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Fitlife Gym 'Early Bird' Joining Page

Health & Fitness fans will have been watching with interest as the former Health Centre building next to the library on Banks Park undergoes renovation and refurbishment to re-emerge as a state-of-the-art gym.

Owner of the new Fitlife Gym is Steven Gregory — a former professional footballer, having played at senior levels for clubs such as Wycombe Wanderers, AFC Wimbledon, Bournemouth and Gillingham. So he knows a great deal about physical fitness.

The new gym is nearing completion, and the doors will open for business on Monday 5th September.

So, now's the time to consider taking advantage of early membership deals!

The Fitlife pre-sale launches on Monday 25th July, when the first 100 members to sign up for the full membership (usually £49 per month) will receive a discount offer of £39 per month for 3 months.

The sign up is an online process, via the membership page on the Fitlife website.
Here's the link

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