky enough to be offered the opportunity to work for Fitness Unlimited. The role is an exciting and challenging position, and I’m looking forward to the fantastic opportunities this project will bring to our members’ health and wellbeing.”
Fitness Unlimited is part of the charity Sheffield City Trust (SCT), which provides facilities for sport and leisure activities for the benefit of Sheffield people.
As a not-for-profit organisation, all revenue generated is reinvested back into programmes and facilities in the city.
The scheme, which is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year, gives members unlimited access to gym, swimming, running and spa facilities at Concord Sports Centre, the English Institute of Sport Sheffield (EISS), Heeley Swimming Pool, Hillsborough Leisure Centre, Ponds Forge International Sports Centre and Springs Leisure Centre.
Peter Clark, corporate health and fitness manager at Fitness Unlimited, said: “We are delighted to have appointed Adam as our new personal training manager.
“He brings a wealth of industry experience and talent to the role, and he is committed to giving the people of Sheffield the opportunity to improve their health and wellbeing, which is what our organisation is all about.”
Fitness Unlimited currently has 18,000 members in Sheffield. Over the last decade and half it has invested more than £20 million in its fitness facilities, benefitting almost 30 per cent of the Sheffield population.