Get fit for less at Manchester’s newest gym – opening in Piccadilly

Get fit for less at Manchester's newest gym - opening in Piccadilly I Love Manchester
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Fit4Less, Manchester’s newest gym, offers a fun and friendly environment for people to achieve their fitness goals, whatever they might be.  Opening in early March, you can sign up now with no joining fee, contract free for an amazing £14.99 a month, paying nothing until the club opens.

The new 5250sq ft gym is the latest addition to the award-winning Health Club Operator of the Year 2016 energie Group’s portfolio. It offers all the essentials and more to help you along the way with state-of-the-art Precor cardio, resistance and plate loaded equipment to help you get your sweat on, and large free weights and functional zones will get you pumping plus the latest from Wattbike and a dedicated spin studio running daily high octane classes.

Just because it’s value doesn’t mean they’re cutting corners.  You’ll be greeted by actual people, professional fitness staff will be on hand to offer advice, and there will always be someone on the floor.  Personal training is also available for anyone needing a kick start or help getting to a specific goal.

“We’re a really affordable gym,” says owner Karan Vij. “We don’t like the term cheap because the gym itself is absolute top quality.

“There may no sauna, steam room or swimming pool, but we’ve got all the equipment and offer classes – all included in the membership – that you see elsewhere, as well as some amazing new bits of kit.”

The gym will be open daily from 6.30am to 10.30pm Monday to Friday and 8.30am to 9.30pm Saturday and Sunday.

The marketing suite is open for new members to sign up from Monday-Friday 7am-7pm, and 10am-2pm on Saturdays. You can also join online here.

Fit4Less, 77 Piccadilly, Manchester M1 2BU

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