Take control of your exercise and your life, stop making excuses and start making progress. Just 30 minutes a day is enough to make you a success story.
Exercise can help you live longer, can help lower blood pressure and cholesterol, fights fat, helps you feel and look better, and protects against arthritis, Parkinson’s, diabetes, cancer, obesity, and heart disease. Its helps you cope with stress, improves your mood and your mind. Find your inner champion and fast track your progress with Fitness 2000, which has professionally designed training programmes, specially tailored to help you be your personal best.
Fitness 2000 strives to provide a non-intimidating, friendly and approachable atmosphere. The misconception that you can only join a gym if you are fit, lean, and look good in spandex couldn‘t be further from the truth — fitness is for everyone. Fitness 2000 gives its members one on one attention, to ensure everyone feels confident doing their workouts. The club provides for a variety of training goals including weight loss, toning, rehabilitation, body building, and sport specific. Choose from top of the range cardio and resistance equipment as well as a large free weights section, boxercise, Pilates, and body conditioning. On joining you can avail of a full fitness assessment with plenty of exercise tips and dietary advice. The club changes programmes regularly and adds lots of new techniques and variety so that you stay making progress and don’t get bored.
Shapes for Women is the club’s women only workout section, offering 30 minutes’ circuit training which fits into even the busiest lifestyle. It includes aerobic and toning exercises and is a definite favourite with women as it is fast, fun, and works. Shapes classes are offered free of charge on joining. After your stress busting workout you can take a power shower, relax in the sauna, and revive your body.
Fitness 200 offers easy payment options, direct debit, student rates, group discounts, long opening hours, and free parking. It is conveniently located on the Bullaun road, just 600 metres off the Loughrea bypass.