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Free ‘Spring into Fitness’ event in Brondesbury Park

PUBLISHED: 17:54 19 April 2017

A free Spring to Fitness event is taking place at the newly refurbished Nuffield Health Brondesbury Park Fitness & Wellbeing Gym

A free Spring to Fitness event is taking place at the newly refurbished Nuffield Health Brondesbury Park Fitness & Wellbeing Gym

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People living in Brondesbury Park are invited to attend a free ‘Spring into Fitness’ event to celebrate the opening of a refurbished gym.

The one day event at the Nuffield Health Brondesbury Park Fitness & Wellbeing Gym in Sidmouth Road on Saturday is open to both members and non-members who will be the first to trial new equipment.

Guests have the chance to tour the gym, try out touch screen treadmills and cross trainers trial group exercises or jump in the pool and follow it with a visit to the sauna.

They can also make the most of a free health check with a Nuffield Health employee with details of their blood pressure, BMI and hip to waist ratio and advice on ways to maintain or improve those results.

The gym is open from 8am-9pm on Saturday.

Visitors are asked to bring photo ID.

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