Laura Trott Leisure Centre gets gym makeover

The Laura Trott Leisure Centre has recently undergone a significant transformation thanks to investment from Broxbourne Council.

The council partnered with Pulse Fitness to refurbish and upgrade the centre’s gym to incorporate the latest training trends and provide an aesthetic makeover. 

The gym has a new layout, which has been designed to maximise the available space over two storeys, and is now home to over 120 stations of Pulse Fitness cardio, strength, plate loaded, free weights and functional equipment including a dedicated area for an eGym circuit. A number of new and innovative items have been selected including ski ergs, curved treadmills, StepMills, Airbikes and a tank sled.

The equipment mix has been carefully curated to strike a balance between new fitness trends such as greater demand for resistance and functional training, and the traditionally popular cardio and circuit style equipment.

In line with demands, the free weights area has doubled in size, and the functional space is now three times bigger than before. The result is a much more user-friendly space for members to be able to set up their own circuits, and for the fitness team to run gym-based classes.

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