An Australian-owned fitness chain is opening a branch in Bristol. F45 Training, which has more than 1,200 venues across Asia, the Middle East, North America and Europe, is opening on All Saints’ Street near Bristol’s shopping quarter in January.
The idea is for people to take part in team-based fitness, with the workout franchise offering 27 different 45-minute workouts at its studios.
The company’s website states: “F45 Training workouts are designed to unify the muscle groups of the body and to make you look, move and perform better in all aspects of your life.
“The F45 training co-CEOs struck out to do the impossible: create a group-training facility that featured the most dynamic and effective training styles to date.”
Each franchise has televisions mounted on the wall of the studios, providing diagrams of each daily workout.
And F45 claims that its database of 3,000 exercises means members never get the same workout twice.
The chain is offering a free seven-day trial to people who sign up in Bristol.
Chris O’Mahony, retail and leisure director at Savills in Bristol, which represented F45, said: “We are pleased to have secured the first sites for F45 in the region.
“Both locations are within strong cities and benefit from prominent city centre locations with strong catchments of both residents and the professional population.”
The company was founded in 2012 and now has 100,000 members worldwide.
The company is also opening a branch in Bath before the end of 2018.
Source: Bristol Post