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Supplier showcase: Pulse Fitness: Getting a revamp

Pulse Fitness is supporting community activity with the Teme Leisure partnership

Published in Health Club Management 2022 issue 7

Earlier this year, Pulse Fitness began working with Teme Leisure to re-equip and redesign its South Shropshire and Cleobury leisure centres. The much-welcomed £400k renovation replaced decade-old facilities and provided members with a refreshed, motivating space in which to workout.

Community focus
The brief was firmly focused on creating a welcoming space for all members of the community to enjoy, reflecting Teme Leisure’s sustained commitment to supporting active, healthy lifestyles in the local area.

Pulse’s 40 years of industry expertise, teamed with its market-leading, high-quality equipment, ensured the brief was delivered to a high standard and by 27 May, both the South Shropshire and Cleobury Teme Leisure sites were reopened to the public with upgraded facilities and interiors.

Transformation
Members of both sites are now able to enjoy new and advanced gym equipment from Pulse’s range of Premium Cardio and Strength lines, as well as a variety of strength and conditioning, free weights and functional training kit.

Alongside the new equipment, customers at both Teme Leisure centres can benefit from the introduction of Trakk, the fitness content and tracking app from Pulse. Trakk allows members to create their own workouts, tap into readymade training plans and allow PTs to digitally connect with members.

While members can log and monitor their personal fitness journeys, Teme Leisure staff can set personalised plans and programmes for their clients, as well as share automated messages with the member base.

Lee Hassan, GM at Teme Leisure said: “We selected Pulse Fitness to re-equip our fitness facilities, as we were impressed by the high quality, durable equipment and Trakk, its connected eco-system.

“Now many members are in a flexible routine, we’re pleased to offer a connected platform that enables them to monitor their fitness both in and outside the gym, while remaining connected to our trainers.”

www.pulsefitness.com

"We were thoroughly impressed by the high-quality and durable equipment from Pulse Fitness," – Lee Hassan, Teme Leisure

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Published in Health Club Management 2022 issue 7

Earlier this year, Pulse Fitness began working with Teme Leisure to re-equip and redesign its South Shropshire and Cleobury leisure centres. The much-welcomed £400k renovation replaced decade-old facilities and provided members with a refreshed, motivating space in which to workout.

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The brief was firmly focused on creating a welcoming space for all members of the community to enjoy, reflecting Teme Leisure’s sustained commitment to supporting active, healthy lifestyles in the local area.

Pulse’s 40 years of industry expertise, teamed with its market-leading, high-quality equipment, ensured the brief was delivered to a high standard and by 27 May, both the South Shropshire and Cleobury Teme Leisure sites were reopened to the public with upgraded facilities and interiors.

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Members of both sites are now able to enjoy new and advanced gym equipment from Pulse’s range of Premium Cardio and Strength lines, as well as a variety of strength and conditioning, free weights and functional training kit.

Alongside the new equipment, customers at both Teme Leisure centres can benefit from the introduction of Trakk, the fitness content and tracking app from Pulse. Trakk allows members to create their own workouts, tap into readymade training plans and allow PTs to digitally connect with members.

While members can log and monitor their personal fitness journeys, Teme Leisure staff can set personalised plans and programmes for their clients, as well as share automated messages with the member base.

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"We were thoroughly impressed by the high-quality and durable equipment from Pulse Fitness," – Lee Hassan, Teme Leisure

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