Budget gym operator Xercise4Less is putting the finishing touches to its brand new Bradford club when it open its doors on August 28.
The club, which boasts the largest female only area across the Group, brings Xercise4Less’s total investment across West Yorkshire to £6million. The business also operate clubs in Leeds, Doncaster, Wakefield, Castleford and Rotherham.
New club manager Henry Bradley said: “With only a few weeks to go until launch day, we’re getting everything ready for us to make a real success of Xercise4Less in Bradford. The Group already has a fantastic reputation across Yorkshire and Bradford will simply add to this.
“The people of Bradford have been crying out for affordable fitness for a long time and it will be a great pleasure to finally bring this to them in just over 2 weeks’ time.”
The 24-year-old, who has over five years’ experience in the fitness industry, has a clear vision of what he wants to achieve for the club.
He added: “I of course want to make Bradford a roaring success, but also make sure that we have a great vibe and that our customers are happy and want to keep coming back.”
Jon Wright, Xercise4Less chief executive officer, said: “Henry and the team have done a fantastic job over the last few months and I have no doubt that they will make Bradford just as successful as its Yorkshire counterparts.”
The Preston Street club will boast a number of trademark fitness zones including cardio, free weights, combat and a ladies only area, plus a large fitness studio that will feature over 40 free classes per week.
Regarded as “the people’s gym”, Xercise4Less now boasts 29 clubs across the UK with 225,000 members and is set to launch up to 30 more clubs by the end of the year. The chain operates across the UK in regions including the North East, Yorkshire, North West and the Midlands.